ISPI is proud to announce the Geary Rummler Award for the Advancement of Performance Improvement. The Rummler Award recognizes individuals or organizations that espouse Geary’s performance improvement work ethic with demonstrated result.
Help us raise the profile of Performance Improvement. Tell us your Performance Improvement Success Stories by entering ISPI’s new video contest! Pick your best or most memorable story and shoot a 2-5 minute video that gives concrete examples about what success in the workplace is all about.
Each year, ISPI presents three special honorary awards that recognize outstanding individuals and organizations for their significant contributions to Human Performance Technology and to the Society itself. The awards are the Thomas F. Gilbert Distinguished Professional Achievement Award, the Distinguished Service Award, and the Honorary Life Member Award.
Congratulations to James B. Ellsworth, CPT, PhD of the US Naval War College, winner of the August Share the Gift of ISPI Member-Get-A-Member monthly prize drawing.
It is time once again for you, the ISPI membership, to determine the future direction of ISPI by nominating those members who you feel have the qualifications, experiences, and vision to lead our Society.
In today’s business scenario tectonic shifts are taking place at lightning speed. The benchmarks of performance excellence are continually moving and the competition is getting increasingly fierce. It is clearly the age of globalization where every business is becoming a global business irrespective of the territories one operates in.
Are you an amateur filmmaker or a smartphone enthusiast? Have a creative flair? Or maybe you just have a webcam and know how to use it. Then listen up, because this competition is for you! Starting August 1, ISPI is launching a new video contest, PI Success Stories. Help us share the achievements, challenges, and our passion for results by showing others what we do best!
Congratulations to Karen J. Merry of British Petroleum, winner of July’s Share the Gift of ISPI Member-Get-A-Member drawing. Karen won a free registration to the CPT preparation webinar hosted by Judy Hale, CPT, PhD, on July 31.
For years, employers and clients have been asking for standards and criteria to help them distinguish practitioners who have proven they can produce results through a systematic process. Until the development of the CPT designation, anyone could claim that he or she was a professional in performance improvement and training.
One thing is certain in these uncertain times–performance technology works! Join the thousands of past participants from around the world who have adopted this proven and systematic approach to performance improvement. For more than 10 years, this intensive, highly interactive three-day program has delivered the tools and best practices necessary to achieve measurable evidence-based results. We will give you tips, tools, and techniques to diagnose and prescribe performance improvement programs in the business environment and improve performance that focuses on the workers (people), the work (process), and the workplace (enterprise).