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Call for Proposals: Focus on People and Performance: Beyond Training to Organization Results

Call for Proposals: Focus on People and Performance: Beyond Training to Organization Results

The International Society for Performance Improvement Europe/EMEA (ISPI-Europe, Middle East, Africa) invites you to submit a proposal for a unique conference, a highly interactive event with a track record of high value, and open exchange of knowledge, experience and innovative ideas in the field of human and organizational performance.

Warsaw Conference Update: A Unique Conference Experience not to be Missed

Warsaw Conference Update: A Unique Conference Experience not to be Missed

This will be the final update on the Warsaw conference, which will take place at the end of this month, September 25-27! We hope that you are already planning to join us.

Cultivating a Culture of Performance Improvement: Agile Response and Tangible Results @WorkerWorkWorkplaceWorld

Cultivating a Culture of Performance Improvement: Agile Response and Tangible Results @WorkerWorkWorkplaceWorld

Only you can contribute your unique perspective! At ISPI Europe/EMEA, we believe that a conference is more than its programs and presenters. Our conference participants are every bit as much a part of the total learning experience as our fabulous presenters. Our conferences are compelling because of their innovative, active-interactive format.

ISPI Recognizes Remarkable Members with Honorary Awards

ISPI Recognizes Remarkable Members with Honorary Awards

This year, the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) bestowed three special honorary awards that recognize outstanding individuals for their significant contributions to human performance technology (HPT) and to the Society itself. These awards include the Honorary Life Member Award, Thomas F. Gilbert Distinguished Professional Achievement Award, Distinguished Service Award, and the Geary Rummler Award for the Advancement of Performance Improvement.

ISPI EMEA–2013 Tbilisi Conference Follow-up

ISPI EMEA–2013 Tbilisi Conference Follow-up

ISPI EMEA conferences are unique learning and sharing events, and the 2013 conference in Tbilisi was no exception. Ask anyone who participated! In the meantime, we invite you to read the 2013 Tbilisi Conference Feedback Report by clicking on the following link. The report summarizes the feedback we received from participants in several ways, along with a few candid photos taken over the course of the three days from September 26-28, 2013.