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The International Society for Performance Improvement is offering two amazing workshops this year, the Certified Performance Technologist (CPT) and Principles & Practices t Atlanta, Georgia and Chicago, Illinois! As you know, our members have a lot to offer to the field of performance improvement. This is your opportunity to enhance your knowledge and enjoy two and three days of learning and networking with some of the best and brightest in our profession.
ISPI and Kirkpatrick Partners have teamed up to provide ISPI members a 20% discount on selected Kirkpatrick certificate and certification programs.
When I was approached to write articles about ISPI Collaborate, I was very excited. I admit, my writing is a bit rusty, but I figured I had majored in journalism, so I might as well put it to the test. After my initial excitement wore off, the fear crept in. What am I going to write about? Can I do it justice? As I began my journey, I tried navigating ISPI Collaborate like a ghost because I did not want to interfere with those using the platform. I looked in on everything, but never engaged.
The CSC is a friendly and competitive learning opportunity for students to apply the skills they are learning in their graduate programs in a simulated, yet authentic, performance improvement scenario. During the competition, student teams work through a consulting case and receive valuable feedback from experts in the field. This year’s participating teams are from University of New Mexico and Concordia University.
An Investigation of the Development of Expertise: The Personality Traits of Human Performance Improvement Experts, as Measured by the Neuroticism, Extraversion, and Openness (NEO) Personality Inventory-Revised (NEO PI-R)
The research topic was the role of normal human personality traits in the development of expertise in the profession of human performance improvement. The research focused on human performance improvement experts, called Certified Performance Technologists (CPTs).
In the fall of 2011, Bill Stetar, CPT, and David Tiller initiated a survey to determine interest for forming a Tennessee Chapter. As a result, a core group of volunteers met via web-conferencing to discuss potential programs and a strategy for developing the chapter.
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.
By Maurie Coleman ISPI is about to launch a Validation Study of the 10 Standards that form the basis of the CPT designation. Ten years ago, we initiated the CPT with 10 standards of Performance Improvement as the base for individuals to document that the work they do makes a difference in the workplace. It [...]