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ISPI Announces: Principles and Practices of Performance Improvement Institute

ISPI Announces: Principles and Practices of Performance Improvement Institute

November 16-18, 2015 Facilitated by: Roger Addison, CPT, EdD Hosted by: World Learning, 1015 15th St., NW, 7th Floor, Washington, DC 20005 Registration: ISPI member rate: $1,299 | Non-member rate: $1,499 Add value and make a difference in the business of your organization. Learn and apply a systematic approach to identify and analyze performance improvement opportunities that impact […]

From the Board: Awards of Excellence–A Pathway to a Performance Improvement Culture

From the Board: Awards of Excellence–A Pathway to a Performance Improvement Culture

The awards season is upon us…no, not the Emmys or Grammys or Oscars…I am talking about our own ISPI Awards of Excellence. The Awards are a hidden gem for you as a practitioner, your work team, and your organization.

Four Levels of Evaluation Programs: Receive a 20% Discount

Four Levels of Evaluation Programs: Receive a 20% Discount

The Kirkpatrick Model comprises the foremost evaluation methodology in the world. In these courses you will learn directly from the Kirkpatricks the true and correct model and how to apply it to maximize the business results from your training initiatives. Of urgent importance to ISPI members is the emphasis of aligning and leveraging performance (Level 3) and mission accomplishment (Level 4).

Marketing CPT: An Indirect, Macro-level Approach

Marketing CPT: An Indirect, Macro-level Approach

Marketing the Certified Performance Technologist (CPT) program is necessary for sustaining the ISPI CPT program, and CPT practitioners need to do their part. At the micro-level, CPT practitioners market the program by displaying the CPT credentials after their name, informally discussing the program with clients, and promoting CPT within their own organizations.

Four Levels of Evaluation Programs: Receive a 20% Discount

Four Levels of Evaluation Programs: Receive a 20% Discount

The Kirkpatrick Model comprises the foremost evaluation methodology in the world. In these courses you will learn directly from the Kirkpatricks the true and correct model and how to apply it to maximize the business results from your training initiatives. Of urgent importance to ISPI members is the emphasis of aligning and leveraging performance (Level 3) and mission accomplishment (Level 4).

Knowledge Worker: Seven Skills of Knowledge Work

Knowledge Worker: Seven Skills of Knowledge Work

From time to time I come across really useful notions related to knowledge work and knowledge workers. Recently, I came across a blog post by Joel Gardner, CPT, PhD, that speaks to seven general skills required for success in the knowledge society.

ISPI’s YouTube: Carol Haig, CPT

ISPI’s YouTube: Carol Haig, CPT

If you only use YouTube for looking up cute cat videos or commercials from the Super Bowl, then you have not been using it to its full potential! ISPI has been working to beef up our presence on YouTube and build a valuable open resource.

From the Board: A Glimpse into Our Future

From the Board: A Glimpse into Our Future

The new Board had its first meeting just after the conference in San Antonio, April 30 to May 1. To continue the strategy development process that began in November 2014, we took two days to consolidate all the input and feedback we collected during the conference.

ISPI’s CPT-Only Meeting–Good Times, Good Learning, Good Crowd!

ISPI’s CPT-Only Meeting–Good Times, Good Learning, Good Crowd!

During the CPT-only meeting held during this year’s ISPI conference, an interactive two-hour program featured veteran CPTs sharing their wisdom and experience about how to market the value of the CPT credential to business partners and client organizations.

Chapter Corner: Chapters Update

Chapter Corner: Chapters Update

I am proud to be chairing the Chapter Partnership Committee (CPC) for the next year. I cannot be more excited to lead this committee. There has been a lot of momentum from previous committee leaders in whose path I am fortunate to follow.

HPT Research Fit–June 2015

HPT Research Fit–June 2015

By Christiana Houck, PhD Reflecting on THE Performance Improvement Conference…I am doing it. Are you? Per Google, there are upwards of 110,000,000 web pages that discuss the importance of reflection in learning (looked up on May 2, 2015). These pages are both scholarly references and common sense. I hope you took the time in the […]

Four Levels of Evaluation Programs: Receive a 20% Discount

Four Levels of Evaluation Programs: Receive a 20% Discount

The Kirkpatrick Model comprises the foremost evaluation methodology in the world. In these courses you will learn directly from the Kirkpatricks the true and correct model and how to apply it to maximize the business results from your training initiatives. Of urgent importance to ISPI members is the emphasis of aligning and leveraging performance (Level 3) and mission accomplishment (Level 4).

An Experience at THE Performance Improvement Conference 2015

An Experience at THE Performance Improvement Conference 2015

Bridging Our Past & Future was the theme for the 2015 International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) Conference in San Antonio and quite appropriate for my first ISPI conference.

Spotlight on a CPT: Belia Nel, CPT

Spotlight on a CPT: Belia Nel, CPT

Beginning this month, ISPI is “shining the spotlight” on one of our members who has earned his or her Certified Performance Technologist (CPT) certification. This certification requires clear and complete documentation of three human performance technology (HPT) projects within a 10-year time frame, signed attestations from the individuals who are familiar with the work, and payment of a fee.

Four Levels of Evaluation Programs: Receive a 20% Discount

Four Levels of Evaluation Programs: Receive a 20% Discount

The Kirkpatrick Model comprises the foremost evaluation methodology in the world. In these courses you will learn directly from the Kirkpatricks the true and correct model and how to apply it to maximize the business results from your training initiatives. Of urgent importance to ISPI members is the emphasis of aligning and leveraging performance (Level 3) and mission accomplishment (Level 4).

Make Your Plans Now and Join Us at THE Performance Improvement Conference!

Make Your Plans Now and Join Us at THE Performance Improvement Conference!

As the 2015 Conference chair for THE Performance Improvement Conference, I would like to take this opportunity to invite you to our Conference taking place in San Antonio, Texas, from April 24-29, 2015.

Attend the P&P Institute and the CPT Workshop at THE Performance Improvement Conference

Attend the P&P Institute and the CPT Workshop at THE Performance Improvement Conference

The workplace, how we communicate with one another, and what we know about learning are changing and evolving all the time. Performance improvement professionals are known for their commitment to staying abreast of all the latest developments. Take advantage of ISPI’s upcoming Principles and Practices Institute and the CPT Certification Workshop at THE Performance Improvement Conference 2015.

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.

Wanna Swim With the Sharks? Calling All CPTs for a “Shark Tank” Extravaganza!

Wanna Swim With the Sharks? Calling All CPTs for a “Shark Tank” Extravaganza!

CPT volunteers are needed for a “SHARK TANK” style presenting opportunity at the 2015 CPT Meeting at THE Performance Improvement Conference in San Antonio.

ISPI and the CPT–A Professional Duo

ISPI and the CPT–A Professional Duo

ISPI has been an important part of my professional life for many years–even before the introduction of the CPT credential in 2003. Once it became the formal acknowledgement that human performance technology (HPT) is an evidence-based approach to solving organizational problems, the credential became a valued addition to my resume.