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I am proud to announce a yearlong effort to create the ISPI Speakers Bureau is now ready for speakers and chapters to get connected. The vision for the ISPI Speakers Bureau started at the Reno conference in 2013.
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.
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.
Take a look at this issue–it is filled with learning materials, tools, models, visuals, tips, tricks, and reviews that will keep you striving for excellence. Below you will find the titles, authors, and abstracts in the current issue of PIJ available for download via the Wiley Online Library.
Congratulations to Tim Brock, PhD! Tim will serve as our next chair starting in May. Tim is a founding board member and president for the Central Florida Chapter. Tim and the Central Florida Board have been successful at building a well-respected chapter in the Orlando area. Congratulations again!
At THE Performance Improvement Conference, about 30 chapter leaders met to learn, network, and find out about chapter news. James Craumer facilitated the workshop with Dick Handshaw, 2011-12 CPC Chair, and Rose Noxon, 2011-12 CPC Deputy Chair.
This concept is simple to understand but difficult to practice (what some might label as “common sense” but “not commonly practiced”). During the past few years, I have observed clients, performance-consulting managers, and practitioners oversimplify performance needs and inappropriately conclude identified problems to be only gaps in performer skills. Sadly, I have done this as well in my career and can understand how professionals can make these diagnostic mistakes.