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The Performance Improvement Conference–Presidential Write Up

The Performance Improvement Conference–Presidential Write Up

ISPI is an organization that thrives on the inputs of members; that is, ISPI is our members! Through a variety of useful products and services, we continue to grow the body of knowledge of performance improvement and how to translate from research to practice. I want our members across the globe to know that our annual conference is an energizing catalyst where we have the opportunity to meet other like-minded professionals in person.

First-Time Attendee at THE Performance Improvement Conference

First-Time Attendee at THE Performance Improvement Conference

Sometimes as a first-time attendee to a conference, you may feel a little awkward and slightly out of place. However, the format, size, and genuinely welcoming atmosphere of the conference made it a lot less intimidating to make connections.

2014 Ready Set Mentor!

2014 Ready Set Mentor!

What an awesome event. I had the opportunity to be the program manager and facilitator for the SpeedMentoring program. The energy and enthusiasm in the room was a testament to the program. Mentoring is so very important to the emerging professionals coming into our field. Being able to give them an opportunity to find a mentor, to feel welcomed, to feel accepted, and have future discussions with those in our field is a differentiator of ISPI. Well, what other organization does that?

Journal of a Director at ISPI’s THE Performance Improvement Conference 2014

Journal of a Director at ISPI’s THE Performance Improvement Conference 2014

Last month, I traveled with three of my colleagues to sunny Indianapolis for six days of learning at ISPI’s 2014 conference. The conference opened to the general members on Monday; however, we were busy all weekend! Becky Holden attended the CPT workshop, Lisa Lange went to the Principles and Practices of Performance Improvement workshop, and I delivered a Fundamentals of Performance presentation for ISPI leaders to get the word out about performance technology.

Is Agile Compatible with Human Performance Technology (HPT)?

Is Agile Compatible with Human Performance Technology (HPT)?

At THE Performance Improvement Conference 2014 in Indianapolis, I want to work with you to answer the question: Is agile compatible with human performance technology (HPT)? This is a preview of my 75-minute Educational Session. As a Certified Performance Technologist (CPT) working at a technology company developing its software in an agile fashion, I have spent a lot of time considering the compatibility of the two approaches.

6th Annual SpeedMentoring – Update

6th Annual SpeedMentoring – Update

“Speed Mentoring” is a fast-paced and fun event intended to link emerging professionals with seasoned HPT experts. During each round, Mentees will have 15 minutes to introduce themselves and to identify their key interests.

Register for a Workshop & Take Advantage of Your Time In Indy

Register for a Workshop & Take Advantage of Your Time In Indy

ISPI has a stellar line up of workshops being offered April 11-13, 2013, in Indianapolis, Indiana, at THE Performance Improvement Conference. As you know, our circle of performance improvement professionals have a lot to offer to those in the field. This is your opportunity to enhance your knowledge and enjoy a day or two of learning and networking with some of the best and brightest in the profession.

Top 10 Great Things To Do (and then some) in Indianapolis!

Top 10 Great Things To Do (and then some) in Indianapolis!

ISPI’s Conference Enjoy Chair, Ellen Schmidt, CPT, reached out to several ISPI members who live and work in the Indianapolis area. Here is their combined top 10 list and then some of great thing to do in Indianapolis along with some links to various websites.

Outstanding Interventions Honored with 2014 Award of Excellence

Outstanding Interventions Honored with 2014 Award of Excellence

For over 40 years, ISPI’s Awards of Excellence program has celebrated the people, products, innovations, and organizations that represent excellence in the field of human performance technology on an annual basis. In the category of Outstanding Human Performance Interventions, eight interventions were selected for the prestigious award, which required meticulous documentation of how an intervention meets the 10 Performance Improvement Standards, proven success and improvement under real-world conditions, and a peer review.

Why Attend THE Performance Improvement Conference?

Why Attend THE Performance Improvement Conference?

Eileen Banchoff wrote a great article last month about attending the conference in which she touched on some excellent points; you should check it out if you have not read it already. These articles come across my desk first, and this is one article I was super-excited to share. Had Eileen not sat through that “one more” educational session and received the Kicks and Whacks she spoke of, then she would still be on the same path and not seen things from a different perspective.

The ISPI Conference: A First-Timer’s Perspective

The ISPI Conference: A First-Timer’s Perspective

If you have not been to one of the annual International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) conferences, then you do not know what you are missing. This past April, I attended my first ISPI conference in Reno, NV, and discovered the great potential for networking connections and learning. As a university student volunteer, I received the unique and wonderful opportunity to be part of the conference at a young age.

THE Performance Improvement Conference 2014, in Indianapolis, Indiana

THE Performance Improvement Conference 2014, in Indianapolis, Indiana

The Westin Indianapolis, located at 50 South Capital Ave. in Indianapolis, Indiana, is located downtown with access to great local attractions. The Westin is a Green Choice hotel offering a $5 voucher at participating food and beverage outlets or $500 Starpoints rewarded at check-out for each night you decline housekeeping. Make sure to participate in this event by telling the front desk at check-in or look for the door-hanger in your room.