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The Value of ISPI Chapters by ISPI Future, Current, and Past Presidents

The Value of ISPI Chapters by ISPI Future, Current, and Past Presidents

Since 2011, I have asked chapter leaders to share their stories, techniques, and experiences in the “Chapter Corner.” To end the year, I wanted to give voice to a different group: ISPI presidents. I asked several to explain in their own words the value of ISPI chapters. Here are their responses listed in no particular order. However, I do note that Mary Ellen, our current ISPI President, has the concluding words.

New SkillCast Season Announced!

New SkillCast Season Announced!

Are you finding it a challenge to keep up, professionally? Looking for recertification points for your CPT? Need a brown bag educational opportunity for your team? Got a stack of books and articles you keep meaning to get to? Let ISPI provide that vital professional boost though our webinar programs. A SkillCast is a 60-minute webinar designed to enhance the skills and knowledge of the performance improvement professional. Each month, ISPI will feature the latest thinking from the experts you rely on for your continued professional development. In just an hour, you’ll come away with new ideas, perspectives, and tools that you can put to work immediately.

Chapter Leader Workshop Focuses on Administrative Best Practices

Chapter Leader Workshop Focuses on Administrative Best Practices

ISPI chapter leaders–make your plans now to attend the Chapter Leader Workshop on Sunday, April 14, from 7:30 am– 5:00 pm at THE Performance Improvement Conference in Reno, Nevada. This workshop will provide chapter leaders with valuable resources and information they need to improve both their effectiveness as a leader and the success of their chapter.

From the Board: Jack’s ISPI Speech

From the Board: Jack’s ISPI Speech

Our future has many opportunities. As we embark on our next 50 years, there are challenges that we will meet with the same energy as our predecessors. As we meet those challenges, human performance technology will be more tightly sewn into the fabric of organizations. The existence of performance improvement departments will become the norm for organizations, rather than the exception.