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From the Board: A Renewed Commitment to ISPI Chapters

From the Board: A Renewed Commitment to ISPI Chapters

Whenever I accept a new position on a board of directors for any organization, I sometimes wonder if I should have made that commitment. Since joining the ISPI board, I have had no regrets. So far this board is all I hoped it would be and more.

Chapter Corner: Survey

Chapter Corner: Survey

When was the last time you completed a survey? If you think about it, completing a survey is our way of providing feedback and insight to those asking the questions. If the questions are well written, they can reveal a wealth of information to the individual posing the survey.

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.

Calling All ISPI Members! Mentor and Mentee Opportunities at THE Performance Improvement Conference

Calling All ISPI Members! Mentor and Mentee Opportunities at THE Performance Improvement Conference

The theme of this year’s conference is “Bridging Our Past & Future.” What could be a better way to bridge our past and our future than by embarking on a rewarding professional mentoring journey?

Calling All ISPI Members! Mentor and Mentee Opportunities at THE Performance Improvement Conference

Calling All ISPI Members! Mentor and Mentee Opportunities at THE Performance Improvement Conference

The theme of this year’s conference is “Bridging Our Past & Future.” What could be a better way to bridge our past and our future than by embarking on a rewarding professional mentoring journey?

Establishing Chapter Metrics: The Dashboard Way

Establishing Chapter Metrics: The Dashboard Way

It is up to a chapter’s board to ensure many things get done in a timely manner, from scheduling speakers, updating membership, communicating to members and non-members, balancing bank accounts to the many long-term tasks such as succession planning. In this frenzy of activity of keeping the chapter running, board members can easily forget about the things that truly make a chapter hum–membership and finances.