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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.

ISPI “In Service to” the World

ISPI “In Service to” the World

Is there a difference between “to serve” and “in service to”? As an active duty military member, I serve our nation. Am I “in service to” our nation? I get paid, I receive benefits, I have a retirement plan. As a psychotherapist, my wife serves Postpartum Support International as a volunteer regional coordinator.

ISPI Approves First Non-North American to Serve as ISPI President-elect

ISPI Approves First Non-North American to Serve as ISPI President-elect

Last month, ISPI members approved the slate of candidates, which included our first Non-North American to serve as ISPI president-elect, as recommended by the Nominations Committee for the 2014-2016 Board of Directors. On April 16, at THE Performance Improvement Conference in Indianapolis, IN, we will officially welcome our four newly elected officials.

Reflections on ISPI’s First Recipient of the Geary Rummler Award for the Advancement of Performance Improvement

Reflections on ISPI’s First Recipient of the Geary Rummler Award for the Advancement of Performance Improvement

This award was established in honor of Geary Rummler, a lifetime member, significant supporter, and valued contributor to ISPI and the profession. This year, ISPI is proud to recognize Klaus Wittkuhn, CPT.