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ISPI Collaborate: A Member’s Perspective with Lucy Newman

ISPI Collaborate: A Member’s Perspective with Lucy Newman

When I was approached to write articles about ISPI Collaborate, I was very excited. I admit, my writing is a bit rusty, but I figured I had majored in journalism, so I might as well put it to the test. After my initial excitement wore off, the fear crept in. What am I going to write about? Can I do it justice? As I began my journey, I tried navigating ISPI Collaborate like a ghost because I did not want to interfere with those using the platform. I looked in on everything, but never engaged.

Evidence-Based Repositioning of FITC

Evidence-Based Repositioning of FITC

Newstrom and Davis (2002) said “organizations require consistent levels of high performance from individual employees in order to enhance overall corporate performance and survive in a highly competitive environment” (p. 139). In a similar perspective, Addison (2004) indicated that “performance architecture is the design of the organizational house where all three levels are integrated to smoothly support the raison d’etre of the entity, be it a business, civil service, or non-governmental organization” (p. 14).

Interview with Lucy S. Newman, CPT, DBA

Interview with Lucy S. Newman, CPT, DBA

I have been an international member of ISPI since 2004 and got certified in 2008 independently. Then in 2008, I got connected with the ISPI Nigerian team. I became a life member in 2010 and got recertified in 2011.