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Do Social Relationships Affect Organizational Performance?

Do Social Relationships Affect Organizational Performance?

Our “social relations” or our “circle of influence,” as it is now commonly referred to, can greatly impede or accelerate personal and team performance.

Speed Mentoring!

Speed Mentoring!

To enable ISPI to move into the future, we need our mentors to work with our emerging professionals to pass on their experience, love of learning, and commitment to ISPI. One way we do this is through speed mentoring!

Speed Mentoring!

Speed Mentoring!

To enable ISPI to move into the future, we need our mentors to work with our emerging professionals to pass on their experience, love of learning, and commitment to ISPI. One way we do this is through speed mentoring!

Speed Mentoring!

Speed Mentoring!

To enable ISPI to move into the future, we need our mentors to work with our emerging professionals to pass on their experience, love of learning, and commitment to ISPI. One way we do this is through speed mentoring!

Speed Mentoring!

Speed Mentoring!

To enable ISPI to move into the future, we need our mentors to work with our emerging professionals to pass on their experience, love of learning, and commitment to ISPI. One way we do this is through speed mentoring!

Speed Mentoring!

Speed Mentoring!

To enable ISPI to move into the future, we need our mentors to work with our emerging professionals to pass on their experience, love of learning, and commitment to ISPI. One way we do this is through speed mentoring!

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?

Keeping Up–Performance Improvement Quarterly 26(2)

Keeping Up–Performance Improvement Quarterly 26(2)

Performance Improvement Quarterly is a peer-reviewed journal created to stimulate professional discussion in the field and to advance the discipline of human performance technology (HPT) through publishing scholarly works. Our current issue, “Keeping Up,” is guest edited by Karen L. Medsker, PhD. She explores five of PIQ’s most influential articles from the past, all related to instruction and mentoring, and the authors have provided research updates on their topics.

TrendSpotters: Showcasing The Facilitated Mentoring Model©

TrendSpotters: Showcasing The Facilitated Mentoring Model©

Margo Murray contributes her well-known Facilitated Mentoring Model© to the TrendSpotters Open Toolkit.