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ISPI’s YouTube: Darlene Van Tiem, CPT, PhD

ISPI’s YouTube: Darlene Van Tiem, CPT, PhD

If you only use YouTube for looking up cute cat videos or commercials from the Super Bowl, then you have not been using it to its full potential! ISPI has been working to beef up our presence on YouTube and build a valuable open resource.

ISPI’s YouTube: Roger Chevalier, CPT, PhD

ISPI’s YouTube: Roger Chevalier, CPT, PhD

If you only use YouTube for looking up cute cat videos or commercials from the Super Bowl, then you have not been using it to its full potential! ISPI has been working to beef up our presence on YouTube and build a valuable open resource.

ISPI’s YouTube

ISPI’s YouTube

If you only use YouTube for looking up cute cat videos or commercials from the Super Bowl, then you have not been using it to its full potential! ISPI has been working to beef up our presence on YouTube and build a valuable open resource.

Digital Devices, Digital Brains

Digital Devices, Digital Brains

Are you curious about the impact of interfacing with digital devices? Do you want to know what researchers think about the brains of multitasking teens? What do you know about the implications of technology on attention span, and how it changed during the past decade?

Performance Improvement Technology: Recommended Sites and Tools

Performance Improvement Technology: Recommended Sites and Tools

In this month’s column on performance improvement technology, or PI tech as I have been calling it, I have a few great resources for you. I am stepping away from the norm of apps and recommending a few sites that I use not just in my work adventures, but in my personal life as well. Some I am sure you have heard of and some maybe not, but, nonetheless, all are great resources that I use all the time.

How Savvy Is Your Customer Care Team?

How Savvy Is Your Customer Care Team?

There is nothing new about how central your customers are to your organization’s bottom line and credibility. Not too long ago the customer care department within an organization was often regarded as a nonstrategic unit and was more likely to be outsourced to a developing nation that had a large English-speaking workforce and low hourly wages.

Lights, Camera, Action! TV Learning Produces Results

Lights, Camera, Action! TV Learning Produces Results

With the widespread adoption of social media engagement and blended learning strategies, organizations are incorporating video into their training and strategic communication initiatives. When produced with foresight and thoughtful consideration, videos are highly effective in supporting and shifting organizational culture, creating deep and nuanced learning opportunities, and increasing employee engagement.

Archived Webinars Available to ISPI Members–Creating Engaging Web-Based Training with Ken Steinman

Archived Webinars Available to ISPI Members–Creating Engaging Web-Based Training with Ken Steinman

Tired of churning out “page turner” content? Are learners getting what they need to out of the training you deliver online, or are they still left with too many open questions? Come to this SkillCast to learn techniques that will enable you to deliver better quality content to a diverse audience and improve the results in a variety of situations. We will specifically look at the tools, techniques, and best practices available today with a variety of tools and media to efficiently build content that will effectively support your audience for whatever setting you are responsible for.

Make Social Media More Valuable With Your Input

Make Social Media More Valuable With Your Input

Have you ever posed the question “What is the point behind social media?” To make the explanation simple, social media are the interactions in which people share, create, and exchange information and ideas in online communities or networks. ISPI has active accounts in Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Youtube, Google+, PerformanceXpress.org, and Collaborate.

Archived Webinars Available to ISPI Members–Social Media at Work: How Networking Tools Propel Organizational Performance

Archived Webinars Available to ISPI Members–Social Media at Work: How Networking Tools Propel Organizational Performance

In this webinar, learn more about the startling growth of social media and social networking in our personal and business lives. We’ll begin the session with some level-setting on what social media is and then discuss the areas in which social media has the potential improve organizational performance.

Dashlane and Wordle

Dashlane and Wordle

Recently I had a conversation with a member asking me to explain Collaborate; and as soon as I mentioned “log on” and “password,” I could tell by the look on his face he was completely turned off. He does not use social media because of this issue–having to remember all the information just to get into your account is a little overwhelming for some people.

ISPI and Social Media (and Web2.0) … and its Importance

ISPI and Social Media (and Web2.0) … and its Importance

Social media is not just for kids anymore. It is used throughout our personal and professional world to generate traffic, interest, and business to companies, products, and people. Tweeting, posting, and blogging… social media and Web 2.0 are new media that drive the world. You cannot turn the corner without this new form of media blasted all over advertising on anything that has space–from business cards to billboards.

Preparing for THE Conference

Preparing for THE Conference

With so much going on, it is best to prepare ahead of time to ensure you get the most out of your conference experience. With your game plan in place, you can show up to the conference confident and ready to learn and network.