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TrendSpotters: </br>Everyday Civility© and Performance

TrendSpotters:
Everyday Civility© and Performance

Mitchell Kusy and Elizabeth Holloway address increasing civility in organizations.

TrendSpotters: <br/>Backyard HPT Researcher Model

TrendSpotters:
Backyard HPT Researcher Model

The Backyard HPT Researcher is built to the RSVP standards. Users of the model begin with a desired result: a final prototype or product.

Advice for THE Performance Improvement Conference Newbies

Advice for THE Performance Improvement Conference Newbies

A first-time conference attendee posed this question on ISPI’s LinkedIn page: “What advice do you have for a first-time THE Performance Improvement Conference attendee?” ISPI members and longtime attendees quickly responded with great suggestions.

THE Conference Offers More!

THE Conference Offers More!

The conference is brimming with educational workshops, expert presenters, and networking roundtables.

Deliver Results to Your Company: Make Connections and Generate Leads–Exhibit or Sponsor at THE Performance Improvement Conference

Deliver Results to Your Company: Make Connections and Generate Leads–Exhibit or Sponsor at THE Performance Improvement Conference

We have developed THE Performance Improvement Conference to offer an intimate and interactive atmosphere where you can meet, interact with, and talk one-on-one to prospective clients and industry practitioners about your product and service offerings.

ISPI Recognizes Excellence in the Field of HPT

ISPI Recognizes Excellence in the Field of HPT

The ISPI Awards of Excellence program is designed to showcase the people, products, innovations, and organizations that represent excellence in the field of human performance technology.

If Past Experience Is Any Indicator, Find Out What Attendees Said About THE Performance Improvement Conference

If Past Experience Is Any Indicator, Find Out What Attendees Said About THE Performance Improvement Conference

Find out what THE Performance Improvement Conference attendees had to say at last year’s conference. Then, make plans to attend a pre-conference program April 8-9 and the full four-day conference April 10-13 in Orlando, Florida.

Don’t Miss the Opportunity to Attend This Year’s Conference: An Update From the Emerging Professionals Committee

Don’t Miss the Opportunity to Attend This Year’s Conference: An Update From the Emerging Professionals Committee

This year promises invaluable sessions geared specifically toward your interests, speed mentoring, resume coaching, and the ability to network with experts within the performance improvement and other emerging professionals.

Register by March 11 and Save!

Register by March 11 and Save!

Not only does ISPI offer the best speakers in the field of performance improvement, but in comparison to other professional development opportunities, THE Performance Improvement Conference exposes you to nearly 50% more time for learning and networking with colleagues.

Don’t Just Survive…THRIVE In Your Job!

Don’t Just Survive…THRIVE In Your Job!

You will have to take responsibility for your own situation, and you will have to make a serious commitment to your job and career growth.

Lights, Camera, Action! The Performance Improvement Conference 99-Second Video Contest: Deadline Extended

Lights, Camera, Action! The Performance Improvement Conference 99-Second Video Contest: Deadline Extended

In 99 seconds or less, share your views on the value of ISPI membership and attendance at THE Performance Improvement Conference in 2011 with a short video clip titled: “This is ISPI!”

Pre-Conference Institute and Workshops Offer Additional Educational Opportunities

Pre-Conference Institute and Workshops Offer Additional Educational Opportunities

Take advantage of ISPI’s upcoming pre-Conference programming, which gives you more education choices, in addition to attending THE Performance Improvement Conference 2011, to stay on top of your game.

Lights, Camera, Action! The Performance Improvement Conference 99-Second Video Contest

Lights, Camera, Action! The Performance Improvement Conference 99-Second Video Contest

In 99 seconds or less, share your views on the value of ISPI membership and attendance at THE Performance Improvement Conference in 2011 with a short video clip titled: “This is ISPI!”

Interview with Philip Kirby

Interview with Philip Kirby

Our new generation of workers is ready to embrace the changes needed to be part of the fast moving technology and better design.

An Interview with Joseph Fiksel

An Interview with Joseph Fiksel

There is no magic bullet and it took a long time for him to understand what we need to know today; the time is right and the time is now for Joseph to share his life work.

Chapter Corner:<br/>Chapter Leaders Workshop

Chapter Corner:
Chapter Leaders Workshop

Chapter leaders are invited to participate in a full-day forum hosted by the Chapter Partnership Committee.

Productivity Practices “SOS”: Solutions Or Sound Bites?

Productivity Practices “SOS”: Solutions Or Sound Bites?

“Productivity Practices” will challenge mindsets about quick-fixes versus evidence-based solutions that work in the real world.

Best Utilization of Performance Supports and Training for a New Class of Ships

Best Utilization of Performance Supports and Training for a New Class of Ships

How do we evaluate not just a single performance intervention, but rather a system of interventions involving the many ratings and all ranks of an entire ship’s crew?

A Measurement Strategy for Leadership Alignment

A Measurement Strategy for Leadership Alignment

It is imperative for National Grid’s Professional Learning & Development department to have a measurement strategy that will provide feedback into student reaction, applicability of content, learning transfer, and business impact.

Doing the Twist

Doing the Twist

Leadership should be a reflection of the community in which it will serve; in Canada, this means incubating and developing leaders representative of the First Nations, Métis, and Inuit, collectively referred to as “Aboriginal” communities.