Bold. Mind Blowing. Game Changing. Ready, Set Mentor!
Great News! You are invited to the ISPI Speed Mentoring Event at The Performance Improvement Conference on April 13, 2014, from 2:00-5:00 pm.
If you’ve heard of speed dating dozens of people looking for the right match, cycling through fixed three-minute conversations to quickly sort out prospective future romantic interests from potential romantic “duds” you’re on the right track. Now, think rather than meeting a potential future spouse, you are meeting potential mentors and protégées, allies and sources of information to help you make the most of your career.
Who else is invited? Those performance improvement experts that can help with Analysis, HPT, Instructional Intervention, Measurement & Evaluation, Organizational Design Interventions, Process/Tool Interventions, Research to Practice and more!
How will it work? A 90-minute Introduction to HPT will be given followed by a brief overview on how the speed mentor process will work. After the talk, you will be assigned to your potential mentor #1 having 15 minutes to get to know each other and discuss your professional strengths and challenges. This will happen 3 times prior to the wrap up of the session. Bring your business cards so you can make them available to other participants and mentors.
If you would like to join us for this exciting event, please RSVP to Sue Czeropski at firstname.lastname@example.org indicating:
Please send your RSVPs to me by March 21st. If you have any further questions, do not hesitate to contact me.
Two day workshops:
Saturday & Sunday April 12-13th 8:30am-5:00pm
Correlation, Causation, and Isolation: Proving Your PointBoyce Byerly, The ROI Institute / Bellevue University
contact: Boyce@roiinstitute.netWorkshop Code: WBA
Strategic Partner and Performance Consulting WorkshopAl Folsom, PhD, Exemplary Performance, LLC, & David Crowley, Exemplary Performance, LLC
contact: Al.email@example.comWorkshop Code: WBB
One Day Workshops:
Saturday April 12 8:30am-5:00pm
Building Essential Capabilities for Everyday InnovationXavier Butte, MS, EiQ, & Terry M. Farmer, PhD, EiQ
contact: firstname.lastname@example.orgWorkshop Code: WSA
Increase Trust. Improve Results.Sivasailam Thiagarajan, CPT, The Thiagi Group
contact: email@example.comWorkshop Code: WSB
Introduction to Six Boxes® Performance ThinkingCarl Binder, CPT, PhD, The Performance Thinking Network
contact: firstname.lastname@example.orgWorkshop Code: WSC
Nudging Culture = Changing Culture: A Systems ApproachEd Muzio, Group Harmonics, & Bill Daniels, American Consulting & Training
contact: email@example.comWorkshop Code: WSD
Basic Statistics for HPT PractitionersSerdar Abaci, Indiana University, & James A. Pershing, CPT, PhD, Indiana University
contact: firstname.lastname@example.orgWorkshop Code: WUA
Performance-Based Project Management for Better ResultsTimm Esque, CPT, Ensemble Management Consulting
contact: email@example.comWorkshop Code: WUB
Performance Improvement Consulting: Ideas, Models, Tools, and PracticeRoger Chevalier, CPT, Improving Workplace Performance
contact: firstname.lastname@example.orgWorkshop Code: WUC
Pick And Choose: Eclectic Instructional DesignDarryl L. Sink, EdD, Darryl L. Sink & Associates, Inc., & Peter C. Honebein, PhD, University of Nevada, Reno and Indiana University
contact: email@example.com Workshop Code: WUD
Sunday, April 13; 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Designing a Standards & Governance Model for LearningTonya Adams, WellPoint, Inc., & Alli Breton, WellPoint, Inc.
contact: Tonya.Adams@WellPoint.comWorkshop Code: WUK
Let's Put "Design" Back into Instructional Design!Anne M. Apking, CPT, High Impact Learning Solutions LLC
contact: firstname.lastname@example.orgWorkshop Code: WUL
Sunday, April 13; 1:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Expose Extraordinary PerformanceSonia Di Maulo, Harvest Performance
contact: email@example.comWorkshop Code: WUP
Radically New Research-Inspired Smile Sheet DesignWill Thalheimer, Work-Learning Research, Inc.
contact: firstname.lastname@example.orgWorkshop Code: WUQ
Are you finding it a challenge to keep up, professionally? Got a stack of books and articles you keep meaning to get to? Let ISPI provide that vital professional boost with our new SkillCast series.
What is a SkillCast?
A SkillCast is a 60 minute webinar educational session designed to enhance the skills and knowledge of the Performance Improvement Professional. Each month ISPI will feature the latest thinking from the Experts you rely on for your continued professional development. In just an hour a month, you'll come away with new ideas, perspectives, and tools that you can put to work immediately.
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My name is Mike Blahnik, and I serve on ISPI’s committee for the Emerging Professional Network along with Stefan Krueger and Randall Hallman. As a committee, we’ve been tasked with reaching out to emerging professionals (EPs) and recruiting, engaging and retaining HPT newcomers to ISPI as members, event attendees and volunteers.
We have a couple projects which we’re excited to promote, and we need your help in targeting this specific group. The first is an online reading group that will bring EPs together online to meet and discuss essential performance improvement literature. The second project focuses on making THE 2014 Performance Improvement Conference a welcoming experience to first-timers and partnering these attendees with established industry colleagues.
We consider emerging professionals to be students, recent graduates, young professionals, or anyone currently transitioning into a new career related to performance improvement. Are you in contact with emerging professionals through your local chapter? If yes, we’d love your help connecting with them. We’re suggesting a couple of things:
If you consider yourself an Emerging Professional and are looking to get more involved at the International level, please let us know. We invite you and any applicable chapter colleagues you might know to contact us. You can reach each of the committee members at the addresses below.
Mike Blahnik: email@example.com
Stefan Krueger: firstname.lastname@example.org
Randall Hallman: Randall.Hallman@kellogg.com
Welcome Potential ISPI Bay Area Chapter Members! Please take this opportunity to explore our new Web site where you can do everything from joining the chapter to registering for events to even discussing meeting topics in the forums!
Please go to the Events page to register for our first virtual webinar with Roger Chevalier where you will learn about Ideas, Tools, and Models for Performance Analysis.
We thank you for visiting us and look forward to meeting you at future events!
The ISPI Bay Area Chapter Board
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