Increased demands for evidence-based processes and practices have heightened the use of performance improvement in both the private and public sector. Yet gaining traction and sustaining momentum for performance improvement in the face of accelerated change, moving targets, and competing resource demands is much like changing wheels in a moving car and is an aspect of practice that is often overlooked and underestimated. Join this webinar to learn proven practices for addressing challenges brought about by a new “normal” of frequent business disruptions and constant churn. Examples will be drawn from research-based practices in Holly’s book, “Learning for the Long Run”, a 2017 Award Winner for Outstanding Human Performance Communication from ISPI.
Don’t get left behind the performance curve as the speed of change intensifies!
- Explore proven practices for building organizational resilience
- Compare best practices with your own change efforts
- Increase your influence as a strategic change agent
Holly Burkett, PhD, CPT, SPHR is Principal of Evaluation Works a performance consultancy in Davis, CA. Formerly with Apple, she as over 20 years experience helping teams and organizations build capabilities that foster high performance, change resilience, and sustainable value. Former Editor of ISPI’s Performance Improvement Journal, Holly currently serves on ISPI’s Certification, Accreditation, and Governance Committee (CAGC), is an item writer for HRCI’s certification exams, and is Adjunct Faculty in Drexel University’s Graduate Studies program, where she designed and teaches the HPT curriculum. Publications include “Learning for the Long Run” (2016), which earned the 2017 Award of Excellence for Outstanding Human Performance Communication from ISPI. She’s also contributed chapters and multiple case studies to such books as ASTDs “Handbook of Measuring & Evaluating Training” (2010) and Donald Kirkpatrick’s "Evaluating the Four Levels " (2006), among others.An accomplished performance consultant, certified ROI professional, and talent builder, she was honored with a 2017 “Global Training and Development Leadership Award” from The World HRD Congress. A sought-after speaker, workshop leader, and international facilitator, her doctorate is in Human Capital Development. Holly can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or be contacted through LinkedIn or http://hollyburkett.com/.
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