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CANCELED - Carl Binder: Accelerating Business Results Through Leadership and Management

  • December 11, 2013
  • 6:45 PM - 8:00 PM (PST)
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Practitioners of Human Performance Technology (HPT) are known more for their focus on operational or “technical” performance improvement than for their contributions to leadership or management development. In part, this may be because leadership, management, and coaching are often considered on the “soft” side of learning and development, and not always viewed from a technical, performance improvement perspective. However, if we bring the essentials of classic HPT to bear on our understanding of leadership and management, we can better understand how to develop leaders, managers, and coaches while specifying more precisely their contributions to the enterprise.

This session provides an overview of Six Boxes® Performance Thinking, the HPT approach that the speaker has been creating and teaching for over 30 years. Combining an accomplishment-based definition of human performance (the Performance Chain) with a systemic model of behavior influence (the Six Boxes® Model), this approach allows us to analyze the performance of leaders, managers, and coaches and to help develop them, as well.

 The concepts presented in this webinar can be used to:

  • Pinpoint the performance of leaders, managers, and coaches in a new way
  • Define in HPT terms the critical accomplishments of each role
  • Identify how they are similar and different, depending on context
  • Describe how leaders, managers and coaches can strengthen employee engagement

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About the Speaker
Dr. Carl Binder has been helping organizations improve performance for over 30 years. One of B.F. Skinner’s last Harvard graduate students, he is a long-time thought leader in performance improvement, having authored dozens of articles, chapters, and columns on a range of topics. He is invited to speak and deliver workshops at conferences, corporations and government agencies in Asia, Western Europe, Latin America, and North America. He received the ISPI’s highest lifetime achievement award, Honorary Lifetime Membership, in 2009, the Thomas F. Gilbert Award in 2012, and the Fred S. Keller Award for contributions to education and training from the American Psychological Association in 2004. For a collection of his downloadable publications see And for more about Six Boxes® Performance Thinking, check out
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