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Welcome Message From the Conference Chair
Ann Battenfield, CPT
Managing Member, Clarity Performance Alliance, LLC.
President, Chicago ISPI
2012 Conference Chair
THE Performance Improvement Conference 2012
is next week!
I want to extend a warm welcome to everyone who is or may be coming. Each year’s conference is worth attending; this one, however, is going to be more vibrant and spectacular because it’s our 50th Anniversary.
The conference will continue many events that our members have come to expect, such as the
Chat 'n Chew
Awards of Excellence,
pre-conference workshops and institutes
, the bookstore, the Chapter Leaders Workshop, and excellent
every day. In addition, this conference will continue our focus on evidence-based practice with the
which reviews new research. All of this interwoven with the celebration of our 50 year anniversary and a party that will long be remembered. While learning is definitely part of why I come, I personally look forward to seeing people in person I haven’t seen since last year, for meeting new colleagues that will become part of my professional network, and having many intellectually stimulating conversations that arise from the sessions we attend.
As we reviewed the proposals for the conference, I was struck by how many
I wanted to attend. I was also struck by the breadth of the content. For people engaged in training or instructional design and wanting to know more about performance improvement or for those new to the field,
What Exactly Is Performance: Continuing the Dialogue
Using Job-Focused Objectives to Improve Learning
HPT in Real Life: An Interactive Simulation
are a perfect introduction to performance improvement.
Curves and Detours
Performance Improvement in 99 Words
Are Your Performance Data Worthwhile or Worthless
are just three of the many sessions that take HPT beyond the basics. As an experienced practitioner, I put
Measuring Organizational Performance with Simple and Predictive Tools
Learning @Lowes: From Transactional to Transformational
Change: Lessons Learned from Change Leaders
on the top of my list.
Come join me at this year’s conference and help us celebrate the beginning of the next 50 years of HPT. You won’t regret it.
Mon, Apr 02, 2012 12:57 PM
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