Message Image  

Community Home


  • Principles & Practices of Performance Improvement Institute

    Washington, DC USA
    Monday, November 16 to Wednesday, November 18, 2015
    8:30 am to 5:00 pm

    The Principles and Practices of Performance Improvement Institute is the premier learning event for those ready to acquire the performance consulting mindset so critical in today's business climate. Guided by expert instructors/facilitators, participants are immediately engaged in a learning experience that models the very techniques it presents. Workplace examples and collaborative analyses of case studies pull participants into active problem solving, as they learn the foundations of performance improvement. The program demonstrates proven tools and techniques in use in the performance improvement arena today. Participants will apply the skills of performance consulting and the techniques introduced in this workshop to diagnose performance improvement opportunities and prescribe strategies and tactics to address them.

    Fee: $1,299 / $1,499 (Member / Associate Non-Member)

Upcoming Events

Community Blogs

  • knowing how to demonstrate value is one of the more difficult standards when applying for the CPT. I doing a presentation at the conference on this topic and it includes lots of practical how to's. My passion about giving learners tools they can...

  • I happened to look at this community today (2/6/15). I noticed there are only 4 members. There certainly more Capella University learners and Graduates who are also ISPI members. Are there any ideas as to how "grow" the community?

    1 person recommends this.
  • I was talking with a colleague about the upcoming 2015 conference. She mentioned a desire to have a way for executives from corporations to show case what they deem as valued regarding Performance Improvement. One example came to mind of Baxter Pharmaceuticals....

  • Great post by Dr. John Latham on his blog:

  • I was curious when ISPI will post hotel conference rates and travel information for THE Human Performance Improvement 2015 conference.