It is time for the March PIJ article brainstorm! Think for a moment about a person you’ve met, a presentation you’ve seen, something that you’ve read, or an HPT idea you’ve heard about that would make a great article for PIJ. Remember, that author could also be you. Then, join your fellow ISPI leaders and send me an article idea or author referral, with name and email (if available) of who I should contact. Act now. Or, forward this email to that brilliant person, who can contact me directly at email@example.com.
Peter C. Honebein, Ph.D. Editor-in-Chief, Performance Improvement
Our chapter is recognized as a 2016 Chapter of Merit award winner! Congratulations! Great thanks for everyone's contribution!
Click here for Dina Dwyer-Owens Interview. Dina will be the opening Keynote on Sunday evening!
Click here for Gary Cokins interview.
Click here for 2017 Award Winner Klaus Wittkuhn, Board President at Training Magazine Expo.
The International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) has selected “The Apple in the Orchard: a story about finding the courage to emerge” by Sonia DiMaulo to receive a 2017 Award of Excellence for Outstanding Human Performance Communication. The award will be officially announced to the global community at THE Performance Improvement Conference. Click here for Sonia DiMaulo interview.
Click here for interview with Judy Hale at Training Magazine Expo regarding the upcoming 2017 International Society for Performance Improvement Conference.
Click here for interview with Captain, James Morrison, CPT.
Here at ISPI we've made BIG changes to make 2017's conference the best one yet! With many new speakers, 100% new content, a new format and approach to our sessions, we've got a lot to be excited about.
Believe it or not it's just over TWO MONTHS until we meet in Montreal for THE Performance Improvement Conference 2017.
Have you checked out this year's Keynote Speakers yet? How about the amazing lineup in the 2017 Master's Series? We're adding new Speakers and Sessions constantly, and there are still seats left in our 4 Pre-Conference Workshops. We're gearing up to tell you all about exciting changes to FutureLabs and Executive Buzz very soon.
If you're not registered for Conference yet, you can call ISPI directly at (301) 587-8570, or log in on the website: Click To Register Online Now.
ISPI BABS Business Meeting for Yearly Plannning is on Mar 9th, 2017, 6:00PM PST to 7:00PM PST.
Please confirm your attendance, and provide your topic(s) by sending email to ISPIbay@gmail.com. For those of you who have not provided Powerpoint yet for the meeting, please send them to ISPIbay@gmail.com.
Everyone is welcome to attend!! We encourage you to be with us!
Feel free to join the meeting by clicking this link: https://join.me/Ispibay.org
On a computer, use any browser. Nothing to download.
On a phone or tablet, launch the join.me app and enter meeting code: Ispibay.org
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ISPI Bay Area / Boise State (BABS) Chapter is a chapter of the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI)
What is it that you want from a professional organization? Would you like to:
ISPI BABS is a young and rapidly expanding professional association. The Boise State Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning (OPWL) department and student body has joined forces with what was the ISPI Bay Area chapter in Northern California to form a new, organizational chapter that operates virtually. It is called the ISPI Bay Area/Boise State (BABS) chapter. Although the group has strong roots in Northern California and the Boise OPWL community, we welcome new members in Northern California and other educational institutions.
We follow and support the ISPI standards and RSVP Plus:
Standard 1: Focus on results, while remaining impartial.
Standard 2: Take a systemic view, combined with our expert consulting and communication skills.
Standard 3: Add value to the organization by facilitating better decision making.
Standard 4: Establish partnerships.
Plus: Remain solution neutral.
Please click here to join the ISPI Bay Area/Boise State Chapter! There are many benefits of membership, including:
If you want to dip your toes in the water first, we highly recommend you to attend some of our monthly webinars and start to get a feel for it (webinars are free to all BSU OPWL students). Click here for Upcoming Events!
Opportunities for professional networking and learning
One of the most important steps toward advancing careers in the exciting field of human performance improvement is to join a professional association. Currently, we have members from all over North America. Here are some great reasons for joining the ISPI BABS Chapter.
ISPI organizes both international and national annual conferences. Thanks to technology, the ISPI Bay Area/Boise State Chapter gives you an opportunity to connect more frequently with members and other professionals who share your interest. We offer webinars most months, and occasional face-to-face events. These are opportunities for you to mix and mingle with others in your field in both professional and relaxing settings.
Personal & Professional Growth
If your career aspirations include the desire to present your work, publish, and/or keep up-to-date on proven practices or industry trends and how to manage them, the ISPI Bay Area/Boise State Chapter can help you find opportunities.
Mentoring is the cornerstone of many professional organizations, and is a valuable part of ISPI as a whole, and of our chapter. Both emerging professionals and more experienced practitioners can find value in mentoring and being mentored. A number of the seasoned professionals in our chapter are well known in the performance improvement field and generously lend their expertise.
Networking builds relationships with people who hire, even though they may not be hiring at the moment, and with people who may be able to point you to job listings that other avenues may not. In addition, active participation in a professional organization like this chapter can be an impressive entry on your résumé.
We have lots of opportunities for members who want to be involved and help shape it. What is it that you want from a professional organization? Bring your voice to the mix, and help us build something that meets the needs of our community. Volunteers help in the following types of activities:
If you are interested in learning more about the Chapter or in volunteering, please visit here for more information.