THE Performance Improvement Conference 2013 Highlights ‘What Works’ in the Performance Improvement Field
Performance Experts from Around the World Convene April 12-17
Washington, DC – Performance improvement professionals will make their way to Reno, Nevada, for THE Performance Improvement Conference, April 12-17, 2013. THE Performance Improvement Conference 2013 focuses on advancing what works in the performance improvement field, with 100+ hours of learning opportunities highlighting the tools, research, innovations and interventions proven to create real change in the workplace. Pre-conference programs begin April 12-14, and the conference runs April 14-17.
THE Performance Improvement Conference is the premiere educational event for performance improvement professionals, business and human resources executives, organizational development strategists, instructional designers, and others who are invested in the pursuit of excellence in the workplace. Conference highlights include three keynotes, the popular Research to Practice Symposium, Masters presentations, 60 peer-reviewed educational sessions, pre-conference workshops, and the opportunity to connect with industry peers from around the world.
THE Performance Improvement Conference features keynote presentations by business and change experts:
- Mary Lee, director of member experience, AAA Northern California, Nevada, and Utah
- Steven B. Wiley, president, The Lincoln Leadership Institute at Gettysburg
- Lisa Zangari, senior vice president, Human Resources, IAMGOLD
The popular Research to Practice Symposium returns this year, featuring three hours of practical performance improvement strategy, research, and processes from some of the brightest minds in the field. Attendees will be able to apply what they learn to create immediate change in their workplace or for their clients.
The conference welcomes the return of the Masters Series, with presentations by Dr. Ruth Clark, principal/president of Clark Training and Consulting and past president of ISPI; Dr. Will Thalheimer, founder of Work-Learning Research; and a panel of renowned performance improvement experts taking part in an Executive Roundtable.
The 60 peer-reviewed educational sessions are grouped along seven tracks: Analysis; Business of Performance; Instructional Interventions; Measurement and Evaluation; Organizational Design Interventions; Process of Tool Interventions; and Research-to-Practice.
Additionally, the conference features one-, two- and three-day pre-conference workshops for performance improvement professionals of all skill levels. Featured workshops include the Principles and Practices of Performance Improvement, the Certified Performance Technologist Certification Workshop, and 13 additional workshops which will help attendees sharpen an existing expertise or develop a new professional skillset.
Based in Washington, DC, the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to the multi-disciplinary pursuit of excellence in the workplace by advocating for the advancement of performance improvement. ISPI represents performance improvement professionals throughout the United States, Canada, and 40 other countries. For more information, visit www.ispi.org.