CHARLOTTE, NC – 2011 – ISPI Charlotte Chapter is an award winning chapter of the International Society for Performance Improvement - ISPI. The focus of the chapter, formed in the summer of 2009 is simple:
“Affordable Professional Development with the Top Names in Human Performance Technology.”
Bi-monthly evening programs begin in Februaryeach year at the chapter’s partner facility, UNC Charlotte’s College of Education. The program for the current year is available here.
Chapters provide an excellent way for professionals to first learnabout HPT and later share their applicationsof human performance technology within this community of practice. The chapter may also provide a gateway to committee membership and leadership roles and further enhance the professional networking experience.
Human Performance Technology is an evidence-based, research-based set of methods and tools dealing with analysis, measurement and evaluation - process improvement - organizational design/alignment - motives, incentives and feedback - and instructional systems. HPT is applied systemically and systematically to the worker level, the work level and the workplace levels for repeatable results. HPT is based on data.
ISPI is an important affinity organization where members valuable each other for professional development and colleagueship. The Society is a source of challenge, learning and friendship, and provides opportunities for growth and recognition.
2011 Elected Chapter Officers:
Guy Wallace, President
Marc Donelson, President-Elect
Ursula Smith, VP of FinanceDick Handshaw, Past President