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    • 01 Jan 2022
    • 31 Dec 2022
    • virtual
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    Apply for the Certified Facilitator of Training

    (CFT)


    Do you facilitate learning events?   Online?   In person? The CFT certification is for professionals who facilitate training done online or in person and who want to be recognized for their skill in engaging learners.  This performance-based certification is endorsed by ISPI, Training Magazine, and the International Facility Management Association (IFMA). 

        


    You must submit one or more videos for a maximum of 35 minutes that demonstrate your competence in facilitation and are supported by learner evaluations and client attestations, and commit to a Code of Conduct.  The 4 competencies are:

    1.       The Facilitation Process Competent Facilitators ask questions that:

    • Promote participation
    • Engage learners equitably
    • Promote reflection
    • Reinforce learning points
    • Clarify participants’ remarks and questions
    • Follow up on participants comments
    • Promote relevant conversation among learners so they process the content
    • Redirect questions to other participants to promote engagement

    2.       The Learning Process – Competent Facilitators:

    • Introduce the purpose, content, participants, and value.
    • Establish the relevance of the content; relate the content to needs and the learner experience.
    • Give examples that illustrate and reinforce the learning objective
    • Guide learners in activities designed to reinforce the objectives 

    3.       The Learning Assessment Process – Competent Facilitators:

    • Elicit examples from learners on how they will apply the content in the workplace
    • Assess comprehension                          

    4.       Professionalism – Competent Facilitators:

    • Demonstrate proficiency in the content and facilitation expertise
    • Respect participants’ opinions and perspectives

    The cost is $600 for Hale Center professional members, ISPI, and IFMA and $725 for others.   Click here to download the Handbook with the standards, requirements, and the scoring checklists.  Register here.  Applications are accepted throughout the year.

    Once certified you will receive a digital mark.  Please contact Judy@HaleCenter.org if you have questions

    • 01 Jan 2022
    • 31 Dec 2022
    • virtual
    Register

    Apply now for the

    Certified Developer of

    training (CDT)


    Do you develop learning solutions, such as  Instructor-led training, asynchronous or synchronous training, simulations, serious games, and the like?  The CDT certification is for professionals who develop training that is delivered live, in-person, or online and who want to be recognized for their ability to create effective learning events. 


     To earn this performance-based certification you must demonstrate all 9 standards by answering questions about one of your learning solutions supported by client attestations and 5 artifacts, and committing to a Code of Ethics.  The CDT is endorsed by ISPI.   


    The 9 standards are:

    1.  Address Sustainability 
    2.  Align Solution
    3.  Assess Performance
    4.  Collaborate and Partner with Stakeholders
    5.  Elicit Performance or Practice
    6.  Enhance Retention and Transfer
    7.  Ensure Context Sensitivity 
    8.  Engage Learners
    9.  Ensure Relevance

    Click here to download the Handbook for the complete standards and the scoring rubrics.  The cost is $600 for Hale Center Professional and ISPI members and $725 for others.   Applications are accepted throughout the year.    

    Once certified you will receive a digital mark.  Please contact Judy@HaleCenter.org if you have questions

    • 05 May 2022
    • 11:00 AM
    • 09 Jun 2022
    • 12:30 PM
    • Virtual
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    Data Gathering Certificate Series: 

    a 6-Part Mini Series

    Take one, all, or any combination

    Thursday's 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

    Central Time

    5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26, 6/2, 6/9

    This series is about how to get valid data to use in training, to improve performance, and to develop certifications.  The methods include observing and interviewing individuals and groups at task and in work settings.  You will see real examples, practice some of the methods, and get jobs aids with practical guidelines you can apply to your work.   

    You can take the whole series or just selected topics that are most relevant to your work.   When you complete the series, you receive a certificate in Data Gathering.  

    Topics in the series are:

    1. How to Conduct Observational and Cognitive Interviews and Interpret the Results:  learn how to discover what experts do and think, and why they make the decisions they do ($69*)
    2. How to Conduct Critical-Incident Interviews and Interpret the Results:  find out how to discover what high performers do that sets them apart, why they are better at what they do than others, and how to surface attributes that distinguish exemplar performers from the rest ($59*)
    3. How to Conduct Group Interviews including a Delphi and the Nominal Group Technique (NGT) and Interpret the Results:  find out what differentiates the NGT from the Delphi Technique and the process for conducting focus groups; find out why the NGT is a more effective method for uncovering required knowledge and skills in ways that can be more easily analyzed ($79*)
    4. How to Conduct and Interpret a Sociogram:  learn to use this technique that graphically displays a group's communication patterns, and identifies informal leaders, outcasts, social cliques, and measures group cohesiveness ($79*)
    5. How to Conduct a Modified Flanders' Interaction Analysis and Interpret the Results: learn to use this technique to capture communication patterns between group members, confirm who initiates, responds, passes judgment, acknowledges others' feelings and ideas, and the like.  Use the results to help others communicate more effectively ($69*)
    6. How to Develop Surveys:  learn how to design and develop surveys that validate your findings derived from other methods ($79*)
    * Cost per session for the general public.  Discounts are available to ISPI and Hale Center Professional Members.  To register for specific topics, visit upcoming events. 

      Objectives:  For a complete description of the series, visit the workshops page.   

      Materials:  Each topic comes with a workbook containing the slides, guidelines, and other supporting materials. 

      Cost:  For the series for the general public is $404, a $30 series savings; the cost for ISPI and LDA members is $374, a $60 series savings; the cost for Hale Center Professional Members is $344, a $90 series savings.    Please contact Judy@HaleCenter.org if you want to find out how to arrange for an in-house program.

      • 05 May 2022
      • 1:00 PM
      • 09 Jun 2022
      • 2:30 PM
      • Virtual
      Register

      Analytics & Psychometrics Certificate Series: 

      a 6-Part Mini Series 

      Take one, all, or any combination

      Thursday's 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.

      Central Time

      5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26, 6/2, 6/9

      This series is about how to measure, analyze, and apply statistical treatments to both quantitative and qualitative data.  You will see real examples and get job aids with practical guidelines you can apply to your work.   

      You can take the whole series or just topics of interest to you.  When you complete the series you will receive a certificate.  

      Topics in the series are:

      1. Measurement, Analytic, and Psychometric Basics ($79*)
      2. Controlling Bias - the Four Sources of Error ($59*)
      3. Standard Setting and Establishing Pass Scores ($79*)
      4. Item Analyses and Determining the Equivalency of Different Test Forms ($69*)
      5. Analyzing Quantitative Data ($89*)
      6. Analyzing Qualitative Data ($69*)

      * Cost per session for the general public.  Discounts are available to ISPI and Hale Center Professional Members.

        Objectives:  For a complete description of the series, visit the workshops page.   

        Materials:  Each topic comes with a workbook containing the slides, guidelines, and other supporting materials. 

        Cost:  For the series for the general public is $414, a $30 series savings; the cost for ISPI and LDA members is $384, a $60 series savings; the cost for Hale Center Professional Members is $354, a $90 series savings.    Please contact Judy@HaleCenter.org if you want to find out how to arrange for an in-house program.

        • 05 May 2022
        • 3:00 PM
        • 09 Jun 2022
        • 4:30 PM
        • Virtual
        Register

        Test & Assessment Certificate Series: 

        How to Develop Valid Tests

        a 6-Part Mini Series

        Take one, all, or any combination

        Thursdays, May 5 - June 9

        3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

        Central Time

        5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26, 6/2, 6/9

        This series is about how to get develop valid tests and assessments.  It covers defining what is required of a test, different testing methods, the scoring methods, and analyzing test data.  You will see real examples and get job aids with practical guidelines you can apply to your work.   

        You can take the whole series or just selected topics of interest to you.   When you complete the whole series you will receive a certificate in Testing.  

        Topics in the series are:

        1. Test Basics:  learn what is a test, what is required for a test to be valid. ($59*)
        2. How to Decide What to Test, Why, and How:  learn the value of  developing operational definitions and doing a criticality analysis to determine what and how to test.  You will get guidelines and tools for developing an operational definition and doing a criticality analysis.  ($69*)
        3. How to Develop Multiple-Choice Questions that Test Higher Level Skills:  find out how to use the work of David Merrill and Robert Bloom to create forced-choice questions (multiple-choice) measure memory and reasoning.  You will receive a toolkit with guidelines for developing effective multiple-choice tests ($89*)
        4. How to Analyze Test Results:  learn how to do an item analysis to identify which questions and answer choices are effective and ineffective.  You will also learn how to compare tests to confirm they are equivalent, that is measure the same knowledge and are equivalent in difficulty. ($69*)
        5. How to Develop Performance Tests: learn the different types of performance tests, how they differ in their level of fidelity (how life-like they are), and get guidelines on how to develop them.  You will see examples. ($79*)
        6. How to Develop Checklists and Rubrics:  learn how to design and develop checklists and rubrics that are designed to score performance tests.  Learn to train judges in how to score performance tests and control inter-rater reliability of judges. You will receive templates and guidelines. ($79*)

        * Cost per session for the general public.  Discounts are available to ISPI, LDA, and Hale Center Professional Members.  To register for specific topics, visit upcoming events. 

          Objectives:  For a complete description of the series, visit the workshops page.   

          Materials:  Each topic comes with a workbook containing the slides, guidelines, and other supporting materials. 

          Cost:  For the series for the general public is $414, a $30 series savings; the cost for ISPI and LDA members is $384, a $60 series savings; the cost for Hale Center Professional Members is $354, a $90 series savings.    Please contact Judy@HaleCenter.org if you want to find out how to arrange for an in-house program.

          • 19 May 2022
          • 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
          • Virtual
          Register

          Coffee with Judy

          May 19th, at 9 AM Central

          Please join us for an informal chat. You must register, if you want to get the link to join.

          • 19 May 2022
          • 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
          Register

          How to Conduct Group Interviews: Delphi, Focus, &  Nominal Group Technique (NGT)

          75 minutes

          May 18th, 11:00 AM Central Time

          The Nominal Group Technique is a proven method for polling the opinions of groups while effectively managing the group dynamics.  The process creates tension while limiting the effects of members seen has having more political power.  The process also produces data that can be weighted and analyzed to determine the level of importance and criticality of tasks and behaviors.  You will receive a workbook containing the slides and rules and a toolkit containing instructions on how to conduct a Delphi, Focus Group, and the NGT and how to evaluate the data.  

          This webinar is part of the six-part miniseries on data gathering methods.  Other topics include Observational & Cognitive Interviews, Critical-Incident Interviews, Sociograms, Surveys, and Flanders Interaction Analysis.  

          Materials:  Workbook with job aids and a QC guide

          Cost:  $79; discounts for ISPI and Professional Members; Contact Judy@HaleCenter.org if you are interested in an in-house program.  Visit Workshops to learn more about the full series. 

          • 19 May 2022
          • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
          • Virtual
          • 19
          Register

          Standard Setting

          Setting Pass Scores

          75 Minutes

          May 19th, 1:00 PM Central Time

          One of the more politically charged questions is "what is good enough?"   Standard setting is about answering this question.  There are numerous methods, and each has its tradeoffs.  This session explains and compares the more frequently used methods seven based on expert conjecture and performance data.

          This workshop is part of the Psychometric Mini Series.   Other topics in the series are: Psychometric Basics, Controlling Error, Item Analysis, Analyzing Quantitative Data, and Analyzing Qualitative Data.

          Objectives:  You will be able to:

          1. Explain the difference between conjecture and data-based methods.
          2. Compare the processes for setting standards and pass scores
          Materials:  You will receive a workbook and a QC guide containing job aids you can adapt to your situation.

          Cost: $79, discounts are available to ISPI members, and Hale Center Professional Members.

          • 19 May 2022
          • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
          • Virtual
          • 20
          Register

          How to Develop Effective Multiple-Choice Questions

          75 Minutes

          May 19th, at 3:00 PM Central Time

          This mini-webinar covers all those pesky details about multiple-choice items and their distractors.  You get tools for creating items and a QC checklist – resources your subject matter experts can use over and over.  You will learn to leverage the work of Bloom (revised taxonomy that defined understanding) and Merrill (defined comprehension) to create multiple-choice questions that test higher level skills.  You will see good and bad examples and leave with guidelines on how to develop valid multiple-choice questions that discriminate those who know from those who don’t.   This is one topic in the six-part series on testing.  The other parts are test basics, what to test and how, performance tests, checklists, and rubrics.   

          Objectives:  You will be able to: 

          • Write questions (items) that comply with best practices
          • Write questions (items) designed to test higher level skills
          • Write responses (correct answers and distractors) that are parallel in construction and lack specific determiners (cues)
          • Develop multiple-choice questions that measure the knowledge and skills your situation requires

          Materials:  Workbook with rules and a QC checklist

          Contact Judy@HaleCenter.org if you are interested in an in-house program.   Visit workshops to learn about the other webinars in the  series

          Cost: $89, discounts are available to ISPI and Hale Center Professional Members

          • 25 May 2022
          • 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
          • Virtual
          • 20
          Register

          How to Conduct Sociograms

          75 minutes

          May 25th, 11:00 AM Central Time

          Ever want to find out who is really in charge?  Who is part of a political clique?  How information really travels in the group?  This webinar is about how to use the Sociogram method to identify informal leaders, social cliques, measure group cohesiveness, and find out who really has the influence in the group.  You will receive a workbook containing the slides and rules and a toolkit containing instructions on the use and how to evaluate the data.  

          This webinar is part of the mini series on data gathering methods.  Other topics include Observational Interviews, Critical-Incident Interviews, Surveys, Nominal Groups, and Flanders Interaction Analysis.   

          Materials:  Workbook with Job Aids and a QC Guide

          Cost: 79, discounts for ISPI and professional members.  Contact Judy@HaleCenter.org to discuss an in-house program.  Visit Workshops to learn more about the whole mini series program.

          • 25 May 2022
          • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
          • Virtual
          • 20
          Register

          HOw to do Item Analyses & Measure tests' equivalency

          75 Minutes - May 25th, 1:00 PM CDT

          This webinar walks you through the steps required to confirm your items are performing as expected.  It also walks you through the process of comparing multiple test forms to determine if they are measuring the same content at the same level of difficulty.   

          This topic is part of the "how-to" testing and psychometric mini-series.  Other topics in the testing series are test design basics, and how to decide what to test, develop multiple-choice questions, develop performance tests, and develop checklists and rubrics.  Other topics in the psychometric series are psychometric basics, and how to control error, set standards, and analyze quantitative and qualitative data.

          Objectives:  You will be able to follow a set of guidelines to:

          1. Identify under-performing items
          2. Compare items in multiple tests to confirm they are or are not measuring the same content at the same level of difficulty
          Materials:  Workbook with job aids and a QC guide

          Cost:  $69, discounts are available to ISPI and Hale Center Professional Members.  Please contact Judy@HaleCenter.org if you want to find out how to arrange for an in-house program.

          • 25 May 2022
          • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
          • Virtual
          • 20
          Register

          HOw to analyze test results & do Item Analyses

          75 Minutes - May 25th, 3 PM CDT

          This webinar walks you through the steps required to confirm your items are performing as expected.  It shows you how to evaluate the effectiveness of questions and distractors (answer choices).   

          This topic is part of the "how-to" testing and psychometric mini-series.  Other topics in the testing series are test design basics, and how to decide what to test, develop multiple-choice questions, develop performance tests, and develop checklists and rubrics.  Other topics in the psychometric series are psychometric basics, and how to control error, set standards, and analyze quantitative and qualitative data.

          Objectives:  You will be able to follow a set of guidelines to:

          1. Identify under-performing items (questions and answer choices
          Materials:  Workbook with job aids and a QC guide

          Cost:  $69, discounts are available to ISPI and Hale Center Professional Members.  Please contact Judy@HaleCenter.org if you want to find out how to arrange for an in-house program.

          • 08 Jun 2022
          • 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
          • Virtual
          Register

          How to Conduct the Flanders Interaction Analysis

          75 minutes

          June 8th, 11:00 AM Central Time

          Ever want to demonstrate to clients how effectively (or not) they communicate with peers and subordinates?  Ever want to help your clients be more inclusive and engaging so everyone's ideas are heard and respected.  Ever want to illustrate how information is exchanged, who initiates ideas, who functions as the gate keeper, and more?  The Flanders Interaction Analysis is a proven technique for capturing and reporting how information is exchanged and how well groups are engaged in the process of debating and deliberating different points of view.  You will receive a workbook containing the slides and rules and a toolkit containing instructions on the use and how to evaluate the data.  

          This webinar is one of the six-part miniseries on data gathering methods.  Other methods include Observational & Cognitive Interviews, Critical-Incident Interviews, Sociograms, Surveys, and the Nominal Group Technique.   

          Materials:  A workbook with Job Aids and a QC Guide

          Cost:  $69, discounts for ISPI and Professional Members.  Contact Judy@HaleCenter.org if you are interested in an in-house program. 

          • 08 Jun 2022
          • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
          • Virtual
          • 20
          Register

          HOw to Analyze Quantitative data

          60 to 90 Minutes

          June 8th, 1:00 PM Central Time

          Psychometrics and data analytics use different statistical formula to answer questions and guide decisions.  Test administrators also rely on the use of quantitative analyses to evaluate the validity and reliability of their tests.  This session explains the more frequently used statistical methods and the questions they are designed to answer.  The examples focus on data from forced-choice tests and surveys.   The methods can be done using Excel.

          This topic is part of the "how-to" psychometric mini-series.  Other topics in the series are psychometric basics and how to control error, set standards, do item analyses and measure tests equivalency, and analyze qualitative data.

          Objectives:  You will be able to follow a set of guidelines to:

          1. Analyze test and survey data to determine where there is consensus and significant differences.  
          2. Determine and interpret results such as, P-scores and coefficient scores. 
          Materials:  Workbook with job aids and a QC guide

          Cost:  $89, discounts are available to ISPI and Hale Center Professional Members.  Please contact Judy@HaleCenter.org if you want to find out how to arrange for an in-house program.

          • 08 Jun 2022
          • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
          • Virtual
          • 20
          Register

          How to Develop Performance-based Tests

          75 Minutes

          June 8th, 3:00 PM Central

          This mini-webinar describes different types of performance-based tests and the value and limitations of each.  You will see good and bad examples and get a decision guide on how to choose the type of test best for your situation.  The tool includes rules for developing interactive items sets, performance-based tests, and portfolio-based tests.   This is one topic in the mini series on testing.  The other topics are testing basics, deciding what and how to test, multiple-choice questions, checklists, and rubrics. 

          Objectives:  You will be able to: 

          • Choose the best type of performance-based test required for situation
          • Decide what type of scoring tool to use
          • Design your performance-based test so it complies with the guidelines.
          Length: 90 minutes

          Materials:  Workbook with job aids and a QC guide.

           Contact Judy@HaleCenter.org if you are interested in an in-house program.  

          Visit workshops to learn more about other offerings. 

          Cost:  $79, discounts are available to ISPI and Hale Center Professional Members. 

          • 09 Jun 2022
          • 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
          • Virtual
          • 20
          Register

          How to Design Surveys & Interpret the Results

          75 minutes

          June 9th, 11:00 AM Central

          This webinar is part of the miniseries on data gathering methods.  It discusses the rules for developing surveys with forced choice and scaled items.  It also explains how to interpret the results. 

          Other topics in the series include Observational Interviews, Critical-Incident Interviews, Sociograms, the Nominal Group Technique, and the Flanders Interaction Analysis.   

          Objectives:  You will be able to:

          1. Design surveys
          2. Develop scales
          3. Explain the role of demographic questions

          Materials include a Workbook and QC Guide.  

          Cost:  $79, discounts for ISPI and professional members.  Contact Judy@HaleCenter.org if you want to discuss an in-house program.  Visit Workshops to learn more about the whole series. 

          • 09 Jun 2022
          • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
          • Virtual
          • 20
          Register

          HOw to Analyze qualitative data

          75 Minutes

          June 9th, 1:00 PM CDT 

          This session is about how to code and weight qualitative data so you can apply statistical methods to analyze the data.  The methods apply to survey, interview, observation, and focus group data whether the data are recorded using rubrics, checklists, or lists.    

          This topic is part of the "how-to" psychometric mini-series.  Other topics in the series are psychometric basics and how to control error, set standards, do item analyses and measure tests equivalency, and analyze quantitative data.

          Objectives:  You will be able to follow a set of guidelines to:

          1. Weight and code qualitative data so it can be evaluated and statistically analyzed  
          2. Code qualitative data so clients can assign meaning to it and determine its relevance to their questions. 
          Materials:  Workbook with job aids and a QC guide

          Cost:  $69, discounts are available to ISPI and Hale Center Professional Members.  Please contact Judy@HaleCenter.org if you want to find out how to arrange for an in-house program.

          • 09 Jun 2022
          • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
          • Virtual
          • 20
          Register

          How to Develop Effective Checklists & Rubrics

          90 Minutes

          June 9th, 3:00 PM Central Time

          This mini-webinar covers the ins and outs of creating checklists and rubrics that captures the attributes of a behavior ranging from not acceptable to exemplar.  The tool includes probing questions you can use with your subject matter experts to identify the features or nuances that distinguish the very good from the barely acceptable.  You will see examples of checklists and rubrics and learn why they work.  This one topic in the six-part series on testing.  The other topics are test basics, deciding what and how to test, multiple-choice questions, item analysis, and performance items. 

          Objectives:  You will be able to: 

          • Use a template that lists key behaviors, behaviors, or attributes
          • List the factors that distinguish exemplar to unacceptable
          • Create checklists and rubrics that comply with the guidelines.

          Materials:  Workbook with guidelines

          Cost:  $79. There are discounts for ISPI and Hale Center Professional Members.

          Contact Judy@HaleCenter.org if you are interested in an in-house program.   Visit workshops to see other topics in the series. 

          • 17 Jun 2022
          • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
          • virtual
          Register

          CPT Workshop

          June 17th, 10am to 5pm Eastern Time

          This workshop walks you through the application process for the ISPI Certified Performance Technologist (CPT) certification, a performance-based credential.  You must demonstrate all ten standards three times to earn the credential.  The application asks you to explain what you did, why, and how to demonstrate your ability to follow the HPT six-step systematic process.  You must also describe how you exemplified the four principles - focus on results, take a systemic view, add value, and collaborate - when applying the systematic process.   

          You will receive a self-assessment guide, a copy of the application, the reviewers' scoring rubric, and the standards.   The objectives of the workshop are:

          • To explain the required documentation 
          • To explain the criteria required to satisfy the standards
          • To describe how the certification was created and what it represents

          The fee for both the certification and workshop

          • members is $1195  
          • non-members is $1395.  

          The fee for the workshop only is $250.

          • 11 Jul 2022
          • 4:30 PM
          • 25 Jul 2022
          • 8:30 PM
          • Online
          • 22
          Register

          THRIVE! Start Your Own Consulting Practice 

          Starting July, 11th, ending July 25th

          This 12-hour online workshop is delivered in three 4-hour segments.  It starts on Monday July 6th, at 4:30PM central time.   The workshop is for new entrepreneurs, freelancers, and independent contractors wanting to start or strengthen their own practice.  The benefits to you are:

          • Confidence in your value proposition
          • A proven road map to avoid time and money wasters
          • Comfort knowing you have your bases covered
          • Access to knowledgeable and proven mentors
          • CEUs and PDUs for your CPT and PMP

          Here is what past participant say about the program: 

          The Thrive workshop and Nancy’s coaching has helped me grow my business. I gained too many tools to name just a few.  I would recommend THRIVE to anyone thinking of starting a business or who owns a business. The skills & tools I learned have helped me to promote my business AND I’ve been able to apply some tools to my aid my clients. Thank you Nancy (Crain Burns and Associates) and Judy Hale (Hale Associates Center)!

                                                                       Rhonda Anderson.  Owner Silver Cricket Designs

          All the information, stories, examples, and group members were very beneficial and insightful. The time at the sessions and the workbook materials helped renew my excitement for why I started my own business and help me see with fresh eyes what I offer my clients and prospective clients.   Rhonda Anderson, Silver Cricket Designs

          If you're starting a consulting/contracting business or simply want to ensure your enterprise is on the right path, the Thrive webinar is a very worthy experience. It gives the necessary foundation and enhancements to being successful as an entrepreneur, pretty much in any industry.  Bob Mansur, Managing Partner, Credit Employee Performance Solutions 

          This course is relevant to ANYONE interested in starting your own firm. I found value, not coming from a business background....Judy and Nancy bring a wealth of experience and knowledge and are wonderful leaders.  Laura Braeunig

          The goals of the program are to help you in your journey into the Gig Economy by learning how to:

          • Stand out from your competition
          • Add value
          • Get a competitive edge
          • Better manage your business practices
          • Build your administrative processes
          • Create a support network
          What will you gain from this experience?
          1. You’ll learn how to define your services in ways that distinguish you in the marketplace.
          2. You will find out how to build a workable and effective marketing plan that includes your messages and distribution channels.   
          3. You will gain tips and techniques for negotiating contracts, defining your terms, and pricing your services.
          4. You will learn how insurance and contracts work; how to make smart use of brokers and lawyers.
          5. You will receive a digital Toolkit that includes job aids, rules, and worksheets to guide you in your journey.

          How the program works

          The program starts with a virtual overview to give you a taste of the Gig Economy.   Next is a 12-hour virtual workshop delivered in three 4-hour segments with the option of a series of personal coaching sessions.   The sessions are scheduled from 4:30 PM to 8:30 PM central time.

          $495; $395 for ISPI Members ($100 savings); $355 for Hale Center Members
          • 13 Jul 2022
          • 10:00 AM
          • 15 Jul 2022
          • 4:30 PM
          • Three days; Virtual or onsite in Chicago
          • 20
          Register

           Fundamentals of Performance Improvement Consulting

          Three Days; July 13-15;

          10:00 - 4:30 pm Central

          live and virtual 

          Description: This practicum-based program introduces the basic concepts of human performance improvement. The concepts are documented in the Performance Consultant’s Field Book: Tools and Techniques for Improving People and Organizations, 2nd edition (Jossey Bass, 2007). Attendees will receive a digital workbook containing the slides and a Toolkit with job aids, templates, and guidelines.   A certificate of completion will also be provided.

          Details: The workshop describes the work required for discovery, systemic analysis, intervention design, sustaining change, and measuring results.  It builds capacity in two interdependent processes: performance improvement and the change management and consultative processes. 
          Who is this program for? The program is for internal and external consultants - trainers, coaches, training managers, and managers who want to strengthen their capacity in performance improvement consulting.
          What will be covered? Human Performance Improvement Process
          • How to leverage the client’s information and why
          • How to uncover issues quickly
          • How to avoid the simple solution
          • How to put together a menu of solutions
          • How to get important metrics quickly
          • How to tell the story of what you did and the impact of your work
          • How to demonstrate the value of your work
          • How to build sustainability into your recommendations
          Consultative Process
          • What consulting involves
          • What distinguishes performance consulting from other types of consulting (OD, Quality, HRD, etc.)
          • What is the role of the performance consultant - Experts v Facilitator
          • How to influence others’ behavior and decisions
          • How to manage the politics
          Building Brand Process

            Case studies are used to demonstrate the principles and rules.
            There are practices, polling, key research provided throughout.
            Why should you attend? You will learn to:

            1. Respond to questions about what you do and what performance consulting is
            2. Leverage the information your client already uses and trusts
            3. Uncover quickly the factors that contribute to poor performance and miss opportunities
            4. Engage clients so they own the problem and the solution
            5. Present information so clients understand the relationship between what they do, the problem, the recommended solution, and the consequences
            6. Avoid the “silver bullet” syndrome
            7. Avoid the “paralysis by analysis” trap
            8. Overcome “there’s no money to evaluate” challenge
            9. Stay above the political fray
            10. Be associated with the positive side of consulting - “practical” “proven” “gets things done"

            Fee - $795;  ISPI members - $695;  Hale Center Professional Members - $595

              • 12 Sep 2022
              • 9:30 AM
              • 13 Sep 2022
              • 4:30 PM
              • Two days; 9:30-4:30 PM Central, virtual and live in Chicago
              Register

              Role, Job, Task, & Practice Analyses

              Sept 12 & 13

              Two days, 9:30am to 4:30pm  Central Time, online,
               

              Intended audience:  Professionals who are tasked with designing and conducting studies to identify and validate knowledge, skills, and competencies required for creating valid assessments, training events, and job descriptions.  

              Objectives

              Given a mandate to oversee or develop a credential; and given the need to identify and validate the knowledge, skills, and competencies of the target audience, during this practicum-based workshop, you will learn to:

              1. Explain the difference between a job, task, role, and cognitive analysis including the benefits and limitation of each
              2. Design and develop surveys
              3. Design and conduct individual interviews including structured and critical-incident
              4. Design and conduct group interviews including focused groups and Nominal Groups
              5. Design and conduct cognitive analyses
              6. Analyze the results of the study to identify domains and competencies
              7. Validate the results of the study
              8. Document the study so it meets accreditation standards
              The fee includes a digital copy of the Job, Task, and Cognitive Analyses Workbook containing a dozen rules, guidelines, and templates.   

              Past events

              18 May 2022 Wednesday with Judy-Virtual Reality
              12 May 2022 How to Decide What to Test & How
              12 May 2022 How to Control Error
              12 May 2022 How to Conduct a Critical-incident Interview and Analyze the Results
              05 May 2022 Testing Basics
              05 May 2022 Psychometric Basics
              05 May 2022 How to Conduct an Observational & Cognitive Interview
              21 Apr 2022 Coffee with Judy
              20 Apr 2022 Wednesday with Judy-Competence & Context
              29 Mar 2022 Mini Psycho Series: Item Analysis & Equivalency
              17 Mar 2022 Coffee with Judy
              15 Mar 2022 Mini Analytics Series: Standard Setting & Pass Scores
              15 Mar 2022 Mini Analytics Series: Analyzing Qualitative Data
              15 Mar 2022 Mini Testing Series: Build Checklists & Rubrics for Performance Items
              15 Mar 2022 Mini Testing Series: Build Performance-based Tests
              14 Mar 2022 Mini Data Series: How to Design Surveys & Interpret the Results
              11 Mar 2022 Overview of Performance Improvement Consulting
              07 Mar 2022 Mini Data Series: Conduct the Flanders Interaction Analysis
              24 Feb 2022 Coffee with Judy
              23 Feb 2022 Wednesday with Judy-Best Practices in Instructional Design
              22 Feb 2022 Mini Psycho Series: Item Analysis & Equivalency
              22 Feb 2022 Mini Testing Series: Item Analysis
              21 Feb 2022 Mini Data Series: How to Conduct and Interpret a Sociogram
              15 Feb 2022 Mini Analytics Series: Analyzing Quantitative Data
              15 Feb 2022 Mini Testing Series: Multiple-Choice Questions
              14 Feb 2022 Mini Data Series: How to Conduct the Nominal Group Technique
              11 Feb 2022 Overview of Credentialing
              08 Feb 2022 Mini Analytics Series: Controlling Error
              08 Feb 2022 Mini Testing Series: Deciding what & how to test
              07 Feb 2022 Mini Data Gathering Series: How to Conduct a Critical-incident Interview and Analyze the Results
              01 Feb 2022 1st in the Psychometric Mini Series: Psychometric Basics
              01 Feb 2022 Mini Analytics Certificate Series: Measurement & Psychometrics
              01 Feb 2022 Mini Testing Series: Testing Basics
              01 Feb 2022 Mini Testing Certificate Series: Tests & Assessments
              31 Jan 2022 Mini Data Gathering Series: How to Conduct an Observational & Cognitive Interview
              31 Jan 2022 Mini Data Gathering Certificate Series: How to Get Valid Data
              24 Jan 2022 THRIVE! Start Your Own Consulting Practice
              20 Jan 2022 Coffee with Judy
              19 Jan 2022 3rd Wednesday with Judy-Our Future
              16 Dec 2021 Coffee with Judy
              15 Dec 2021 3rd Wednesday with Judy-Our Future
              30 Nov 2021 2nd Symposium on the Economics of Ignorance
              17 Nov 2021 3rd Wednesday with Judy-Ignorance - Dismantling Freedoms
              28 Oct 2021 Coffee with Judy
              20 Oct 2021 3rd Wednesday with Judy-Ignorance
              14 Oct 2021 Consulting: Fundamentals of Performance Improvement Consulting
              11 Oct 2021 THRIVE! Start Your Own Consulting Practice
              20 Sep 2021 Annual Meeting
              09 Sep 2021 CPT Workshop
              26 Aug 2021 Mini Series: How to Conduct the Flanders Interaction Analysis
              25 Aug 2021 Mini Series: How to Build Effective Checklists for Scoring Performance Items
              25 Aug 2021 4th Wednesdays with Judy
              24 Aug 2021 Mini Series: Standard Setting & Pass Scores
              19 Aug 2021 Mini Series: How to Conduct and Interpret a Sociogram
              18 Aug 2021 Mini Series: How to Build Effective Performance-based Tests
              17 Aug 2021 Mini: Analyzing Qualitative Data
              12 Aug 2021 Mini Series: How to Conduct the Nominal Group Technique
              12 Aug 2021 Certified Performance Improvement Facilitator
              11 Aug 2021 Mini Series: How to Build Effective Multiple-Choice Questions
              10 Aug 2021 Mini: Analyzing Quantitative Data
              05 Aug 2021 Mini Series: How to Conduct a Critical-incident Interview and Analyze the Results
              04 Aug 2021 Mini Series: Deciding what & how to test
              03 Aug 2021 Psychometric Mini Series: Controlling Error
              29 Jul 2021 Mini Series: How to Conduct an Observational & Cognitive Interview
              28 Jul 2021 Mini Series: Testing Basics
              28 Jul 2021 Mini Series: How to Develop Tests & Assessments
              28 Jul 2021 4th Wednesdays with Judy
              27 Jul 2021 Psychometric Basics
              22 Jul 2021 Coffee with Judy
              15 Jul 2021 Overview of Performance Improvement Consulting
              14 Jul 2021 Certified Performance Improvement Facilitator
              01 Jul 2021 Mini: Analyzing Qualitative Data
              30 Jun 2021 Mini Series: How to Conduct the Flanders Interaction Analysis
              29 Jun 2021 Mini Series: How to Build Effective Rubrics for Performance Items
              24 Jun 2021 Mini: Analyzing Quantitative Data
              23 Jun 2021 Mini Series: How to Conduct the Nominal Group Technique
              23 Jun 2021 4th Wednesdays with Judy
              22 Jun 2021 Mini Series: How to Build Effective Checklists for Scoring Performance Items
              17 Jun 2021 Mini: Item Analysis & Equivalency
              16 Jun 2021 Mini Series: How to Design Surveys & Interpret the Results
              15 Jun 2021 Mini Series: How to Build Effective Performance-based Tests
              10 Jun 2021 Mini Series: Standard Setting
              09 Jun 2021 Mini Series: How to Conduct and Interpret a Sociogram
              08 Jun 2021 Mini Series: How to Build Effective Multiple-Choice Questions
              03 Jun 2021 Psychometric Mini Series: Controlling Error
              02 Jun 2021 Mini Series: How to Conduct a Critical-incident Interview and Analyze the Results
              01 Jun 2021 Mini Series: Deciding what & how to test
              27 May 2021 Psychometric Basics
              26 May 2021 4th Wednesdays with Judy
              25 May 2021 Mini Series: Testing Basics
              21 Apr 2021 3rd Wednesdays with Judy
              30 Mar 2021 How to Conduct a Job, Task, Practice and Cognitive Analyses
              24 Mar 2021 Fourth Wednesdays with Judy
              24 Feb 2021 Fourth Wednesdays with Judy
              17 Feb 2021 Training for ISPI's Job Study
              14 Jan 2021 CACP Orientation
              17 Dec 2020 Coffee with Judy
              19 Nov 2020 Consulting Series: Competence & Context
              19 Nov 2020 Coffee with Judy
              15 Nov 2020 Dress Rehearsal
              11 Nov 2020 Mini Series: How to Conduct and Interpret a Sociogram
              04 Nov 2020 Mini Series: How to Conduct a Critical-incident Interview and Analyze the Results
              29 Oct 2020 Chicago At Large Chapter - ISPI
              29 Oct 2020 Coffee with Judy
              28 Oct 2020 Mini Series: How to Conduct an Observational Interview
              28 Oct 2020 4th Wednesday with Judy: How to a Build Career Ladder
              21 Oct 2020 Mini Series: How to Develop Operational Definitions
              14 Oct 2020 Mini Series: How to Build Effective Rubrics for Performance Items
              07 Oct 2020 Mini Series: How to Build Effective Checklists for Scoring Performance Items
              30 Sep 2020 Mini Series: How to Build Effective Performance-based Tests
              24 Sep 2020 Chicago Chapter - ISPI
              23 Sep 2020 Mini Series: How to Build Effective Multiple-Choice Questions
              23 Sep 2020 4th Wednesday with Judy Program Viability
              18 Sep 2020 Symposium on the Economics of Ignorance
              27 Aug 2020 Chicago Chapter - ISPI
              27 Aug 2020 Coffee with Judy
              25 Aug 2020 Foundations of Credentialing
              23 Jul 2020 Coffee with Judy
              22 Jul 2020 4th Wednesday with Judy community projects
              17 Jul 2020 (copy) Mini Series: How to Conduct Sociograms
              09 Jul 2020 Chicago Chapter - ISPI
              25 Jun 2020 Coffee with Judy
              05 Jun 2020 CPT Workshop
              28 May 2020 Coffee with Judy
              27 May 2020 4th Wednesday with Judy: Hidden Cost of Automation (AI) on Critical Thinking
              12 May 2020 THRIVE: An Overview
              29 Apr 2020 4th Wednesday with Judy: Trends in credentialing
              24 Apr 2020 THRIVE: An Overview
              23 Apr 2020 Mini Series: How to Conduct Sociograms
              23 Apr 2020 Coffee with Judy
              22 Apr 2020 4th Wednesday with Judy: Trends in credentialing
              16 Apr 2020 Mini Series: How to Do Critical-incident Interviews
              09 Apr 2020 Mini Series: Observational Interviews
              02 Apr 2020 Mini Series: How to Develop Operational Definitions
              26 Mar 2020 Mini Series: How to Develop Rubrics
              26 Mar 2020 Virtual Coffee with Judy
              25 Mar 2020 4th Wednesday with Judy
              20 Mar 2020 Overview of Credentialing (repeat)
              19 Mar 2020 Mini Series: How to Develop Checklists
              12 Mar 2020 Mini Series: How to Develop Performance-based Tests
              05 Mar 2020 Mini Series: How to Develop Multiple-Choice Questions
              19 Feb 2020 Future of Work: What it means for Your organization
              30 Jan 2020 Mini Series: How to Do Critical-incident Interviews
              23 Jan 2020 Mini Series: Observational Interviews
              16 Jan 2020 Mini Series: How to Develop Operational Definitions
              09 Jan 2020 Mini Series: How to Develop Rubrics
              19 Dec 2019 Mini Series: How to Develop Checklists
              12 Dec 2019 Mini Series: How to Develop Performance-based Tests
              05 Dec 2019 Mini Series: How to Develop Multiple-Choice Questions
              07 Nov 2019 Preview of Future of Work
              30 Oct 2019 Consulting Series: The Politics of Consulting
              16 Oct 2019 Consultng: The Fundamentals of Performance Improvement
              07 Oct 2019 Credentialing: Practical Analytics and Psychometrics
              01 Oct 2019 Credentialing: Performance-based Assessments
              26 Sep 2019 Virtual Coffee Meet-up
              25 Sep 2019 4th Wednesday with Judy: The Inconvenient Truth About Micro-Learning
              10 Sep 2019 Credentialing: Job, Task, Practice and Cognitive Analyses
              28 Aug 2019 Fourth Wednesdays with Judy
              20 Aug 2019 Foundations of Credentialing - Certificate Program
              25 Jul 2019 Virtual Coffee Meet-up
              24 Jul 2019 Fourth Wednesdays with Judy
              26 Jun 2019 Fourth Wednesdays with Judy
              24 Jun 2019 Virtual Coffee Meet-up
              22 May 2019 Fourth Wednesdays with Judy
              20 May 2019 Virtual Coffee Meet-up
              26 Apr 2019 Overview of Credentialing
              27 Mar 2019 Fourth Wednesdays with Judy: emerging trends
              18 May 2018 Overview of Credentialing
              20 Apr 2018 Overview of Credentialing
              20 Oct 2017 Overview of Credentialing
              27 Sep 2017 Disrupt Institutionalized Ignorance: What is our role?
              20 Sep 2017 Certified Performance Improvement Facilitator Orientation
              15 Sep 2017 Overview of Credentialing
              13 Sep 2017 Disrupt Institutionalized Ignorance: What is our role?
              30 Aug 2017 Disrupt Institutionalized Ignorance: What is our role?
              16 Aug 2017 Disrupt Institutionalized Ignorance: What is our role?
              16 Aug 2017 Certified Performance Improvement Facilitator Orientation
              11 Aug 2017 Overview of Credentialing
              02 Aug 2017 Disrupt Institutionalized Ignorance: What is our role?
              28 Jul 2017 Overview of Credentialing
              19 Jul 2017 Certified Performance Improvement Facilitator Orientation
              14 Jul 2017 Overview of Credentialing
              07 Jul 2017 Overview of Credentialing
              21 Jun 2017 Certified Performance Improvement Facilitator Orientation
              17 May 2017 Certified Performance Improvement Facilitator Orientation
              19 Apr 2017 Certified Performance Improvement Facilitator Orientation
              15 Mar 2017 Certified Performance Improvement Facilitator Orientation
              08 Mar 2017 Course 3: Focus on Systemic Factors for School Improvement
              20 Feb 2017 Microcredential and Badging Quickstart (by request)
              15 Feb 2017 Certified Performance Improvement Facilitator Orientation
              08 Feb 2017 Course 2: Facilitate Meaning and Engagement for School Improvement
              18 Jan 2017 Certified Performance Improvement Facilitator Orientation
              11 Jan 2017 Course 1: Analyze and Apply Critical Judgment for School Improvement
              01 Jan 2017 2017 Practicum for CACP and CMBP
              08 Dec 2016 Practical Analytics and Psychometrics
              07 Dec 2016 Orientation to the Certified School Improvement Specialist (CSIS) Certification Process
              07 Dec 2016 2016-17 Application for Certified School Improvement Specialist (CSIS)
              09 Nov 2016 Orientation to the Certified School Improvement Specialist (CSIS) Certification Process
              01 Nov 2016 Getting the Doing Done
              13 Oct 2016 Performance-based Assessments
              12 Oct 2016 Orientation to the Certified School Improvement Specialist (CSIS) Certification Process
              06 Oct 2016 Assessment for Learning
              23 Sep 2016 Overview of Credentialing
              14 Sep 2016 Orientation to the Certified School Improvement Specialist (CSIS) Certification Process
              19 Aug 2016 Prepare for the Instructional Design (ID) Certifications
              10 Aug 2016 Orientation to the Certified School Improvement Specialist (CSIS) Certification Process
              10 Aug 2016 CSIS Virtual Live Professional Learning Community
              10 Aug 2016 Georgia Charter District Implementation Team Cohort
              22 Jul 2016 Overview of Credentialing
              15 Jul 2016 Prepare for the Instructional Design (ID) Certifications
              13 Jul 2016 Orientation to the Certified School Improvement Specialist (CSIS) Certification Process
              08 Jun 2016 Orientation to the Certified School Improvement Specialist (CSIS) Certification Process
              11 May 2016 Orientation to the Certified School Improvement Specialist (CSIS) Certification Process
              28 Jan 2016 Job, Task, Practice and Cognitive Analyses
              21 Jan 2016 Assessment for Learning
              14 Jan 2016 Foundations of Credentialing - Certificate Program
              12 Nov 2015 Performance-based Assessments
              06 Nov 2015 Overview of ID Certifications with Badges (free webinar)
              22 Oct 2015 Job, Task, Practice and Cognitive Analyses
              15 Oct 2015 Practical Analytics and Psychometrics
              01 Oct 2015 Foundations of Credentialing - Certificate Program
              25 Sep 2015 The Politics of Consulting
              23 Sep 2015 Orientation to the Certified School Improvement Specialist (CSIS) Certification Process
              22 Sep 2015 Certified Microcredential Specialist Education Series
              17 Sep 2015 The Business and Professional Side of Consulting
              07 Aug 2015 Overview of ID Certifications with Badges (free webinar)
              10 Jul 2015 Overview of ID Certifications with Badges (free webinar)
              09 Jul 2015 Assessment for Learning
              24 Jun 2015 Job, Task, Practice and Cognitive Analyses
              09 Jun 2015 Assessment for Learning
              05 Jun 2015 Overview of ID Certifications with Badges (free)
              08 May 2015 Overview of ID Certifications with Badges (free)
              07 May 2015 Assessment for Learning
              16 Apr 2015 Assessment for Learning
              09 Apr 2015 Job, Task, Practice and Cognitive Analyses
              09 Apr 2015 2015 Certified Assessment and Credentialing Professional practicum and certification
              03 Apr 2015 Overview of ID Certifications with Badges (free)
              13 Mar 2015 Overview of ID Certifications with Badges (free)
              11 Mar 2015 Orientation to the Certified School Improvement Specialist (CSIS) Certification Process
              05 Mar 2015 Performance-based Assessments
              18 Feb 2015 Orientation to the Certified School Improvement Specialist (CSIS) Certification Process
              06 Feb 2015 Overview of ID Certification & Badges (free)
              04 Feb 2015 Foundations of Credentialing - Certificate Program
              14 Jan 2015 Orientation to the Certified School Improvement Specialist (CSIS) Certification Process
              09 Jan 2015 Overview of ID Certification & Badges (free)
              01 Jan 2015 Apply for an ID certification with mark and badge
              10 Dec 2014 Orientation to the Certified School Improvement Specialist (CSIS) Certification Process
              02 Dec 2014 The Fundamentals of Performance Improvement Consulting Certificate Program
              25 Nov 2014 Overview of ID Certification & Badges (free)
              07 Nov 2014 Overview of Performance Improvement Consulting (free)
              31 Oct 2014 Overview of ID Certification & Badges (free)
              27 Oct 2014 Practical Analytics & Psychometrics
              22 Oct 2014 Orientation to the Certified School Improvement Specialist (CSIS) Certification Process
              08 Oct 2014 Orientation to the Certified School Improvement Specialist (CSIS) Certification Process
              02 Oct 2014 Project-based Credentialing Practicum
              30 Sep 2014 Orientation to the Certified School of Improved Performance (CSIP) Certification Process
              29 Sep 2014 The Politics of Consulting
              26 Sep 2014 Overview of ID Badges (free)
              05 Sep 2014 Overview of Credentialing
              27 Aug 2014 Orientation to the Certified School of Improved Performance (CSIP) Certification Process
              22 Aug 2014 Overview of ID Badges (free)
              01 Aug 2014 Apply for an ID Badge in learning solutions development
              31 Jul 2014 Patterson Drilling Part II
              30 Jul 2014 Orientation to the Certified School of Improved Performance (CSIP) Certification Process
              18 Jul 2014 Overview of Performance Improvement Consulting (free)
              09 Jul 2014 Orientation to the Certified School Improvement Specialist (CSIS) Certification Process
              08 Jul 2014 Foundations of Credentialing - Certificate Program
              25 Jun 2014 Patterson Drilling Part I
              11 Jun 2014 Job, Task and Cognitive Analyses
              01 May 2014 Performance-based Assessments
              18 Apr 2014 Overview of Performance Improvement Consulting (free)
              28 Mar 2014 Project-based Credentialing Practicum
              20 Mar 2014 Performance-based Assessments
              07 Mar 2014 Overview of Credentialing (free)
              27 Feb 2014 Orientation to the Certified School of Improved Performance Certification Process
              19 Feb 2014 Orientation to the Certified School Improvement Specialist (CSIS) Certification Process
              05 Feb 2014 Orientation to the Certified School Improvement Specialist (CSIS) Certification Process
              04 Feb 2014 Overview of Human Performance Improvement in Education
              30 Jan 2014 Foundations of Credentialing - Certificate Program
              28 Jan 2014 Orientation to the Certified School Improvement Specialist (CSIS) Certification Process
              23 Jan 2014 High Performing Leader Community of Practice
              17 Jan 2014 Overview of Performance Improvement Consulting (free)
              03 Jan 2014 Overview of Credentialing
              01 Jan 2014 Application for Certified School of Improved Performance with IndiStar (CSIP-I) 2014
              31 Dec 2013 Application for Certified School Improvement Specialist (CSIS) 2014
              20 Nov 2013 Overview of Competence in Context Webinar (Free)
              01 Nov 2013 Overview of Performance Improvement Consulting (free)
              01 Nov 2013 School Improvement Specialist (CSIS) Application 2013
              16 Oct 2013 Overview to Certification (Free webinar)
              16 Oct 2013 Overview of Certification & Credentialing
              15 Oct 2013 Orientation to the Certified School Improvement Specialist (CSIS) Certification Process
              11 Oct 2013 Hard Data-Soft Data Webinar (Free)
              03 Oct 2013 School Improvement Specialist (CSIS): November Certification Review
              01 Oct 2013 School Improvement Specialist (CSIS): September Certification Review
              26 Sep 2013 TIfPI Orientation
              20 Sep 2013 Overview of Credentialing
              17 Sep 2013 HPI for Education
              12 Sep 2013 Practical Psychometrics (Pilot)
              10 Sep 2013 Professional’s Plain Language Business Writing (A TIFPI Certificate Program)
              09 Sep 2013 CPT Workshop
              01 Sep 2013 School Improvement Specialist (CSIS): September Certification Review
              13 Aug 2013 Overview HPI for Education (free webinar)
              07 Aug 2013 Orientation to the Certified School Improvement Specialist (CSIS) Certification Process
              02 Aug 2013 Overview of Performance Improvement Consulting
              01 Aug 2013 School Improvement Specialist (CSIS): August Certification Review
              26 Jul 2013 Hard Data-Soft Data Webinar (Free)
              15 Jul 2013 The Politics of Consulting
              10 Jul 2013 Orientation to the Certified School Improvement Specialist (CSIS) Certification Process
              10 Jul 2013 Orientation to the Certified School Improvement Specialist (CSIS) Certification Process
              24 Jun 2013 CPT Workshop
              16 May 2013 TIfPI Orientation
              13 May 2013 The Fundamentals of Performance Improvement Consulting Certificate Program
              03 May 2013 Overview of Performance Improvement Consulting
              25 Apr 2013 Proven Practices for Coaching Under-Performers (Certificate)
              07 Mar 2013 HPI for Education
              27 Feb 2013 Alpha Test of Launch Workshop Series
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