4th Wednesday with Judy
How to Build a Career Ladder:
Continuous Improvement Team
Performance Improvement in Action
The Center continues with its series of stories showing the impact of performance improvement when applied to real situations. This month's story is about how PI was applied to build a career ladder for a continuous improvement team. Our presenter is Stephanie Johnson who works for PACCAR. Her process and what she learned from the assignment can be used by all of us. Join us to learn more about a topic increasingly needed for workforce development.
Stephanie R. Johnson, PhD, CPT, is a Black Belt. She is on the ISPI Board of Directors. Stephanie can be reached at Stephanie.Johnson@PACCAR.com.
Register now and you will receive a meeting invitation with your confirmation. You will be able to log on 15 minutes early to check your connection.
Conducting observational interviews is a key skill for anyone who has been charged with finding out how experts do their work and why they make the decisions they do. The tool includes a set of questions you can adapt and a protocol for setting up and conducting the process. You will find out how to avoid common mistakes.
Objectives: You will be able to:
Length: 60 minutes
Materials: Workbook and a QC Guide
Contact Judy@HaleCenter.org if you have questions.
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Coffee with Judy
Oct 29 at 9 AM Central
Please join us for an informal chat. You must register, if you want to get the link to join.
ISPI Chicago At Large Chapter
Virtual & Live
Join the conversation on Thursday, October 29th at 3 pm central time on Zoom to continue developing the plan to start the new Live & Virtual ISPI Chicago At Large Chapter. The plan is for the Chapter to host meetings 4 times a year, during the 2nd month of each quarter - Feb, May, Aug, and Nov. Members may participate in meetings in-person or virtually. Current thoughts are for meetings to be held mid-day. Professionals from across the globe and at all experience levels are invited to attend!
Thanks for your interest and if you have questions, please email me at Judy@HaleCenter.org or call 1-630-235-0195.
Ever wonder why some people are just better at doing a task than other people? This data gathering method is specifically designed to surface the attributes that discriminate those who do well from those who do average. The tool includes a set of guidelines for how to design and conduct the interview with examples of questions you can refine for your own situation
Length: 45 minutes
Materials: Workbook with guidelines
Contact Judy@HaleCenter.org if you have questions.
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Mini Series: How to Conduct Sociograms
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 miniseries on testing and assessment methods.
Drop in if you are interested. Sunday, Nov 15 at 2pm One hour. Feedback is expected.
Part of the Consulting Series
$39; Free to Mini Series Participants
Organizations invest in creating competencies and competency models to help guide hiring, development, and promotional decisions. They spend time and energy defining the skills and knowledge required of employees, suppliers, and aftermarket partners. However, developers of competencies rarely take into consideration how competence depends on variables in the marketplace, workplace, work, and workforce. This webinar will give you tools and guidelines for defining competence is a way that is relevant to your situation.
You will get:
This webinar is part of the Center's Consulting Series. Earn points toward the maintenance of your CPT. Contact Judy@HaleCenter.org if you have questions or want more information.
The Certified Assessment & Credentialing Professional (CACP) is an evidence-based certification awarded to those whose have demonstrated expertise in designing, developing, marketing, validating, and administering credentials including certifications, certificate programs, badges, and micro-credentials. This free 75-min Orientation introduces you to the program, helps you assess your readiness, and select a practicum if needed. To learn more about the CACP, visit the section on credentials at www.HaleCenter.org.
This 3-hour workshop is part of the consulting series for experienced consultants. It explains 8 risk management strategies designed to identify hazards and reduce exposure. The strategies include risk to people, property, financial, and intellectual assets. The workshop is designed to help internal and external consultants earn a seat at the table.
Objectives are for you, with the help of guidelines and in collaboration with clients, to:
The fee is $175 and $155 for Professional and ISPI members
THRIVE! How to Start Your Own Business in a Gig Economy
This 12-hour online workshop is delivered in three 4-hour segments scheduled on Mondays between 4:30 and 8:30 PM central time starting Jan. 25th. The workshop is for new entrepreneurs starting their own company, freelancers, and independent contractors. The benefits to you are:
The goals of the program are to help you in your journey into the Gig Economy by learning how to:
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.
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