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    • 17 Nov 2020
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    • 17 Nov 2025
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    CFT

    Certified Facilitator

     of Training

    This link is for professionals who want to apply for this performance-based certification including those who deliver curricula for the International Facility Management Association (IFMA).  You will receive instructions for submitting your application.  

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

    • 18 Feb 2021
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    • 16 Dec 2021
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    • 11 sessions
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    Coffee with Judy

    4th Thursday of Every Month at 9 AM Central

    May 27th, June 24th, July 22nd, Aug 26th

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

    • 25 May 2021
    • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM (CDT)
    • Virtual
    • 15
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    Testing Basics

    75 Minutes

    This mini-webinar defines what constitutes a test, and what makes a test valid and reliable.  It describes the different types of tests comparing them in terms of their fidelity and what knowledge, skill, and ability each is designed to assess.  It compares the types of tests based on their fidelity (how life or work like they are).  This is first topic in the mini series on testing.  The other topics are deciding what and how to test, multiple-choice questions, performance items, checklists, and rubrics. 

    Objectives:  You will be able to: 

    • Explain what is a test according to the American Psychological Society.
    • What is required for a test to be valid and reliable.
    • Explain how the different types of test compare in terms of their fidelity.
    Cost: $59, discounts are available to ISPI and Hale Center Professional Members

    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.

    • 26 May 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (CDT)
    • virtual
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    4th Wednesday with Judy: Bias & Discrimination in AI

    May 26, Noon Central, 90 minutes 


    This session explains how bias occurs in the design of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and deep learning algorithms created to automate human decision making.  

    Why should you attend? You will gain a deeper understanding of:

    • The process used to develop artificial intelligence and machine learning applications. 
    • Where and how bias and discrimination occurs in the development process. 
    • Best practices for managing bias and mitigating discrimination. 
      You will receive a link upon registration.  
    • 26 May 2021
    • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM (CDT)
    • Virtual
    • 19
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    How to Conduct Observational & Cognitive Interviews

    75 Minutes

    Conducting observational and cognitive 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 Workbook and Toolkit include 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: 

    • Follow the guidelines for designing and conducting observational and cognitive interviews 
    • Choose questions that get the information you require for your situation  
    • Uncover the behaviors and thought processes required to do a task or a series of tasks 

    Cost: $59, discounts are available to ISPI and Hale Center Professional Members. 

    Materials:  Workbook and QC Guide with job aids you can adapt to your own situation.

    Contact Judy@HaleCenter.org if you have questions. 

    This is the first in the mini series on data gathering methods.  Other topics include critical-incident interviews, sociograms, surveys, the  Nominal Group Technique, and the Flanders Interaction Analysis.  Visit Workshops to learn more about our offerings. 

    • 27 May 2021
    • 3:00 PM - 4:15 PM (CDT)
    • Virtual
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    Psychometric Basics

    75 Minutes

    This session explains: 1) when, why, and how to clean your data; 2) the difference between quantitative and qualitative data, 3) what makes data hard compared to soft and why it matters, 4) the typical data sources, and 5) common data gathering and analysis methods.   

    The Basics is part of the Psychometric Mini Series.  Other topics in the series are how to control error, standard setting, item analysis and equivalency of test forms, analyzing quantitative data, and analyzing qualitative data.

    Objectives: you will be able to explain:

    1. The value of cleaning data
    2. The difference between quantitative, qualitative, hard, and soft data
    3. The typical data sources
    4. The common data gathering methods

    Materials:  You will receive a workbook and a QC guide

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

    Contact Judy@HaleCenter.org to learn more and find out how to arrange for an in-house program.

    • 01 Jun 2021
    • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM (CDT)
    • Virtual
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    HOw to Decide What & How to Test

    75 Minutes

    This mini-webinar gives you rules and guidelines for deciding what and how to test knowledge, skills, and abilities.  You are shown how to use the guidelines to define what, why, and how to test and then create a test blueprint for the design of the test.  Based on criticality, a blueprint communicates what percent of the test is dedicated to each knowledge, skills, and ability or domain.  This is the second topic in the mini series on testing.  The other topics are testing basics, multiple-choice questions, performance items, checklists, and rubrics. 

    Objectives:  You will be able to: 

    • Create operational definitions for each domain or body of knowledge. 
    • Weight the criticality of the body of knowledge 
    • Develop a test blueprint
    • Select the most appropriate item type based on the definition. 
    Length: 75 minutes

    Materials:  Workbook with job aids and a QC guide.

    Cost: $69, discounts are available to ISPI and Hale Center Professional Members. 

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

    Visit workshops to learn more about other offerings.

    • 02 Jun 2021
    • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM (CDT)
    • Virtual
    • 19
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    How to Conduct Critical-incident Interviews

    45 Minutes

    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 Work Book includes guidelines on how to design and conduct the interview with examples of questions you can refine for your own situation

    Objectives:  You will be able to: 

    • Create questions that surface behaviors that discriminate people who are competent from those who are not  
    • Elicit responses that uncover the factors that competent people recognize when performing tasks and interacting with people   
    • Conduct the interviews that follow best practices  

    Length: 45 minutes  Contact Judy@HaleCenter.org if you have questions.  

    Cost: $59, discounts are available to ISPI and Hale Center Professional Members. 

    This is part of the mini series on data gathering.  Other topics include: Observational Interviews, Sociograms, Surveys, Nominal Group Technique, and the Flanders Interaction Analysis. 

    • 03 Jun 2021
    • 3:00 PM - 4:15 PM (CDT)
    • Virtual
    • 19
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    How to Control Error

    75 Minutes

    How to Control the Four Sources of Bias (Sampling, Construct, Content, and Administrative).  Bias is a part of every study; however, it can be managed, even mitigated with the proper steps.  Otherwise, bias can lead to bad decisions.  The focus of this session is on how to manage bias.

    This session is part of the six-part psychometric mini series.  Other topics in the series are Psychometric Basics, Standard Setting, Item Analysis, Analyzing Quantitative Data, and Analyzing Qualitative Data.

    Objectives:   You will be able to 

    1. Identify the four sources of bias
    2. Identify practices that mitigate and magnify error

    Materials:  You will receive a workbook with job aids and a QC guide you can adapt to your own work.

    Cost:  $59, discounts are available to ISPI members and Hale Center Professional Members.

    • 08 Jun 2021
    • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM (CDT)
    • Virtual
    • 20
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    How to Develop Effective Multiple-Choice Questions

    75 Minutes

    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 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 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

    Length: 75 minutes

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

    • 09 Jun 2021
    • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM (CDT)
    • Virtual
    • 20
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    How to Conduct Sociograms

    60 minutes

    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: 69, 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.

    • 10 Jun 2021
    • 3:00 PM - 4:15 PM (CDT)
    • Virtual
    • 19
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    Standard Setting

    Setting Pass Scores

    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 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: $69, discounts are available to ISPI members, and Hale Center Professional Members.

    • 15 Jun 2021
    • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM (CDT)
    • Virtual
    • 20
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    How to Develop Performance-based Tests

    This mini-webinar describes three 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:  $89, discounts are available to ISPI and Hale Center Professional Members. 

    • 16 Jun 2021
    • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM (CDT)
    • Virtual
    • 20
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    How to Design Surveys & Interpret the Results

    60 minutes

    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 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. 

    • 17 Jun 2021
    • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM (CDT)
    • Virtual
    • 20
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    HOw to do Item Analyses & Confirm Tests are equivalent

    75 Minutes

    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" psychometric mini-series.  Other topics in the 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.

    • 22 Jun 2021
    • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM (CDT)
    • Virtual
    • 20
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    How to Develop Checklists 

    This mini-workshop answers when and why to use checklists compared to rubrics.  Your tool will help you and your subject matter experts develop checklists that capture the key behaviors expected of someone who can do a task to standard.  You will see examples of well-designed and poorly designed checklists.   This is one topic in the six-part mini series on testing.  The other topics are testing basics, deciding on what and how to test, multiple-choice questions, performance items, and rubrics. 

    Objectives:  Given a request to create checklists to judge people's proficiency in a task, you will be able to:

    • Identify and list each step of the task
    • Decide if and where sequence matters
    • Include the criteria to judge how well each step was done
    • Comply with the guidelines for creating checklists

    Length: 45 minutes

    Materials:  Guidelines with rules for creating checklists

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

    Cost: $59, discounts are available to ISPI members and Hale Center Professional Members.

    • 23 Jun 2021
    • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM (CDT)
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    How to Conduct the Nominal Group Technique (NGT)

    75 minutes

    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 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. 

    • 24 Jun 2021
    • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM (CDT)
    • Virtual
    • 20
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    HOw to Analyze Quantitative data

    60 Minutes

    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.   

    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.

    • 29 Jun 2021
    • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM (CDT)
    • Virtual
    • 20
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    How to Develop Effective Rubrics

    This mini-webinar covers the ins and outs of creating a rubric 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 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, performance items, and checklists. 

    Objectives:  You will be able to: 

    • Create a template that list key behaviors 
    • List the attributes of different levels of each behavior from exemplar to unacceptable
    • Create rubrics that comply with the guidelines.

    Length: 60 minutes

    Materials:  Workbook with guidelines

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


    • 30 Jun 2021
    • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM (CDT)
    • Virtual
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    How to Conduct the Flanders Interaction Analysis

    60 minutes

    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:  $79, discounts for ISPI and Professional Members.  Contact Judy@HaleCenter.org if you are interested in an in-house program. 

    • 01 Jul 2021
    • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM (CDT)
    • Virtual
    • 20
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    HOw to Analyze qualitative data

    60 Minutes

    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.

Past events

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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