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The following public workshops and presentations on improving workplace performance will be presented by Roger Chevalier. Click on the links to visit conference website for more information and to register for the workshop.

 

One-Day Pre-conference Workshop, International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) annual conference. Indianapolis, IN, 13 - 16 April 2014

Performance Improvement Consulting: Ideas, Models, and Tools

This workshop equips consultants with state-of-the-art information for improving individual and organizational performance by providing ideas, models, and tools necessary to systematically consult with clients. The workshop is based on three sessions selected as Encore presentations at past annual ISPI conferences and on Roger's award-winning book entitled, A Manager's Guide to Improving Workplace Performance. Participants will have the opportunity to use what they learned in a highly interactive skill practice.

Participants will be able to:

  • Use a structured performance consulting process.
  • Identify performance shortfalls.
  • Determine the underlying causes for these shortfalls.
  • Select appropriate interventions to improve performance.
  • Manage the change process and evaluate the results.

     

75 minute Educational Session

International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) annual conference. Indianapolis, IN, 13 - 16 April 2014

Models and Tools for Performance Analysis 

This session will provide internal and external consultants with ideas, models, and tools to systematically and systemically analyze performance shortfalls. Included in the session are a performance consulting guide, a structure for asking questions, and a performance analysis worksheet (integrating gap analysis, cause analysis, and force field analysis) to assist consultants in working one-on-one with the managers they serve. An interactive case study will reinforce what has been learned.

Participants will be able to:

  • Systematically interact with their clients using a performance consulting job aid.
  • Develop questions to assess and diagnose the needs of their clients.
  • Identify performance gaps and causes using a performance aid that employs gap analysis, cause analysis, and force field analysis.

For more information on he ISPI Performance Improvement Conference, please go to: www.ispi.org

 

 

 

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