ISPI Central Florida Chapter

The connect with ISPI CFC fall tour

  • 19 Sep 2013
  • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • JetBlue University, 8265 Hangar Blvd., Orlando, FL 32827

Registration

  • This is a special, discounted rate for our hosting organization, JetBlue. In order to qualify, you must be an employee of JetBlue. Discount Code required. You may obtain your discount code from your JetBlue representative. (NOTE: for free admission as a JetBlue Crewmember, you must also be a paying ISPI-CFC Member).
  • This is a special, discounted rate for our hosting organization, JetBlue. In order to qualify, you must be an employee of JetBlue and also a member of ISPI-CFC. Discount Code required. You may obtain your discount code from your JetBlue representative.
  • This is a special, discounted rate for our neighboring Tampa Bay ISPI Chapter. Discount Code required. You may obtain your discount code from your chapter representative.

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International Society for Performance Improvement
Central Florida Chapter

 
Event: The connect with ISPI CFC fall tour 
Topic 1: ISPI Value and the HPT Standards – Our Discriminators
Topic 2: Understanding Organizational Strength; Creating a high performing organization
Topic 3: Information Visualization: A HPT Perspective
6:10 – 6:30 ISPI Committee Showcase – Cafeteria
6:30 – 6:40
Welcome – JBU Center           
6:40 – 6:55
Get to know our facilitators
6:55 – 7:25
Tim Brock
7:25 – 7:55
Colleen Ramos
7:55 – 8:25
Jason Lei and Amy Legge
8:25 – 8:30 Closing, Q&A

 

SESSION INFORMATION:

Speaker: Dr. Tim Brock, CPT

Topic:  ISPI Value and the HPT Standards – Our Discriminators

Description:  ISPI is all about evidence-based practices and not fads, like learning styles.  The session will cover how ISPI is results-driven as well as how our HPT Standards drive our profession and the topics/speakers we have invited to present at our chapter meetings the past two years.  After this short presentation, you will understand:

· How ISPI can be a key contributor to your professional development needs and goals.
· How the artful application of the HPT Standards can distinguish you in the workplace as someone who gets it and gets it done.

Speaker: Dr. Colleen Ramos

Topic: Understanding Organizational Strength; Creating a high performing organization

 

Description:  Maximizing your human resources means creating an engaged, focused, and highly energetic work force. Leveraging the strengths that each of your employees is innately prewired for performance excellence, is the key to a highly innovative culture and energetic work force. In most cases, employee selection is guided by a resume, experience, and education, without any attention to employee strengths. Short-term performance gives way to depleted focus, energy, and lower retention over the long-term. A strengths perspective will provide sustained focused, energy, and performance excellence, while increasing retention and innovation. If you want to see the best from your work force, a strengths approach will create a highly focused and engaged work force and keep your people motivated and energetic.

 

Engagement is the driver of a high performance organization.

· High performing organizations is achieved through a high performing work force.

· A high performing work force is achieved when employees are working in their strengths.

· Employees that work in their strengths possess greater focus, energy, and ideas.

· Employees that have greater focus get energized at work and organizations that utilize strengths at work have higher retention.

 

Web:  www.discoverperma.com

Speakers: Dr. Jason Lei and Amy Legge

Topic: Information Visualization: A HPT Perspective

Description: Information visualization is more than creating a chart in an Office application. Any visual representation should begin with asking the right questions, defining stakeholders’ business goals, and understanding the context surrounding a decision. As part of the “storytelling” in evaluation, information visualization can facilitate understanding of data to support informed decisions and collaborative action. This workshop will provide an overview and hands-on experience on visual perceptions, analytical design principles, and reporting practices.

· Distinguish types of visualization

· Understand three facts of visual perceptions

· Apply six principles for analysis and presentation of data

· Adapt five practices to prepare a non-fictional report

 

Directions:

JetBlue University is located at 8265 Hangar Blvd., Orlando, FL 32827. JetBlue U is situated on the NE area of the Orlando Int'l. Airport property. Take 528 to Goldenrod Rd. and go South. Take the first right, on to Cargo Rd. Take the next right, on to Hangar Blvd. Take the second entrance on the right, to enter the JetBlue U facility. At the gate, buzz the receptionist and let them know you're here for the ISPI event. They will raise the gate and you can proceed through. Turn to the left and park anywhere there is an open spot.



 

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