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The Institute’s Mentorship program is a unique opportunity to build a supportive and mutually beneficial relationship with someone in the field of performance and learning. Through the MentorCity software, participants are able to create a profile, find Mentor and Mentee matches, and build meaningful mentoring relationships.
An orientation webinar will be on January 29th, 2019 at 12pm EST, registrants will be sent a dial-in number to participate. If you are unable to attend, the session will be recorded as well.
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Who should take part in From Paper to Practice?
You are a learning professional wanting to review the Competencies and practically apply them day to day, OR
You are new to the profession and want to add seven meaningful tools to your L&D toolkit, OR
You are on the path to CTP or CTDP certification and want to enhance your preparation, OR
You are a student and want to get yourself ready for a career in performance, learning and development, OR
You are passionate about learning and performance!
What is it?
A unique, LIVE, virtual mini course in seven parts on each of the Competencies developed by I4PL, facilitated by master facilitator Moe Poirier. The “Competencies for Performance and Learning” is the body of knowledge and framework for the learning and development professional.
Once a month from March to September, specific dates can be found here.
Ways to save!
Register for the bundle by Feb 11 and save $255!*
Early Bird Member Price: $550.00 ($78.57 per workshop!)
Early Bird Non-member Price: $785.00 ($112.14 per workshop!)
Students, 2018 Conferences Attendees, and Groups of 5+ also receive reduced pricing, email us for more details!
Member Price (after February 11th): $610.00
Non-member Price (after February 11th): $845.00
All prices include tax.
Learning design in partnership with TuesdayAfternoon Media.
*Savings are based on buying the bundle versus buying each workshop individually.
Member: Nancy Priest
Position: Founder and CEO
Company: Glass of Learning Inc.
What do you do?
I am the founder of Glass of Learning Inc., a consulting firm specializing in corporate learning programs.
Having spent more than 25 years in learning and development, I have developed a broad repertoire and experience in establishing client relationships, and creating reputable and innovative training programs for businesses.
Three words that describe you:
Driven, Mindful, Dedicated
What are your career aspirations:
Shatter perceptions and release human potential — make a difference in people’s lives by helping them to be all that they can be. This is implemented through people development.
| || 2019 Conference Registration|
How we speak and attempt to share information in the world of Change Management is important. The approach and indeed, the terminology itself can create an unconscious divide between us (Change Management people) and the rest of the world. Here is how you can overcome this obstacle.
National webinars are always free for members and $50 +tax for non-members.
These events count towards 1 credit hour each for certification maintenance.
Please note that there are two steps in the registration process. First, you are required to register on IMIS (The I4PL website) and then the second step is to register on the ZOOM platform. The second step will be sent to you 48 hours before the webinar that will then send a confirmation email with the dial-in instructions. For questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
To view complete event descriptions, please go to the Events Page.
| || Performance and Learning in the News|
Does this scenario sound familiar to you (or does it apply for someone you work with)? You love learning and growing at work, but you feel you've stopped doing so to the extent that you want. However, when you start up the learning and growth engine once again, it can stall, with the new information being retained for a short while but then soon forgotten. True behaviour change is never realized — that training/learning evaporates in the wind.
I recently sent a screenshot to a colleague that gently poked fun at the fact I was finally ranked above her in an app we use for work-related social media posts. She quickly wrote back that she would have to "step up her game." This simple example shows the power of gamification in the workplace.
Learning is an important and lifelong activity for any human being. We continue to learn and absorb new things every day. But to really learn, we have to apply our knowledge in real life. There isn’t one consistent action for gaining knowledge every day.
Inside Higher Ed
Higher education is still sorting out how best to integrate the MOOC innovation into its core. In the history of higher education, the six years that have passed since the dawn of MOOCs is a blip. It is true that the original hype was overblown. But it is unfair to criticize institutions and providers like Coursera and edX for figuring out where the technological innovation can mesh with learner demand and their own capabilities.
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