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| || End of Year Letter from Executive Director, Lorianne Weston |
This year we have seen a lot of activity at I4PL and I'm extremely proud of what we’ve accomplished over 2019. It was my first year as I4PL Executive Director and it has been an absolute pleasure working with the dedicated Board of Directors, Chapter volunteers and committee volunteers. So, with 2019 almost over, I'd like to look back and celebrate our efforts, and then look ahead to what's in store for I4PL.
We have seen an exponential increase in the I4PL professional development offerings for members and non-members in the performance and learning community. The Board understood the need for more professional development activities, and this thirst was reconfirmed during the all-member consultation carried out on the Thoughtexchange platform.
Congratulations to all who earned their designations from July – November!
Robert Berge, Hamilton-Niagara Chapter
Neila Gopaul Penn, Toronto Chapter
Tania Hassan, Toronto Chapter
Elizabeth Nahabetian, Toronto Chapter
Alyssa Reece, Durham Chapter
Abeer Altal, Peel-Halton Chapter
Nahla Aly, Peel-Halton Chapter
Ronen Bachar, Toronto Chapter
Heather Blake, Edmonton Chapter
Georgia Carley, Toronto Chapter
Stephanie Coe, Vancouver Island Chapter
Maria Carolina Corral, Hamilton-Niagara Chapter
Marlon Cruz, Edmonton Chapter
Bruce Dale, Toronto Chapter
Julieta Grieco, Toronto Chapter
Yvonne Havlicek, Toronto Chapter
Jason Headley, Toronto Chapter
Patricia Hines, Durham Chapter
Zaimin Karmali, Toronto Chapter
Lily Liu, Toronto Chapter
Emily Lloyd, Toronto Chapter
Brian Lue, Toronto Chapter
Melissa Miller, Calgary Chapter
Sheri Ogden, London & Area Chapter
Tanya Poppleton, Toronto Chapter
Sophye Robert, Ottawa-Gatineau Chapter
Lauren Small, Toronto Chapter
Karen Ta, Toronto Chapter
Helen Tran, Toronto Chapter
Alix Tumback, Regina Chapter
Karon Wong, Vancouver and Mainland BC Chapter
Lara Yuzwa, Toronto Chapter
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| || Performance and Learning in the News|
The beginning of a fresh year is the perfect opportunity to press the reset button and drive ahead with those L&D changes that are hard to move forward on, but which you know are invaluable to the business. Here are four strategies to help you build momentum and see good results.
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Workflow learning and performance support are terms you may be familiar within a learning context. There are many articles that describe these terms, such as 5 Fundamental Ways Workflow Learning Differs from Training or Five Reasons to Use Performance Support. In this article I will describe a real-world scenario where these concepts are used in practice, and I will show you a video of a digital platform that implements them.
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