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  • 11 Sep 2014 7:56 PM | Deleted user

    ATDSTL members and guests are cordially invited to attend the St. Louis ISPI’s 2014 Fall Conference.
    The conference is a Half-Day ROI Workshop featuring Jack Phillips, Ph.D from the ROI Institute
    Date/Time: Oct 3, 2014  8 a.m.-Noon

    Early bird rates end Sept 22nd

    For more information on the conference:

  • 29 Aug 2014 1:57 PM | Deleted user

    Resources from Marlene Chism’s 08/28/14 Stop Workplace Drama: A Message of Personal & Professional Empowermnet luncheon presentation are posted to the members only section of the website.

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  • 28 Jun 2014 10:29 AM | Deleted user

    Resources from Dr. John Henschke's  06/26/14 Applying Andragogical Principles to Corporate Functioning presentation are posted to the members only section of the website.  (requires log in as a member) 

  • 22 May 2014 3:42 PM | Deleted user
    Resources from Kim Rochettii's  05/22/14 Lean Six Sigma for Improving Training Programs presentation are posted to the members only section of the website.  (requires log in as a member)

  • 27 Mar 2014 11:31 PM | Deleted user

    Resources from Carol Clark's and Jim Sokolowski's  03/26/14 Game-based Learning:
    To Play or Not to Play
    presentation are posted to the members only section of the website.  (requires log in as a member)

  • 01 Mar 2014 12:46 PM | Deleted user

    Resources from Rob Portnoy's 02/27/14 Speech Coaching Guidelines for Learning Professionals presentation are posted are posted to the members only section of the website.  (requires log in as a member)

  • 07 Dec 2013 10:51 AM | Deleted user

    Resources from the 12/05/13 Holiday Luncheon are posted.  (requires log in as a member)

  • 30 Sep 2013 11:16 AM | Deleted user

    Resources from Julie Willianson's and Stephenie Meyer's  9/26/13 presentation,
    Shaping Change with Social Media What, Why, How, When, Where
    are posted to the members only section of the website:  (requires log in as a member)

  • 05 Sep 2013 1:56 PM | Deleted user

    ASTD St. Louis affiliates and guests are invited to attend the STL-ISPI’s 2013 Fall Workshop. Unfortunately this is the same day as the ASTDSTL Learn St. Louis conference.

    If you can’t make the conference, this is a great place to be. Both will be excellent events!

    "Principles and Practices of Performance Improvement: Proven Techniques of Performance Consulting for Improving Organizations and People”

    Oct 18th from 8am – Noon

    The STLISPI program will be presented by Judith Hale and is targeted at those who want to strengthen their performance improvement consulting skills and influence within an organization. The workshop covers three main topics:

    • Fundamentals of Performance Improvement

    From Performance & Cause Analysis to Intervention Development, Delivery and Evaluation

    • Performance Consulting Skills

    Facilitator or Expert? Skills for both roles such as Giving Feedback, Confronting, Modeling Behaviors, and Coaching

    • Building Professional Influence

    How to define your expertise, build credibility and increase your outreach

    Here's a link for more information:

  • 05 Sep 2013 1:50 PM | Deleted user

    KC ASTD Fall Conference - Instructional Design for ELearning

    Keynote: Barbara Carnes, Ph.D.


    Tuesday, October 29, 2013


    Johnson County Community College, Regnier Buiding, RC 175,181,183
    9780 W 87th St, Overland Park, KS 66212

    This program will help you develop individualized, asynchronous eLearning experiences. Invigorate your traditional instructional design with fresh eLearning techniques based on examples from organizations who have implemented successful asynchronous virtual training programs. Particular attention is paid to how to create instructional design solutions from scratch. The focus is on skillfully meeting instructional design challenges in any industry, and on applying principles of effective eLearning to individualized models. 

    Two tracks are offered, fundamental and advanced.

    Use this opportunity to network with other learning and performance professionals and meet with vendors to find the right tools to meet your needs.

    The fundamental track is designed for practitioners new to asynchronous or non-concurrent eLearning technology but not inexperienced in training and performance; practitioners wanting to brush up on the newest techniques; instructional designers; curriculum builders; learning managers; courseware producers; sales, safety, health care, finance, higher education, and government trainers. If you’re moving from instructor-led training into the world of e-learning, this track is a uniquely valuable place to start.

    The advanced track is designed for a multitude of professional backgrounds, but is primarily designed for those who are experienced in training and performance who want to deepen their skills in eLearning instructional design: managers, developers, designers, instructors, and courseware producers.


    Link for more information and registration:

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