When HPI, Not Training, Is the Answer
As practitioners, we know training is not always the answer, but we are often faced with requests for that magical training that will “fix” organizational and individual performance. HPI Consultant, Vivian Bringslimark will share insights into HPI theory vs. practice and true tales from a HPI projects. This session will provide an overview of the 3 principles of Human Performance Improvement and the basic HPI Business Phases before helping participants learn to flip the switch from training to HPI initiatives.
What questions can we ask so that we uncover deeper organizational needs beyond a training request? How can we transform a training request into HPI project and align it with business needs? What are the strategies to successfully leading and managing HPI projects? Join us, August 8th to learn the answers to these questions and more!
After this session learners will be able to:
· Practice asking 2 types of needs questions to uncover whether “training is the answer”.
· Explore performance alignment of training requests to meet business need.
· Conduct a stakeholder analysis to confirm expectations and build a communication plan for your project.
· Explore measures of success and leading indicators for reporting effectiveness results.
President and Owner of HPIS Consulting, Inc.
HPI Consulting President and Owner, Vivian Bringslimark is a field practitioner in the training and performance improvement arena and made the move to HPI solutions in 2008. Along the journey, Vivian discovered key successful factors integral to making HPI successful for her clients. Vivian has a unique blend of education, industry experience and successful consulting practice totaling 29 years within the Life Sciences Community. Vivian received her M.A. in Adult Education from Teachers College Columbia University in New York, her M.S. in Educational Computing from IONA College in New Rochelle, New York, and her dual B.S. in Secondary Math Education and Liberal Arts Mathematics from SUNY @ Oneonta in New York. She is a frequent speaker at numerous GxP conferences and has published a variety of training and quality related articles. Vivian currently serves as Trusted Advisor to the Board of Directors for GMP Training and Education Association as former Chief Learning Officer, is a Mentor for SE FL Chapter of ATD and is adjunct faculty for PDA-Training Research Institute in Bethesda, MD. Vivian has been a national member of ATD since 1990 and is a power member of SE FL ATD Chapter.
Vivian’s primary area of expertise includes:
· Adult Learning Principles
· Systems Thinking, Process Mapping and Quality Systems Re-Engineering
· Change Management
· Database Management
· Instructional Design and Training Development
· GMP/Quality System Requirements Compliance
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