Whether you are a department of 100 or just one person, if you are tasked with improving performance (and who is not?), this workshop will provide you with numerous proven techniques, strategies, exercises and methodologies that you can successfully use as an internal or external professional. Through a series of experiential exercises, the session will focus on the “how” of transforming an organizational culture and improving performance-based factors such as knowledge, skills, motivation levels, measurements, and leadership support.
Organizations, regardless of size, must learn to use their trainers and front-line managers in ways that promote increased performance for all employees while reducing the need for micromanaging from the senior leaders. Trainers, supervisors and managers are now the focal point of the performance revolution in most organizations. This call to lead, coach, mentor and thrive places extreme pressure for these professionals to understand the issues, gain the knowledge to address the issues, and then implement a strategy that will successfully increase the current performance levels from where they are to where they have to be in the new performance model of the organization.
In addition to his expertise, Jack Wolf, Ph.D., CPT, practices a "learn-by-doing" approach that guarantees a highly engaging and interactive session. This is one seminar you want to be sure to attend! Please come prepared to participate and have fun while you learn, and leave with a number of useful tools.
All workplace learning and performance professionals, supervisors, managers, senior managers, human resource professionals, and performance consultants (internal and external).
- Incorporate at least five new learning and performance modules into your training library
- Be able to use these templates in short and longer training programs when topics related to performance and change are the focus of a program
- Use the session materials when designing an intervention/solution to the issue of performance improvement and/or change
- Be able to use the session handout as a template in the custom design of your own training sessions
Jack Wolf, Ph.D., CPT, is the senior partner of Lifelong Learning Partners located in Bradenton, Florida. A dynamic and highly respected speaker, trainer and consultant, Jack has specialized in the delivery of programs designed to provide performance solutions to clients for over 28 years. A nationally recognized presenter who designs and delivers programs on creativity, workplace learning, meeting and training effectiveness, performance improvement, and sales, he has facilitated courses for such notable clients as Starbucks Coffee, AIG Life, The FedEx Leadership Institute, HBO, Comcast and the Governments of Hong Kong, Singapore and Thailand.
Jack brings to the seminar a breadth and depth of experience in corporate education theory and practice. His career has included 13 years in the financial services industry as a top salesman and trainer. He has a B.S. and M.B.A. in Marketing, and a Ph.D. in Administration/Management. He has presented at nine conferences for the International Alliance for Learning and, since 1996, has been a featured speaker at the Creative Problem Solving Institute, an annual retreat held each year by the Creative Education Foundation. He presented the program described above at the International ASTD Convention in Chicago (2010) and was invited to present it again in 2011 in Orlando. Jack’s articles have appeared in such publications as Training & Development, National Underwriter and Financial Planning News. His book, Powerful Presentation Techniques, was published in 2003. The book contains 365 tips to improve meetings and the design and delivery of training programs.
He is the President of the Sarasota ASTD Chapter and obtained his CPT from ISPI in 2004. Jack has presented at 3 ISPI Conventions and at numerous ASTD and SHRM Chapters. He is a RIMS certified trainer and presents at the Society of Insurance Trainers National Conference (SITE).
Your investment includes seminar, materials, continental breakfast, taco bar lunch, and afternoon dessert:
- $85 for ASTD Members (Current Active Membership in National ASTD or any chapter)
- $150 for Workshop and a Discounted Membership to the Hawkeye Chapter
- Discounted admission for full-time students.
- $115 for Non-members
A 10% corporate group discount is available for companies with 3 or more attending. Contact Melanie Hoffner for more details or to register as a group.
You can register online using PayPal or send a check to: ASTD Hawkeye Chapter, PO Box 10847, Cedar Rapids, IA 52410-0847.
Register soon to guarantee your seat because seating is limited!
Questions? Contact Melanie Hoffner, President-Elect at email@example.com or 563-585-8432 (w) or 319-270-8378 (c)