LUNCH & LEARN SESSIONS

Saturday, 28 September 2019

12:15 – 13:45

Lunch & Learn sessions are informal lunchtime dialogue sessions offered to participants about a single topic of interest on Saturday, September 28. Each session is very interactive and allows the presenter to share her ideas and insights with others people around the table on a particular topic and lead a profitable discussion about it. Attendees are invited to interact and offer their comments and thoughts.

Performance Architecture: Building Performance Systems, The integration of Worker, Work, Workplace, World

Performance Architecture: Building Performance Systems, The integration of Worker, Work, Workplace, World

Description: There are those who build performance systems and those who repair them.  Both are important and many of the skills required are the same. However, the value that performance system builders create is more significant for both the client and the economy.  Join Roger and explore the value of building performance systems and the integrating of workers (people), work (processes and practice), workplace (enterprise) and world (mega) impact.  Let’s put up a new sign “Performance Consultant: we help you create more value for your stakeholders.”

Facilitator Bio:

Roger Addison, Performance Architect, Chief Performance Officier – Addison Consulting

Roger is an internationally respected practitioner of Performance Improvement (PI) and performance consulting. He was the manager of Performance Improvement for Wells Fargo Bank. Roger is Certified in Performance Technology.

Roger is a past president of ISPI and past Chair of the Board and President of the International Federation of Training and Development Organisations (IFTDO). He received ISPI’s highest award, Member for Life. He also received The Thomas F. Gilbert Distinguished Professional Achievement Award, the Geary Rummler Award for the Advancement of Performance improvement and the Distinguished Service Award. Roger has worked and presented in North America, South America, Asia, Europe, Africa and the Middle East.

Improving team performance with the Points of You® methodology

Improving team performance with the Points of You® methodology

Description: Learn how to enhance the team relationships, increase leadership skills, examine work dilemmas from a new angle and build bridges to resolve differing opinions at workplace, by using this innovative, simple yet very deep approach. Get to the root of the cause of the problems and challenges in the team in a fresh and creative way.

Facilitator Bio:

Vesna Kardalevska, Capital Coach, MBA, MA, N. Macedonia

With an extensive management and leadership practice and as a people-oriented person, Vesna is implementing her personal mission of a certified coach on a daily level: supporting individuals and teams in unlocking their inner resources and guiding them towards the desired transformations. Her approach includes world established management practices and latest methodologies in the field of applied and occupational psychology and neuroscience. Vesna, is also experienced in institutional performance improvement of public institutions, civil society organizations professional networks and SMEs in South-East Europe.

Results Through Relationships with SDI

Results Through Relationships with SDI

Description: Employee performance is very closely linked with the quality of relationships we develop at the workplace. Leaders need to provide motivation and effective feedback so the specific competences or areas of improvement can be positively accepted by the team members. We all have different Relating Styles – we have a different approach even to the way we want to get the compliments for a work well done! On this short session you will get a “taste” of the SDI methodology – how we all want to relate with others, which influences the results we achieve in business or private life.

Facilitators Bio:

Natasa Ivanovska, Founder & Executive Manager of INSIGHT Group – Business Development Solutions, est. 2011

She has over 20 years of experience in management, business consultancy with HR focus. An Engineer of Technology with EMBA Certificate at Sheffield University, Master SDI trainer/ facilitator and GCDF career trainer. Her engagements include executive coaching and training of developmental activities within the PMS projects. She is a strong believer in achieving results through solid relationships in the workplace.

Biljana Velevska, Co-Founder and Manager of Samerimpex IMPULSI– Management and HR Consultancy, established 1992

Expert in Business Diagnostics, HR Diagnostics, Development and Implementation of performance management systems, total reward systems and talent management systems. She is passionate international executive coach, mentor and trainer. Experienced as Team Leader and Business Developer in donor funded projects. Velevska has MA in European Management, is SDI Master Trainer/Facilitator, NLP Practitioner and GCDF (career coach and trainer of career counselors).

Change Management

Change Management

Description: No matter what we ask performers to do differently, we are asking them to change.  Further, no matter how positively changes are viewed, we are asking people to do something differently.  Join this table to hear about and discuss the five (5) stages, the five (5) characteristics for a successful change and a change management tool to help you.

Facilitators Bio:

Dr. Anthony Marker, Professor and Chair of Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning, Boise State University

Tony comes from a military and industry background, having worked as a business consultant examining obstacles to effective human performance in the workplace. Tony is a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED AP) and teaches graduate courses in improving human performance in the workplace, the design of sustainable business processes, change management, and systems thinking. Tony has been making national and international presentations for over 20 years.

WHAT THEY SAY
To be honest, I first thought “How different could a conference be?” However, from the beginning of the conference I started to realize that it was no ordinary event and there was so much to learn, participate in and enjoy. ISPI EMEA 2015 has been one of the greatest events that I have attended.Sibel Ergün Elverici - Yildis Technical University

Lunch & Learn Presenter - First time participant, Istanbul, 2015