Thanks to those who have congratulated me recently on on being informed by ISPI President Darlene Van Tiem last week that I was going to receive this tremendous honor.
Several have asked about the details of the award, so here is a graphic, and the text is also below.
ISPI Honorary Life Member Award
To recognize outstanding and significant contributions
to the field of human performance technology and the Society
Qualifying Criteria (for candidate to be considered)
– 10+ consecutive years as an international member of ISPI
– Served on a range of international ISPI Committees and/or special assignments
– Regular presenter at the international conference, regional, and local chapter events
– Has not served on the Board for at least three years prior to the date of presentation of award
Distinguishing Criteria (for selection of candidates under consideration)
– Has made contributions to the definition/communication/demonstration of HPT
– Has mentored ISPI members
– Has the respect of his/her peers in the technology
– Has published in ISPI and other journals/books/media to communicate achievements/findings in HPT
– Has promoted ISPI through presentation to other professional groups
– Contribution to the international conference is noteworthy
– Has made significant contributions to the knowledge base of human performance technology
I am truly honored by this. And look forward to joining with ISPI colleagues soon in San Fransisco at the next conference to celebrate, share and learn.
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