What is ISPI’s Honorary Life Member Award About?

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
Purpose:

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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