18 Minute Video Interview: Darlene Van Tiem

HPT Legacy Video

At the ISPI Conference last month I was able to schedule some time with ISPI Past President Darlene Van Tiem, for this 18 minute video interview.

Darlene Van Tiem

Dr. Darlene Van Tiem Darlene Van Tiem, CPT, CPLP, Ph.D.
Graduate Adjunct Professor

Department of Instructional & Performance Technology
College of Engineering, ET321
Boise State University
1910 University Dr.
Boise, ID 83725-2070
Office: (208) 426-1312
Fax: (208) 426-1970
Email: dvt@umich.edu

Dr. Van Tiem was Human Resource Director at Ameritech (now AT&T) Yellow Pages for Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, and Wisconsin; Curriculum Manager General Motors Technical Training (North America) including GM suppliers. She is also the lead author of two best-selling award-winning International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) books: Fundamentals of Performance Technology, second edition (2001) and Performance Improvement Interventions (2001).

Dr. Van Tiem serves on the ISPI Board of Directors and was also recognized by the American Society of Training & Development (ASTD) as National Technical Trainer of the Year (1992) and ASTD’s National Excellence in Leadership Award (1993). She has presented at approximately 75 international and state conference and chapter meetings for ISPI, ASTD, Academy of Human Resource Development (AHRD), and American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE), Human Resource Association (HRA), and National Association for Developmental Education (NADE).

New Book: Fundamentals of Performance Improvement

Fundamentals of Performance Improvement is a substantially new version of the down-to-earth, how-to guide designed to help business leaders, practitioners, and students understand the science and art of performance technology and successfully implement organizational and societal change. Using the Performance Improvement / Human Performance Technology (HPT) model, the expert authors explain step-by-step how to spot performance indicators, analyze problems, identify underlying causes, describe desired results, and create workable solutions.

“It does not matter what function you align yourself to in your organization, this book allows you to tap into the secrets that drive organizational success. Several books work to define what is performance improvement and performance technology. This one also provides insights into the Why? And How?”—Cedric T. Coco, CPT, SVP, Learning and Organizational Effectiveness, Lowe’s Companies

“Fundamentals of Performance Improvement is full of practical models and tools for improving the world by partnering with customers, clients, constituents, and colleagues. It provides a path forward for successful transformation and performance improvement at personal, group and collective levels. It is a must read for leaders and consultants seeking to advance opportunities in new and emerging situations.”—Diana Whitney, PhD, president, Corporation for Positive Change

“If you have an interest in performance improvement, this is simply the best available book on the topic. It addresses the science and craft as well as the intricacies of how to improve workplace performance. Van Tiem, Moseley, and Dessinger have incorporated into this work the best available research on the Certified Performance Technology (CPT) standards and process.” —James A. Pershing, Ph.D., CPT, professor emeritus, Workplace Learning and Performance Improvement, Indiana University

“Its international flavor, with practitioner comments and examples drawn from across the world, enhances its appeal as more and more professionals operate in an increasingly global context.” —Daljit Singh, Asia Pacific Director of Talent Management, Baker & McKenzie, Sydney, Australia

This book includes premium content that can beaccessed from our Web site when you register at http://www.pfeiffer.com/go/vantiem using the password professional.

See a Listing of All of My HPT Practitioner and Legacy Videos

Over 60 videos in this collection – here.

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