May 21, 2019 ISPI Montreal is holding a Global ISPI Conference Virtual Recap to bring some of the conference to those who could not make it. Our prominent Speakers will present you:
Brett Christensen, Stories of Performance – or NOT!
Leanne Jensen, Oobeya: Visually Linking Strategy to People
John Wyville, Discovering the Community Services Program – the missing motivator that I’ve been looking for in ISPI!
Kasi Guillot, Community Service Projects: Exploring Opportunities for Improvement To Better Serve Those in Need.
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Leanne Jensen is a senior engineer with over 20 years’ experience developing and implementing strategies. Her background includes product development, operations, and engineering in highly regulated, low volume manufacturing environments. She is the current president-elect of the Boeing ISPI Chapter. Previous speaking engagements include ISPI, Society for Women Engineers (SWE), and Institute for Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE).
John Wyville is a Major in the Canadian Army, he completes IPT/OPWL Program through Boise State University in 2013, 18 years service in the CAF, father of two, husband of one, 6 years of hockey, baseball, conditioning, ball hockey coaching. He loves playing hockey, training in Tae Keon Do, and building strong teams with relentless commitment to a common purpose. His latest activity is the volunteering with an army cadet corps in Collingwood ON.
Brett Christensen is the President of Workplace Performance Consulting, an Adjunct Professor at Boise State University and a Faculty Member of the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI). His mission in life is to help you resolve workplace performance problems that are keeping you up at night. Go to www.workplaceperformance.ca to learn more!
Kasi Guillot has a Master of Education in Instructional Technology with a specialization in Human Performance Technology. Ms. Guillot has worked in Higher Education for over 18 years. She specializes in Education program assessment and evaluation for program improvements and academic program development. Ms. Guillot has a strong interest in Communication Management and Change Management. She is serving as this year’s CSP lead.