– The Society for Performance Management and the School of Psychology at Florida Tech will present the 2006
Conference, “Creating a ‘Want to’ Environment in a ‘Have to’ World” on March 22. The conference will be from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Denius Student Center
Hartley Room, second floor.
The keynote speaker is Dr. Leslie Braksick, chair and co-founder of Continuous Learning Group (CLG), based in Pittsburgh, Pa. Also speaking will be Steve
Jacobs and Denny Sullivan, also of CLG.
Performance Management (PM) is a systematic, data-oriented approach to managing people by arranging conditions for positive reinforcement in individual and
group performance. PM practices apply to a variety of industries, including sales, transportation, telecommunications and manufacturing. Its practice can
help in learning effective management approaches, maximizing employee performance, applying the power of positive reinforcement and in increasing the
performance potential of individuals and companies.
The conference is for business owners, managers, supervisors, project leaders, staff coordinators, human resource personnel, government officials and any
professional in the fields of organizational management, behavior management, business administration and related fields.
Cost for the conference is $55; $10 for students. Pre-register by phone at (321) 674-8104, or online, at http://activities.fit.edu/spm/conference2006.html.