Sandy, UT (PRWEB) February 21, 2008
The 46th annual International Society for Performance Improvement conference was recently announced to be held in New York City April 5-8, 2008. This conference features leadership development solutions from many of the top minds in human performance. Steven J. Stowell Ph.D., President and Founder of CMOE, will be presenting on how to develop your individual strategic thinking skills. Dr. Stowell is one of the leading authorities on improving long term effectiveness within the workplace.
Human performance is one of the hottest subjects in the business world right now. It consists of the study and practice of increasing productivity in the workforce. This is achieved through executive coaching, employee teambuilding, and strategic thinking. There are several different industries that practice this form of strategic management. The conference will have representatives from external consultants, training directors, government agencies, and many others.
The theme of this year's conference is Enhancing Knowledge, Know-How, and Results; it is based around improving how we put our knowledge to work and increase our ability to accomplish value. CMOE will contribute to the combined expertise of many professionals. CMOE is very excited to be a platinum sponsor at the event. The convention goes hand in hand with CMOE's mission. The goal is to raise the overall productivity of every member within an organization. CMOE will have representatives at the conference to explain how they assist clients with leadership development, teamwork, executive coaching, and other business skills.
The conference will be held in the New York Marriott Marquis Hotel, located in the Times Square theater district of midtown Manhattan. This is a world-class facility that is excited to hold such an important event. For more information on how to attend, please visit the ISPI website.