ASK THE EXPERT
May 28, 2014; 6:30 to 7:30 PM CT
Join your fellow Chicago ISPI members, Kery Mortenson, CPT; and Lisa Toenniges, CPT, for the second in our Ask The Expert (ATE) series. Read on for why Lisa and Kery are experts with answers to your questions.
The concept is simple: you bring the questions, we supply the experts. Submit your questions in advance for the opportunity to be chosen to go on the air with Kery and Lisa. (Keep reading for how.) You will be able to ask limited follow-up questions through chat during the call as time allows. A few days before the call, you will receive dial-in instructions in an email.
How You Can Participate
Submit your instructional design, learning strategy, or measurement questions for Kery and Lisa to email@example.com by Sunday, May 21st, 2015. Please include ATE in the subject line.
A BIG thank you to Grant Thornton for hosting this event. If your company is interesting in hosting or sponsoring a Chicago ISPI event, email firstname.lastname@example.org; include HOST in the subject line.
Lisa is owner and CEO of Innovative Learning Group (ILG), a highly profitable and growing company in Michigan. She has over 25 years experience in the performance improvement industry and has consulted with many Fortune 1000 companies about their learning and performance strategies and solutions.
Lisa has devoted herself to ISPI for over two decades. She started as a volunteer to serving on the board of directors. Currently, she is the Society’s past president; her past board roles were president, president-elect, and treasurer. Lisa also is a past president of the ISPI Michigan Chapter and was chair of ISPI’s 2010 annual conference.
Kery Mortenson is a highly skilled, creative learning leader with +25 years in global health care organizations. He believes people can be the greatest competitive advantage.
He is passionate about setting people up for success with predictable learning curriculums and performance solutions. His field of expertise centers on innovative performance consulting, blending instructional and non-instructional solutions and implementing simple and predictive evaluation strategies. Kery has expertise in adult learning principles results in opportunities to present highly interactive sessions at domestic and international learning and performance improvement conferences.
A native of North Dakota, Kery has a Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Technology and a Master’s degree in Clinical Microbiology. He is an adjunct professor of organizational leadership at Trinity International University in Deerfield, Il. He is a Certified Performance Technologist (CPT).
About This Event
This event is the second in a series and part of our goal to bring our members together as collaborators and contributors to each others' continued success. Watch for more information about this series and about our new community meetings that launched in March.