Guide Collaborative Improvement
Use Proven Practices, Tools and Processes to Solve Complex Challenges
Develop and Demonstrate Proficiency as a Performance Improvement Facilitator
Develop and demonstrate your proficiency as a Certified Improvement Performance Facilitator and guide collaborative improvement within and between organizations.
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We invite performance improvement practitioners from across all sectors, and school improvement specialists serving K-12 schools, to learn proven techniques for facilitating systemic, sustainable improvement and innovation. Contact us today. We look forward to helping you succeed!
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Need a career boost? Our evidence-based training and certification provide evidence of proficiency in facilitating collaborative improvement including competencies valued by employers.
Certified Performance Improvement Facilitators use proven practices and tools to guide Collaborative Coalitions focused on student success, and workforce and economic development.
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Rural Collaborative Coalitions – Certified Performance Improvement Facilitators guide collaborative efforts to support rural student success, workforce development and economic development – Deb Page, CPT, CPIF, President, TIFPI
Certified Performance Improvement Facilitators are neutral guides who help groups and organizations work together to improve performance, innovate, and solve complex problems. In the State of Georgia, organizations and individuals from across the state who are vested...
Back to School and Beyond with Proven Practices – Jean Quigg, Ed.D., CSIS ID(ILT), National CSIS Director, TIFPI
It is already time for us to begin school and the implementation of School Improvement Plans! Just as Harry Wong’s book, The First Days of School, walks a teacher through structuring and organizing a classroom for success, state and local administrators and teachers...
Collaborative Coalitions for Student Success and Workforce Development – Deb Page CPT, CPIF, President, TIFPI
In June 2021, Forbes noted the need for employees in middle-skill jobs, which typically require more than high school, but less than four years of college. These jobs are typically in demand, and preparation or certification program tuition is affordable. Around the...