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Reflections on the Robinsons’ work…share ...

I’m delighted to share with you the December 2010 article in T+D Magazine honoring Dana and Jim Robinson and their contribution to the field. This article marks Dana’s retirement this month. ...

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Training 2011 Conference & Expo ...

February 5-6, 2011 Training 2011 Conference & Expo Certificate Program Nancy Q. Smith and Al Folsom present a pre-conference certificate program in Performance Consulting and Strategic Partnering, February 5-6, 2011 ...

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Welcome to the first article ...

When Exemplary Performance first started out we had a paper-based newsletter that we sent out to our clients and colleagues called The Exemplar.  Several years ago we switched to an ...

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October 25, 2007

Exemplary Performance teamed with Seattle Pacific University to deliver a series of Human Performance Workshops to The Boeing Company.  The focus on the workshops was building internal capability for Performance ...

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October 1, 2007

Nancy Smith recently joined forces with the company, adding to its group of Professional Consultants. This new specialist will play an instrumental role for the company’s continued success in implementing ...

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May 29, 2007

Dr Paul Elliott was an invited speaker for the Human Capital Institute.  Dr Elliott spoke about the Exemplary Performance approach to diagnosing the root causes of performance challenges and the ...

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April 3, 2007

Valero Energy selected Exemplary Performance as their partner to assist with a refinery wide performance improvement initiative.  The Valero initiative includes basic operator training, unit specific training, job aids, procedures, ...

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April 3, 2007

Valero Energy selected Exemplary Performance as their partner to assist with a refinery wide performance improvement initiative.  The Valero initiative includes basic operator training, unit specific training, job aids, procedures, ...

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