ISPI Member-Get-A-Member Referral Program
The Power of One
Refer One Member. Build One Society.
ISPI understands the power of professional networking. That is one of the cornerstones of our organization’s history. We want to continue to provide our members with a network of talent and resources that understand Human Performance Technology (HPT) methods, tools, and techniques.
That is why we are asking YOU, through The Power of One, to reach out to your network and refer new talent to ISPI. You can introduce your colleagues to all the benefits of ISPI membership including educational and networking opportunities, publications, career development, and so much more while helping to grow Your Society.
How Does the Program Work?
These are four ways YOU can refer your colleagues to join ISPI:
1. Provide ISPI with your colleague’s name and contact information. He or she will be sent a membership information package.
2. Send a membership application directly to your colleague. Click here for the ISPI membership application.
3. Direct your colleague to ISPI’s website to join online at www.ispi.org/join/. Please also email email@example.com the name(s) of your referrals.
4. Provide your colleague with the contact information for our membership department. They can call (301) 587-8570, ext 109 for assistance.
Members who refer new members (referral must actually join ISPI) will be entered into a drawing to win one of three grand prizes! You will get one entry for each referral that joins ISPI. So, the more of your colleagues who join, the greater your chances to win one of the following:
· $500 American Express Gift Card!
· $250 American Express Gift Card!
· FREE registration for SkillCast webinars for one year (a $696 value)!
The last day to be entered into the drawing is September 30, 2009. The winners will be contacted directly by ISPI the week of October 5, 2009 and will be featured on the ISPI website.
Note: Referrals must be individuals who have never been members of ISPI or individuals who are former members whose membership has lapsed for two years or more.