It’s hard to believe that it has been just over a year since we welcomed Dementia Care Specialists to the CPI family.
I recently read the new report published by the Alzheimer’s Association, Changing the Trajectory of Alzheimer’s Disease: A National Imperative, and was shocked to read some of the statistics.... Read more »
Our number one source of ideas to improve what CPI offers is simple—you.
The customer’s voice and insights are essential to CPI’s commitment to support. We’re looking for input in areas including school bullying (both cyber and in the schoolyard), laws governing violence in the workplace (e.g., Ontario and New York), ways to increase ease of doing business with CPI, as well as “bite-sizing” some of our content (such as three minute videos) for you to use in staff meetings.... Read more »
On a recent jog (a short run, I may add) I came across one of those iconic moments of spring—a doe standing over her recently born fawn that had yet to stand up for the first time.
It startled me and it obviously also startled the doe, who eyed me warily as I passed just a few feet in front of her. After the initial rush, I had the chance to reflect on the fact that in our own lives there are events that will forever change how we approach daily living. It also struck me how quickly we absorb these events and integrate them, sometimes forgetting the initial ‘‘burn’’ of the moment.Read more »
As someone who is affiliated with CPI, it’s important for you to know we have an extremely deep commitment to growth. Expanding CPI’s message of care, well-being, and safe and enriched environments is our mission and one we continually strive to accomplish through our work as a global training organization.... Read more »
Recently, CPI’s own Randy Boardman, our executive director of research and development, published an article, “Behavior Modification,” in American School & University magazine. The article focuses primarily on the relationships between teachers and students but the principles can be applied in many different situations.... Read more »
Every day there are 4,000 people, worldwide, sitting in various conference rooms, classrooms, and hotels attending some form of CPI training—this is astounding to us at CPI, knowing these skills and techniques are assisting millions of people create more secure, safe, and caring environments be it in schools, hospitals, retail stores, or libraries.Read more »
CPI’s new tag line (the 3 words in the title) perfectly transmit what we feel are our core goals. We seek to accomplish for the various stakeholders in CPI—CPI employees, the 25,000 Certified Instructors, the millions of participants, the organizations they work for, the clients/patients/students/customers they serve, and even the general public.
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Just like personal resolutions (e.g., I’m committing to ‘sustained’ exercise!) the change of the calendar allows companies to reflect on some resolutions for the upcoming year. For us there is always the enduring resolution to provide the highest quality programs and products for our customers.Read more »