ROYAL OAK — Innovative Learning Group Inc. announced Tuesday that CEO Lisa Toenniges has been elected to the board of directors of the International Society for Performance Improvement as president-elect. Her three-year term officially begins following ISPI’s International Conference in April.

“I’m very honored to have been elected by my peers to this leadership position,” Toenniges said. “As a proven human performance technology leader, I look forward to serving ISPI and ensuring we apply proven HPT principles, which we know work in organizations, with processes and with individuals. My goal, after three years, is to leave the Society well on a path of growth and sustainability so we all have a thriving professional association for the foreseeable future.”

Toenniges has been an active member of ISPI since 1993. She is completing a two-year term as treasurer and board member. She also has held numerous positions within ISPI’s Michigan Chapter, including serving as president in 2008. Toenniges is an “Award of Excellence” recipient, a Certified Performance Technologist, and was the 2010 chair for ISPI’s International Conference.

Headquartered in Royal Oak, Innovative Learning Group helps employees of Fortune 1000 companies perform better by creating powerful, practical training and performance support materials that are smart, engaging, and designed to significantly improve business results. Founded in 2004 by Toenniges, ILG is privately held and a Women’s Business Enterprise certified company.

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Based in the Washington, D.C. area and founded in 1962, the International Society for Performance Improvement is dedicated to the multi-disciplinary pursuit of excellence in the workplace by advocating for the advancement of human performance technology. Its focus on the systematic approach to improving productivity and competence is the key to making resilient and high-performing organizations the world over. ISPI is the premier professional association, representing performance improvement professionals throughout the United States, Canada, and 40 other countries. To find out more about ISPI, visit


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