Webinar: Assessing Your Corporate Value
Tuesday, September 27, 2011 from 10:30 PM to 11:30 PM (EDT)
Assessing Your Corporate Value with Bonni Graham
Hosted by the Orange County (CA) chapter of STC (OCSTC)
While you may have spent much of the past 18 months just trying to keep or find employment, remember to also tend to your strategic professional development to ensure your long-term marketability.
But in order to pursue professional development, one needs to know which skills one needs to develop.
In this session, Bonni Graham will introduce a methodology for assessing your corporate self-worth and identifying which skills you need to acquire or improve to enhance your career.
How valuable to your company are you really?
And what do you need improve to increase your marketability, now and in the future?
Attend this session and find out!
Please note, due to the time difference, the webinar is being presented late in the evening Eastern time. However, the Carolina Chapter is recording the webinar and will make the recording available free of charge to our members. If you plan to listen to the recording, you do not need to sign up for the webinar.
About the Speaker – Bonni Graham
Bonni Graham Gonzalez is well known in the Technical Communication field. Having also run her own business, as well as documentation groups both large and small for various employers, Bonni also feels she has earned a combat MBA and a combat PMP certification. Bonni is Senior Manager, User Experience and Documentation for Scantron Corporation. In addition, she teaches at two University of California campuses, including a class in managing documentation projects.
STC Carolina Chapter
STC seeks to advance the arts and sciences of technical communication, promote awareness of the latest trends and technology in the field, and provide innovative services for the education and professional development of its members.
The Society's diverse membership includes writers, editors, illustrators, printers, publishers, educators, students, engineers, and scientists employed in a variety of technological fields. With more than 11,000 members worldwide, STC is the largest professional organization serving the technical communication profession.
The Carolina Chapter currently serves more than 100 members in the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill area of North Carolina, and in the Foothills region of North and South Carolina. The chapter is an STC Community of Excellence and a Pacesetter Award winner.