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July Monthly Virtual Event: Stop Creating Your Own Writer's Block to Publishing

  • Tuesday, July 12, 2022
  • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Online (Zoom details will be sent after registration)

Registration

  • This is for members of ATD chapters other than Detroit (e.g. Ann Arbor, Central Ohio, etc.)
  • Requires Code

Registration is closed


LOCATION: Zoom (connection details will be provided upon registration)

ATD Detroit and other ATD Chapter Members: Free
Non-Members: $10


Session Schedule

5:00 - 5:30 Networking

5:30 - 7:00 Panel Discussion


Session Description

Are you struggling to figure out how to get started with writing your first article, authoring your first book or getting published? Get ready to get simple answers to questions like this. Much more is involved than simply getting your thoughts on paper. It goes beyond creating a catchy title and structuring your mind map or roman numeral outline. Your topic, the target audience, your resources and data collection are just a few of the factors to consider.  This is your chance to connect with others like you who have a desire to get published virtually or in print. Discover ways to remove barriers to sharing your expertise and skill with others. It's time to check getting published off your bucket list.

Key Takeaways:

  • List of Options for L&D Articles
  • Do's & Don'ts for Getting Published
  • Resource List
  • Action Plan for Writing (Article or Book)

Facilitator


Dr. Esther Jackson is a people potential accelerator with a myriad of experiences in talent development, DEI (diversity, equity and inclusion), and project management. In the state of Michigan she holds roles as author, speaker, consultant, and project manager. She has presented at the ATD International Conference & Expo, BambooHR Virtual Summit, NAAAHR-Michigan, and Training Magazine Conference & Expo. The topics for her presentations include adaptability, change management, DEI, emotional intelligence, instructional design/training, leadership development, and more. Her published work consists of articles, a doctoral study on technology preferences of the generations with over 1,300 downloads, and her first book—Adaptability in Talent Development. Dr. Jackson’s credentials include a master’s degree in instructional technology, a doctorate in higher education and adult learning, an AQ Foundations Certification, and a DEI Certification in progress.

ATD Capability Model Application

This event addresses the  Building Professional capability. To learn more about the ATD Capability Model, including to complete a self-assessment of your talent development capabilities, visit www.td.org/capability-model.





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