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TC Dojo: Frameworks to Manage your Technical Communication Career
Concerned about remaining relevant as a technical communicator? Does climbing the career ladder seem irrelevant in the age of flat organizations and job hopping?

This session introduces you to an alternative approach for managing careers: career frameworks. This approach provides a framework for remaining relevant and employable in the long-term. Real-world examples presented in the session help you apply career frameworks into your own planning.

Visiting Dojo Expert: Saul Carliner

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The TC Dojo is brought to you by Single-Sourcing Solutions. Learn more about the TC Dojo: http://webinar.tcdojo.org

Dec 6, 2021 09:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Saul Carliner
Visiting Dojo Expert
Saul Carliner has a double-double career: academic and professional experience in both technical communication and workplace learning. He is a professor at Concordia University in Montreal, specializing in the design of materials for communication and learning, the management of groups that produce these materials, and related issues of professionalism. He authored the upcoming Communicating Instructional and Informational Content and Communicating Instructional and Informational Content with Style, the classic text, Techniques for Technical Communicators, and, most relevant to this presentation, Career Anxiety: Guidance for Tough Times. He is the President of the Canadian Network for Innovation in Education, a Fellow and past international president of the Society for Technical Communication, past editor of the IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, and recipient of the Jay Gould Award for Excellence in Teaching, Kenneth Rainey Award for Excellence in Research, and more.
Liz Fraley
(Moderator)
Liz Fraley, Single-Sourcing Solutions, is the creator of the TC Dojo. A serial entrepreneur, she’s founded two companies, sits on the boards of three non-profits, and is constantly coming up with new ways to share knowledge in the technical communications and content industries. She has worked in high-tech and government sectors, at companies of all different sizes (from startups to huge enterprises). She advocates approaches that directly improve organizational efficiency, productivity, and interoperability. If you ask her, she’ll say she’s happiest when those around her are successful.