Use your unique strengths to engage content collaborators
Does this sound like you? You need to engage with diverse professionals and personalities on authoring technical documentation, but find it hard to engage with people that generalize, jump to conclusions, make changes without reasons, and race the clock? You are not alone. 14% of knowledge workers had felt like striking a coworker in the past year but didn’t, and 87% of employees worldwide are not engaged at work.
In this workshop, you will learn:
- 12 unique strengths you need on your content team
- 3 causes of stress, strain and conflict in collaborative authoring
- 1 exercise to increase synergy between writers, editors, developers and SME
You will leave this workshop with concrete action items that strengthen your effectiveness on your authoring eco-system. It’s a getting-started guide to making it natural and easy to work with you.
This TC Camp workshop will challenge you. At the core is advice on how to connect and communicate more powerfully with your authoring team.
Participants have greatly increased their ability to implement new learnings by taking an optional Kolbe A Assessment before the workshop. Bringing your individualized Kolbe A assessment will enable you to define concrete action items during our time together at the camp. Registrants will have the option to purchase a Kolbe A assessment at a discounted price in advance of the workshop.
When: Saturday 9 September 2017, 8:30-10:30 AM
Andrew Lawless, Rockant Inc
Andrew Lawless is a best-selling author, performance coach, educator, and consultant. He is razor sharply focused on inspiring and priming professionals for success. He uses a time-proven and scientifically verified approach to boost team performance. Andrew helps you uncover your strengths and hidden talents so that working together will be easier and more productive than ever before.
Andrew brings a unique blend of experience in behavioral sciences, publishing, localization, and education. He served as a trainer and consultant to the FBI’s Behavioral Science Unit where he helped analyze the mindset of hostage takers. Andrew presented his successes with improving global marketing teams to the US White House and testified before the US Senate on the importance of professional development in localization to the US economy. He is adjunct professor at the University of Maryland.