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Scott Abel recently wrote an article titled, “Why Thought Leaders Aren’t Usually The Best Trainers,” in which he makes a valid point that not all thought leaders who push out books and PowerPoint slides are trainers or teachers. I … Continue reading
It’s amazing the kind of revelations you can have in the slight delirium of being sick. At this writing, I’m suffering from a bad cold. I’ve had worse, but this one has still knocked me down enough that I’m not … Continue reading
After an energetic first presentation by Scott Abel, second presenter Sarah O’Keefe, author of Content Strategy 101 and founder of Scriptorium Publishing, talked about “Developing a Technical Communication Content Strategy.” Sarah started by telling us that many companies don’t understand … Continue reading