Webvent

Taking Charge of Your Professional Development

Monday, December 3, 2018 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Bob Collins, Senior Director, Learning and Development, ASCM

As a learning professional, do you spend so much time developing others that you don't make time to develop yourself? Are you concerned your career might be stuck, or that you won't be able to stay relevant in the digital work environment? When choosing among professional development options, how can you increase the chances that your time and money will be well spent?

During this webcast, we will address such questions as:

  • How can you determine which skills or competencies are most important for you to develop in your career?
  • How do you go about choosing education that matches both your skill need and your learning preferences?
  • What is the value of certification and why should you consider one?
  • When should you opt for a degree versus a certification or other professional development choice?

Join us for a conversation with Bob Collins about practical steps you can take to make sure your time spent in personal professional development helps you to achieve your career goals. As the author of our November TD at Work “Develop Your Career With a Professional Certification,” Bob will talk about ways to grow your skills and enhance your career.
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Bob Collins
Bob Collins

Senior Director, Learning and Development, ASCM

Bob Collins, CFPIM, CIRM, CSCP, CPLP, CAE, is the senior director of learning and development for the Association of Supply Chain Management (ASCM). He is responsible for APICS certification and education courseware and oversees the APICS Instructor Development Program (IDP) with more than 800 instructors worldwide. Prior to joining the ASCM staff, Bob worked as both a practitioner and consultant in the supply chain field. He is an experienced instructor and public speaker, having taught both certification prep and instructor training courses for the last 25 years. He is a frequent speaker at the ASCM International Conference and has presented at conferences in the United States, Ireland, South Africa, Australia, Brazil, and Singapore.


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