Recorded Webinars

The 14 Habits of Highly Effective Technical Writers

Are you a highly effective technical writer? If you are not, how can you dramatically improve as a technical communicator? If you are, how can you help others to become highly effective?

What if there were some tips or ideas that could make your job dramatically easier, and your performance dramatically more effective? Would you want to know about them? Join us to find out!

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Mar
02

Honing Your Workplace Negotiation Skills

Negotiation. Just saying the word makes many people quake in terror or withdraw in discomfort because it feels adversarial to them. But, change the word to collaboration and people smile and lean in to hear more. And yet, that is what negotiation really is—collaborative problem-solving. You have something someone else needs and they have something […]

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Aug
17

A Modern Family-Structured Writing and XML Creating a Great Content Architecture

Can Tech Pubs and the rest of the organization (ROTO) find true happiness in marriage? Can technical communicators achieve inner peace with ROTO living together under a robust XML architecture? The answer is a resounding, “Maybe.” In this webinar we will explore structured writing, XML, and what is needed to make this Modern Family work productively at the enterprise level.

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Mar
09

What we can Learn From and Within the Open Documentation World: Take a Peek into the GNOME Docs!

This webinar will present the value of the free and open-source platforms as a resource for technical communication students, trainees and trainers. As an example, we will give an overview of the documentation for the GNOME desktop environment used on Linux platforms. You will hear the inside story about how GNOME documentation team creates both […]

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Aug
24

Get the Most From and For Your Team

Register Now: Members: $59; Nonmembers $99; Student Members: $29 Get the Most From and For Your Team Being a manager means that you’re responsible for getting things done not only on your own, but also through the efforts of your team. Achieving high performance levels requires two things: making sure your team members have the [...]
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