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Writers' SIG: January 2011

  • 28 Jan 2011
  • 12:00 PM
  • Online


Registration is closed

Topic:   This is our first SIG meeting and we'll be critiquing two articles written by SIG participants, we as well as having a discussion about SIG participants rituals and practices associated with writing. We are targeting the last Friday of the month for our SIG meetings.

SIG Leader:  Dr. Kevin Nourse (kevin@nourseleadership.com | 202-462-6252)


SIG Description:

The Writers’ SIG is focused on supporting members who are interested in improving the quality and /or quantity of their professional writing. We are comprised of both external and internal OD practitioners interested in writing articles, blogs, books, white papers and newsletters. This SIG embraces a strong hands-on component where we read and critique each other’s writing.

Potential topics to be addressed in our meetings:
-Writing habits and practices
-Finding a suitable publisher and/or book agent
-Using social media to communicate our ideas
-Writing for professional journals
-Argumentation and support

Currently, we are in the planning process for the SIG and invite interested people to join an upcoming planning conference call to help shape the focus and logistics for meetings.

Vision/Mission: The mission of the Writers’ SIG is to strengthen the professional writing skills of OD practitioners thereby enhancing their visibility and credibility in their practices and organizations.

Who would benefit from attending: Internal and external OD practitioners who want to better articulate their ideas in professional writing.
-Virtual meetings conducted via teleconference and webinar
-Face-to-face meetings conducted at a location to be determined

Please register for meeting to receive conference call information.   

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