Screencast: Continual Professional Development – In or Out?


I had the unique opportunity to do a screencast or podcast on Continual Professional Development. It was a pleasure to be a guest working with such great talent. Eddie Vidal and Doug Tedder, FSM are two of the best, and I enjoyed working with them.

Interview questions included:

  • I want to have a career in IT, college degree or IT certification?
  • What has professional development done for you personally?
  • Besides certs, how else can we measure CPD?  Webinars, conferences, etc.
  • Was/Is priSM ahead of its time?
  • Are we keeping the testing sites in business?

Topic Overview

Continual Professional Development, in or out?

Continuing Professional Development can play a key role in career advancement and open you up to potential opportunities.  How much time do you dedicate to it depends on various factors.  Is the return on investment worth it?  Does it help advance your career?  Maybe you are a career learner.  Join Doug Tedder and Eddie Vidal and hear their opinions on your drive home on September 22, 5 PM Eastern.  Our guest, Julie Mohr, will also discuss her professional development roadmap.
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About the Author:

Julie is a dynamic, engaging change agent who brings authenticity, integrity, and passion to practitioners worldwide. Through her books, articles, speaking, consulting, and teaching — her purpose is to spark change in the world with thought-provoking dialog and interaction. Julie has a B.S. degree in computer science from The Ohio State University, a MaED from the University of Phoenix, and is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Management and Organizational Leadership in Information Systems & Technology from the University of Phoenix. She is an ITIL Expert, Certified Help Desk Director, and Certified Governance IT Professional.

Julie captivates audiences at conferences worldwide on topics of authentic leadership, business strategy, knowledge management, organizational culture, and innovation.

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