Habtewold to Offer Writer’s Strategic Planning Workshop

The Montgomery County Chapter will present leadership coach and author Assegid Habtewold of Success Pathways LLC on Jan. 9 at 7 p.m. He will conduct an interactive, experiential workshop for writers, including brief presentations,large and small group discussions, and a question-and-answer session.Training1

The workship is designed to empower writers with the necessary insights and skills to enable them to craft a long-term strategic plan using one of the strategic foresight tools.

Chapter President Alix Moore says this type of workshop can “shape your writing future by crafting strategic plans.”

Do you want to survive and thrive in this globalized and highly competitive information age by developing the skill to `read and interpret’ what is going on within the writing industry in particular, and the world at large? And, have you ever wondered on how strategic thinking and planning could help you tap into the available opportunities the new era presents and overcome the challenges it poses as you pursue and fulfill your writing dreams?

Then, don’t miss this important workshop, Alix says. You will learn the basics of how to approach long-term strategic planning in your writing and editing life by using some simple tools from Assegid Habtewold.

When: January 09, 2013
Time: 7 – 8 PM
Place: Montgomery College, Rockville Campus. Physical Education (PE) building,
Room 136
Direction: http://cms.montgomerycollege.edu/edu/maps.aspx?id=23746
Questions? Please contact Ms. Moore at mwamc@marylandwriters.org

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