In January 2020, the Alliance announced that the winner of the Francis M. Maitland Memorial Mentorship Lecture and Award was my friend and colleague, Megan Swartz, CHCP. Her lecture at the San Francisco 2020 Annual Conference blended humor and inspiration for the audience.
The COVID-19 situation has challenged us to think innovatively about reaching out to our learners and engaging them in the process of learning. Many organizations, universities and other education providers are pivoting to online delivery very quickly.
As a member of the Alliance for the past 28 years, I’m proud to say I never missed an Annual Conference because of the old friends I’d see, the new friends I’d meet and for the knowledge I would gain. We are all beacons of light for each other.
For many, working remotely is a routine part of our professional lives. For others, the emergence of COVID-19 has forced working from home upon us under stressful circumstances. Below is some advice to help you make the best of working from home.
As the national society for continuing professional development (CPD) professionals, the Alliance ensures that its members have the tools, resources and education to address their specific, practical needs.