You’ll learn how to perfect those soft skills that technical communicators need to advance their careers and to start their own businesses and consultancies.
With the TC Dojo Conclave, we bring you a mastermind group focused on business issues that technical communicators face. As a group, we face unique challenges in the way our value is perceived and how that conflicts with our personal and professional goals.
Members work together to achieve those goals. Members share insights with each other to improve their mastery of the skills that separate the technically perfect from the industry leaders. When necessary, we invite experts to discuss topics of concern to all of us. We bring in experts to share practical tips, strategies, and actionable plans to get us moving along the path we want.
If you’re thinking about going out on your own, to grow a business or a consultancy, or even if you want to be able to climb the ladder in a large organization, the TC Dojo Conclave can help you open doors and smooth the pathways. Harness the experience from fellow technical communications leaders and business owners. Find out what’s working, what’s not, and share where you need help.
The TC Dojo Conclave was created because it’s not just technical skills we all need to develop, but the soft skills, the professional and political skills we need to advance.
[In a mastermind group] Participants challenge each other to set powerful goals, and more importantly, to accomplish them. The group requires commitment, confidentiality, willingness to both give and receive advice and ideas, and support each other with total honesty, respect and compassion…You’ll gain tremendous insights which improve your business and personal life. Your mastermind group is like having a objective board of directors, a success team, and a peer advisory group, all rolled into one.
Successful entrepreneurs like Bill Gates, Harvey Firestone, Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield, know the power of many minds working together. (They all use masterminds.) C.S. Lewis, Thomas Edison, and Andrew Carnegie all used them as well:
Well, if you want to know how I got my money… We have here in this business a master mind. It is not my mind, and it is not the mind of any other man on my staff, but the sum total of all these minds that I have gathered around me that constitute a master mind in the steel business… I need these men and they know that they need me in the maintenance of this master mind that is necessary in carrying on.
~ Andrew Carnegie
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