Dr. Sharon L. Burton will present at the International Conference on Interdisciplinary Research Studies (http://icirsconferences.com), March 17 - 20, 2016 at the George Washington University, Washington DC, USA to discuss ongoing and completed research works. The theme for this conference is "Bridging the Gap between Academic Research and Industry Practice."
March 19, 2016: Dr. Sharon L Burton will present, “Revamping Course Development and Instruction: Cyber and Face-to-Face”
March 20, 2016: Drs. Charlotte L. V. Thoms, and S. L. Burton will present, “Learning Vs Training
Which Is Your Practice?”
Presentation Series: Learn How to Advance Your Career through Enhanced Knowledge, Skills, and Capabilities
Presenter: Sharon L. Burton, DBA-QSM, MBA, LSSBB, HCS, SWP
Dates: April 9th, 16th, and 23rd, 2016
Time Frame: 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM
Cost: Free Registration by Calling 302-838-3300
The The library takes information from interested people and calls to remind them of the event.
Location: New Castle County Bear Library, 101 Governors Pl, Bear, DE 19701
(Located in the shopping center with Kmart)
Part 1 (April 9th): Understanding Your Position and Your Knowledge, Skills, and Capabilities. This working session walks through how to understand your position, and your current knowledge, skills, and capabilities. The session reviews how these skills affect advancement. Be prepared to document information that will support your success.
Part 2 (April 16th): Cross-referencing Your Current Skills to Required skills for advancement, a working session. Part two (2) will cover how to cross-reference your current skills with skills needed to advance your cause. Additionally, participants will receive guidance to think outside the box for skill development. Be prepared to document information that will support your success.
Part 3 (April 23th): Comprehending the Need for Mentorship and Coaching for Advancement. Part three (3) will walk through the understanding of mentors and coaches. Participants will learn how to attain a mentor and/or coach, and how many of each category are needed. Further, participants will learn their rolls in the mentoring/coaching relationship.
ICIRS - 2016