Creating a Career Portfolio
Need a better way to demonstrate your skills to a prospective employer or client? Try creating a career portfolio. This issue of TD at Work offers practical advice to help learning and development professionals show off their best work. “Creating a Career Portfolio” discusses why portfolios are becoming more essential for career development and explains how to build one that will give you an advantage on the job market. In this issue of TD at Work, you will learn:* how to select and organize items for a portfolio* what kinds of work samples to include* what tools are available for building a digital portfolio* how to share your portfolio* how portfolios can contribute to career success.
About the Author
Dr. Greg Williams has more than 25 years of experience as a faculty member, instructional designer, project manager, and consultant in education, business, and the federal government. He currently serves as the director of UMBC’s graduate program in instructional systems development, and also teaches in the program, as clinical assistant professor. He served for 10 years as the director of training for Montgomery College’s business industry services, a unit that provides training to external organizations.
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