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Part 2: Introduction > Marketing Your Professional Strengths

Chapter 9. Marketing Your Professional Strengths

Don’t think once you have achieved the position you’ve been preparing for in training, HRD, or workplace learning and performance that you’ve passed the final stop in your professional journey. It’s not true. Future personal passages, life events, or work situations, as well as the continuing evolution of the field, will affect you and your work in ways you can’t predict. There is no way to know how any of those circumstances will alter your professional needs, interests, and goals in three, five, or ten years. So don’t become complacent about your job, your clients, or your life in general.

Reflecting back on my career, I believe that I have enjoyed a very highly successful career in training and development, wherein my achievements were recognized and in the process I have set up this firm and its merits are being enjoyed by all parties concerned (employees and organizations).

—Ahmed Tahery, executive director, Total Quality Training Consultancy, Bahrain



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