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[Webinar Replay] Planning and delivering winning orals presentations (Part 2)

Sponsored by the APMP Chesapeake Chapter | Lohfeld Consulting Business Winning Webinar

In today’s COVID world, you need to be ready to deliver either in-person orals—or virtual orals. Part 1 of our 2-part series on Planning and delivering winning orals presentations covers Orals Planning (click to watch part 1). Part 2 of our 2-part series covers Orals Delivery (click to register and watch part 2).  Top takeaways from Planning and delivering winning orals presentations  Learn how to manage orals timing and prepare with practice sessions. Explore orals presentation techniques and styles. Review orals logistics and production. Examine considerations for international orals. Get hints for handling demonstrations, audience interaction, and Q&A sessions. Discuss what to do “on the day”. Finally, determine what to do “after the orals”. This webinar replay addresses all varieties of orals, including U.S. Federal Government, State & Local Government, commercial, and international proposals.  Who should watch this webinar replay This webinar replay is ideal for proposal professionals who need a … Continue reading [Webinar Replay] Planning and delivering winning orals presentations (Part 2)

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How to prepare for APMP Practitioner Objective Test Examinations (OTEs) | On-demand webinar

Lohfeld Business Winning Webinar

Proposal and Capture professionals wonder which APMP Practitioner exam is best for them—Proposal Practitioner or Capture Practitioner. The Objective Test Exam (OTE) format used for these exams is very challenging, and potential exam takers need strategies to prepare. Join Lisa Pafe and Beth Wingate as we help you get ready for the APMP Practitioner exams. We talk about the: APMP Practitioner certification program Differences between the two Practitioner exams Philosophy behind Objective Test Exams—and what they’re really testing you on. We delve into details about the two exams—structure, syllabus, format, and some really important logistics, and we review testing taking tips! Who should watch Proposal and Capture professionals interested in achieving Practitioner certification Click to watch the webinar and download the presentation Presenter Lisa Pafe, Vice President, Lohfeld Consulting Group Lisa Pafe, CPP APMP Fellow and PMP, is Vice President of Lohfeld Consulting Group, a premier business development, capture, and proposal … Continue reading How to prepare for APMP Practitioner Objective Test Examinations (OTEs) | On-demand webinar

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APMP Certification: A selfish and selfless act

Are you considering APMP certification? Perhaps you’re already certified at the Foundation level but are wondering if you should pursue Practitioner or even Professional accreditation. Capture and proposal professionals often ponder whether certification benefits them as well as those around them. Research shows that getting certified benefits you (selfish reasons) as well as your colleagues (selfless considerations). Here are the reasons why. Five selfish reasons First and foremost, take care of yourself. Certification benefits you as follows: Get hired faster. Employment studies demonstrate that job applicants with certifications are more attractive to recruiters and employers, and thus are likely to more quickly succeed in getting a job offer. Certification is a great way to differentiate yourself from competing applicants, whether you’re applying as an employee or 1099 consultant. Advance more quickly. Research also shows that certified employees advance quickly within their companies, earning promotions at a more rapid pace in … Continue reading APMP Certification: A selfish and selfless act

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On-line training for 2021’s unique challenges

As we enter 2021 with some light at the end of the pandemic tunnel, training is more important than ever.

Last year when I wrote that federal contractors should prepare for the challenges of 2020 with training, I didn’t envision the types of challenges we have faced this year and will continue to face in 2021. However, I did get it right when I quoted Harvard Business Review that “The future of learning is three ‘justs’: just enough, just-in-time, and just-for-me. It means that training is going to have to be just as agile as the workforce—where speed, flexibility, and innovation are key.” Lohfeld Consulting Group’s training program continues to reflect the three “justs.” As we enter 2021 with some light at the end of the pandemic tunnel, training is more important than ever. Just enough: When we reinvented our in-person training to convert it to on-line virtual content, we recognized that an all-day 8-hour class was not going to work. Students best receive and absorb on-line content in smaller chunks. We converted … Continue reading On-line training for 2021’s unique challenges

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