Do you have a firm grasp of what skills and knowledge a successful grant professional should have? Would you like to learn a logical way to create or contribute to your own professional development plan? Or perhaps you are curious about what knowledge and skills your peers have determined to be the pillars of their own success?
Julie Assel has combined change theory with the Grant Professional Certified (GPC) Competencies and Skills to create an innovative self-assessment tool you can use to evaluate your own knowledge, experience, and comfort in the nine competencies and sixty-four skills. Learn how to utilize a self-assessment tool to create your own professional development plan and become more confident in your areas of strength.
In this recorded session, you will learn how to:
- Determine your personal areas of strength and growth
- Craft your professional development plan to address areas where there are gaps in knowledge, experience, or comfort
- Identify opportunities to utilize your strengths to help local organizations, communities, and the greater grant profession in general
Julie Assel, GPC, President/CEO and Senior Writer, Assel Grant Services
Julie has written awarded grants totaling more than $100 million since 2003, writing both federal and foundation grants for non-profit organizations, healthcare organizations, universities, and school districts. She currently serves as Board President for the national Grant Professional Certification Institute and holds a Fundraising Certificate from the Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership and a Bachelor's Degree in Education from Luther College.