With a keen understanding of effective communication, we research, design and develop the professional publications that launch your products, streamline your processes and promote your business.
During peak times, we staff your projects with knowledge workers and creative talent, including communication specialists, instructional designers, project managers, localization editors, Web developers and IT support.
At your organization’s conference and your business events, we present engaging, informative workshops, seminars and keynotes on topics related to
- Creating a successful work life
- Achieving career success, based on Career Success in 12 Easy Steps (to meet the author on YouTube, click here; to preview the book, click here)
- Creating technical and business publications
- Self-publishing your next book
- Managing the projects in your professional and personal life
- Starting and sustaining a business
Introducing A Bisl of This, A Bisl of That: Eating Our Way
In A Bisl of This, A Bisl of That: Eating Our Way, you’ll discover ways to take a bisl (little) of this and that, make a mishmash, cook, bake, eat, kibbitz (chat), and enjoy. Along with 110 favorite, time-tested recipes, you’ll find snippets of family lore, including recollections of cooks and kitchens that continue to nourish and sustain.
In this inspirational cookbook (and part memoir), Judy shares recipes that relatives and friends enjoy preparing, serving, and eating! She adds remembrances of cherished people and times past. Together, the recipes and stories convey a delicious sense of Eating Our Way. The book is available at online retail stores, including CreateSpace and Amazon.
Introducing Career Success in 12 Easy Steps: A Journal
Looking for a keynote speaker, seminar leader, or other presenter?
Take a look at Judy's presentation, Keep Your Reservoir Full, related to Step 10 in her book, Career Success in 12 Easy Steps. Stay tuned for upcoming Thinking Forward events, where several speakers approach a common theme, aimed at big ideas for doing good in your communities of influence, from different perspectives. Take a look at the Thinking Forward website.
The Society for Technical Communication (STC) continues to sponsor live Shenouda webinars. Both the presenation and recording are and made them available after the webinar through STC.