Webinars

GMC is proud to offer monthly professional development through our Monthly Webinar Series. Our monthly webinars cover a variety of topics related to business development, capture and proposal management, industry best practices, graphics and presentation design, innovative technology, career advancement, writing and editing, and much more!

For our webinar archive, click here (members only, password protected).

And best of all, members who attend our webinars are eligible to receive 1 CEU towards maintaining APMP certification.

February: Things Proposal Writers Should Know About Word

Please register for GMC February 2020 Chapter Webinar Things Proposal Writers Should Know About Word at 10:30 AM CST on Wednesday, 26 Feb at https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/8505086783935133197

Wouldn’t proposal life be better if you could wrangle Word into doing more for you? CF APMP Fellow Dick Eassom will show us how in this webinar.

Microsoft Word. A seemingly easy tool to use, but a tool with many features and optimal ways of using those features to assist our proposal development activities. If only your authors knew the dangers of cut and paste. Learn more about:

  • “Styles” and deploying proposal templates
  • Hanging indents
  • And other mysteries!

Based on years of having to incorporate author content into winning proposals, this webinar will show some basics (and some not so basics) on how Word works and how authors can help– not hinder– proposal development.

Dick Eassom, aka Wordman, is a Vice President of Corporate Support at SMA, Inc., and presenter at 16 APMP Annual International Conferences on using Microsoft Word for proposal development. Dick authored over 40 articles for the APMP Journal and “Wordman’s Production Corner” in the APMP Perspective, and has more than 25 years of experience developing and leading proposals of all shapes and sizes to a wide variety of market sectors in the USA, UK, Canada, Australia, and Germany. He is a certified APMP Fellow, past APMP Chief Executive Officer, recipient of the APMP Founders’ Award, Past Chair of the APMP California chapter, and proud member of the chapter’s Mentor program. Learn more about him: www.iamwordman.com