Sharing presentation on getting "Maximum Yield from ASQ Involvement"
Hello,

I am pleased to share a presentation, intended for ASQ members, to help realize and maximize the Member Value obtained from ASQ.

This is especially directed to the High-Potential (Hi-Po) Professional ASQ Members.

I guarantee that any Hi-Po Professional Member who upgrades to a Senior Member and follows the steps outlined within this presentation will have a reasonable chance to become an ASQ Fellow within 10 years. You might also become an in-demand speaker or author within ASQ. It's up to you.
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Daniel, this is an excellent and very motivating presentation. Thank you for sharing!
Weili Liu
1 Posts
Hello Daniel,

Thanks for your sharing. It's very helpful to me.

Sincerely,
Weili
Hi Daniel : This was a excellent presentation and makes me realize how good it is to be part of ASQ. There are other societies and professional organizations that I belong to that should do a similar (inventory) of the benefits to encourage the membership. The requirement of continued certification of many organizations is to keep your dues up to date which is not enough. It is also good to see something of this significance coming from a member from the great province of Saskatchewan where I was born.
Thanks Again
Dwight E Carroll
Thank you Dwight Carroll

I actually played up the Saskatchewan theme with the title of Maximizing Yield. It sounds like a slogan for crop fertilizer.

David Woods
19 Posts
Good Day Daniel,

Hope you are doing well. Thanks so much for this outstanding contribution! In my opinion, this presentation should be included in a member packet to all new and renewing members of ASQ. I really wish I would have had something like this when I first started out. It really would have illustrated to me how I could plug in and what I could have gained experience in as well as how I could develop in my contributions to the Society. May I share this presentation with my local section and on our LinkedIn page? Let me know. Thanks.

Kind Regards,

David Woods
Great presentation Daniel, I posted on the ASQ FD&C myASQ site for easy access for our members.
Thanks for your ongoing contribution.

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