Developing My Writing While Helping Others

I am a microbiologist with over 15 years’ experience in the pharmaceutical realm. I have a strong interest in regulatory compliance and developing others. Recently I have been working closely with data security. I have an arty streak, have been a work place trainer and have an affinity for computers.

Lately I’ve been thinking of ways to share my knowledge with others outside of my cycling and science blogs and have decided to write 12 LinkedIn posts over 12 months. I will limit the post size to between 500 and 1000 words (1-2 A4 pages).

Part of this plan was to think of subjects that might interest the reader while drawing from personal experience and knowledge in order to showcase my skills while helping others. I hope to show I am an experienced leader, critical thinker and problem solver. The secondary aim is to improve my writing. Most of my blog posts are unstructured and I should be writing single purpose posts with a defined introduction, body and conclusion.

The topics I have chosen (subject to change) are as follows:

  1. How to develop your Viable Environmental Monitoring program
  2. How to improve the security of your physical and digital data – published June 2019
  3. How to identify and report trends in data
  4. Thinking of a Career in Microbiology? 10 Things to Consider
  5. Ten Ways to Effectively Lead Teams
  6. Why Continuous Improvement Is Important
  7. Ten Things to Consider For an Internal Audit
  8. Controlled Documentation. Identifying what goes into a Policy, a SOP and an OI
  9. How to Build a Quality Management System (QMS) From Scratch
  10. How to Apply Scientific Trouble Shooting Principles to Any Problem – published March 2019
  11. Why Documentation Important For Your Business
  12. Why You Should Not Let What Others (may) think of you control you

Time to get started on topic number one.

The topics in italics can be developed from existing blog posts