On Tuesday, Feb. 2, Janis Cline, business hypnotist, productivity coach, workshop facilitator, and co-founder and director of the BIZen Center, conducted a career webinar on the topic of “Accomplishing More Without Adding Stress."
On Tuesday, Feb. 11, Professor Reuben McDaniel, Department of Information, Risk, and Operations Management, conducted a Knowledge To Go (KTG) webinar on the topic of health care management.
Michelle Hardy and Stacey Rudnick tell us more about career services and resources available to MBA alumni in our January career webinar.
Janet Irving and Deli Moussavi-Bock tell us how to have fierce conversations in our December career webinar.
In the December Knowledge To Go webinar, Kristie J. Loescher, MPH, DBA, senior lecturer in the Management Department, spoke on the topic of how to motivate employees.
On Tuesday, Nov. 12, Dr. Ethan Burris, associate professor of management, conducted a Knowledge To Go (KTG) webinar on the topic of "Individual and Ethical Decision-Making."
Amber Travis-Ballinas, owner of Career Creators, led a webinar on the topic of "Mastering the Art of Self-Promotion" on Thursday, Sept. 19. Travis-Ballinas outlined attainable goals of self-promotion, how to effectively self-promote, and why self-promotion is beneficial for your personal and professional life.
"Socialnomics" author Erik Qualman, MBA '99, offers five keys to creating your best life, leadership, and legacy in the digital era in this TEDxNashville talk.