Professional Development Webinars

Taught by Rutgers world-class faculty, distinguished thought leaders and industry experts, our professional development webinars provide individuals from all over the globe an opportunity to interact and network with instructors and business professionals from the convenience of their own homes. Check back for upcoming webinars.
 

 

Webinar Archive

Workplace Safety and Employee ReengagementJune 10, 2020
Workplace Safety and Employee Re-engagement Panel Discussion
                  Moderator: Edward Hoffman; Panelists: Dr. Jeffery Hess and Carmen Martino
 

Level Up: Using Personal Leadership Plans to Advance Women in the WorkplaceJune 3, 2020 
Level Up: Using Personal Leadership Plans to Advance at Work
Glenda Gracia-Rivera and Loubna Erraji

 

The Current & Future State of WorkMay 27, 2020
The Current & Future State of Work 
Maryanne Spatola

 

Leveraging Innovation in Challenging TimesMay 20, 2020
Leveraging Innovation in Challenging Times 
Jerry Kim

 

Leading in Times of CrisisMay 13, 2020 
Leading Through Crisis
Sharon Lydon

 

Leading as a CoachMay 6, 2020 
Lead like a Coach 
Sharon Lydon and Loubna Erraji

 

Leadership Conversations that work: Displaying your emotional intelligence in an emotional timeApril 29, 2020 
Leadership Conversations that work: Displaying your emotional intelligence in an emotional time
Kathleen Cashman

 

A Social Network Toolkit for Working During and After the PandemicApril 22, 2020
A Social Network Toolkit for Working During and After the Pandemic | Additional Q&A
Jessica Methot 

 

Leading Virtual TeamsApril 15, 2020
Leading Successful Virtual Teams
Loubna Erraji, Bill Castellano, Dave Ferio, and Maryanne Spatola

 

How to Manage Your Head and Work Space When Working RemotelyApril 9, 2020 (encore presentation)
How to Manage Your Head and Work Space When Working Remotely
Loubna Erraji and Ann Redler

 

How to Manage Your Head and Work Space When Working RemotelyApril 2, 2020 
How to Manage Your Head and Work Space When Working Remotely
Loubna Erraji and Ann Redler