Webinars and Thought Leadership

The Office of Executive Education is committed to serving its community during this time of uncertainty and is providing complimentary training to help navigate the challenges ahead. Please see a short message below from Paul Almeida, dean and William R. Berkley Chair at the McDonough School of Business, about the value of education during times of uncertainty.

Upcoming Webinars

Diversity and Inclusion
Monday, June 15 at 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. EDT
Speaker: Professor Ella Washington

In this time of change, there is an opportunity to revisit and improve upon the way organizations approach diversity and inclusion, ranging from gender to race to educational background. This session will provide fresh insight into the D&I space based on cutting-edge research to provide an actionable framework to guide executives.

Webinar participants will:

  • Review the past, present, and future of diversity and inclusion best practices
  • Learn tools for inclusion in a virtual space

Past Webinars

Telework Leadership Best Practices

Establishing a strong telework environment will continue to become essential for years to come. Professor Michael O’Leary shares best practices for managing employees, yourself, and others in your home while working remotely (e.g., kids out of school). Recording to be available soon.

Managing Social Presence During Remote Work

Jeanine Turner, associate professor in the Communication, Culture, and Technology Program, shares an organizational communication framework designed for remote work. The webinar presents tools to structure productive virtual meetings and how to deepen social connection among employees while we work remotely.

AI and the Future of Work

Learn how the nature of leadership and employment will be changed by greater use of artificial intelligence in the workplace. In this webinar, Jose-Luis Guerrero, associate professor of operations and information management, shares a realistic understanding of how AI contributes to economic growth and the skills people need to compete against as well as work with machines.

Thought Leadership

Read the articles below for guidance from our faculty experts on how to adapt and lead during a crisis.

Complimentary Content Customized to Your Needs

What are your burning questions? What challenges do you need help navigating? We will enlist faculty to provide research-based guidance on the pressing every day issues that people are facing.

Please fill out this form and we will address these topics via a webinar, blog post, or other outreach.

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