One of the great lessons that came out of 2020 was about career resiliency. Almost everyone was required to look for ways to build career resiliency.
All across America, people are celebrating a renaissance in speech economy and plain language. Even law schools, once a bastion of pretentious, unintelligible gobbledygook, are advocating for lawyers that speak in plain language.
Being able to develop and deliver a virtual presentation is a valuable skill. Here are five useful tips to get you started.
Few people think of innovation when they think of municipal government. Learn how the city council of the small Canadian city of Innisfil has prioritized finding innovative solutions to help the city prosper.
Veterans: One great way to explore future career options is to attend our upcoming Employing Those Who Serve VCF on March 10.
The first month of the Biden presidency is coming to an end this week. It is hard to say what specifics details are in the works for the remainder of Joe Biden’s first 100 days in office.
By taking a new course called “Paving Your Career Path” (MGMT 316), you’ll learn many specific, time-tested principles of career planning.
February 5th is National Weatherperson’s Day. This day focuses on how both men and women contribute to the field of meteorology.