At the Center for Professional Education (CPE), we strive to provide a variety of flexible options to keep you engaged and inspired.
Check out any of the webinars below to hear a new perspective and enjoy a quick lesson from our industry expert instructors.
Whether you are looking to pivot your career in a new direction or to find new employment, this webinar will provide you with actionable next steps on how to position yourself for a new job, a new career or your next opportunity.
Original Publish Date: December 7, 2020
More Webinars to Keep You Learning
For many, the coveted college degree has been the only way to open the door to a well-paying, successful career; however, the employment landscape is changing, with many US employers shifting their focus from degrees to skills. Career coach and CPE instructor Angela Loëb discusses how to develop the right skills, how to figure out how what you want to do aligns with what is in demand and provides helpful tips for future-proofing your career.
Original Publish Date: August 2023
Success and leadership in today’s workplace don’t always come with fancy titles. You’ve probably noticed that managing projects and teams without formally being in a management or supervisory role is becoming the norm. Even if you don’t have direct authority over your colleagues, you can influence those around you. Lindsay Chamberlain explores the power you hold as an influencer at work and how you can make a lasting impact in your organization.
Original Publish Date: May 2023
Whether you’re a manager providing feedback on poor performance or an employee owning up to a big mistake, people tend to dread tough conversations. The key is knowing how to approach “those” conversations to ensure the outcome is positive and productive, rather than emotional and confrontational. Shelley Pernot provides guidance, tips and tools on how to navigate uncomfortable conversations, helping you to improve your leadership skills and professional relationships.
Original Publish Date: November 2022
Communication skills are critical to career success. Your writing skills are solid, but what about your “vocal image”? Jennifer Lazarow discusses what the research reveals about the importance of your voice in conveying a competent and confident impression and provides tips on how to strengthen your voice and avoid common pitfalls to a positive vocal image.
Original Publish Date: June 2022
Are you feeling burned out? Evidence of burnout is everywhere, but do we really know how science defines occupational burnout? And more importantly, how do we deal with it effectively? Using behavioral science and psychology as her guide, behavioral scientist Tanya Tarr offers practical solutions you can implement immediately to help bring your organizational health back into balance. .
Original Publish Date: January 2022
Is it time for a career change? Whether it's time to move up, move out or stay put, author and researcher Art Markman, PhD. discusses how cognitive science sheds fascinating light on making career decisions and walks you through the process of preparing for a career/job transition.
Original Publish Date: October 2021
Whatever your career goals are, you’re more likely to succeed if you have a comprehensive strategy. Using our newly-developed Career Planning Workbook, Leadership Coach Amira Pollock helps you map out the steps to achieve your professional goals.
Original Publish Date: June 2021
Asking for a raise or promotion can be awkward and intimidating. Coach and Researcher Tracey Lovejoy discusses how to create clarity on your goals and strengths and how to translate your value to a specific audience.
Original Publish Date: March 2021
In December 2020, CPE instructor Amira Pollock interviewed three leaders to explore different perspectives on leadership in turbulent times.
Original Publish Date: December 2020
A small change in the words you use can make a big difference in your powers of persuasion. Rethink how you can get to yes with help from CPE instructor Chris Aarons.
Original Publish Date: October 20, 2020
Project manager and CPE instructor Derek Edwards explores characteristics of a good project manager and provides insight into the steps to take to salvage a struggling project.
Original Publish Date: May 20, 2020