Business leaders, association leaders, and peer academic leaders need to collaborate on identifying, and filling, emerging skill gaps. This is your call to action.
Professional development is evolving from completing a course to a lifelong journey to learn and grow. Here are five professional skills that with a little extra focus and development can help enhance your career.
As we move to higher levels of the organization, it’s not always our job to make decisions – it’s our job to make sure decisions get implemented. This takes intentionality and an understanding that our “value” to the organization becomes more difficult to see. As with the transition from functional expertise to leadership expertise, our value goes from short-term wins and projects to long-term strategies that increase value to the organization over time.
To celebrate 75 years of CPED, we sought to publish 75 stories about our community. This is our final story of the “75 Stories” series.
Ariel Sprouse is the Associate Systems Administrator at the Wisconsin School of Business Center for Professional & Executive Development.
Maura Packham is Vice President of Corporate Communications at Quad and was a member of the first cohort to earn the Professional Certificate in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
Terry McLean has been an instructor with the Wisconsin School of Business Center for Professional & Executive Development for 13 years.
Tom Westcott started with the Wisconsin School of Business Center for Professional & Executive Development as an instructor in 2002.
Binnu Palta Hill has been a member of the Wisconsin School of Business Center for Professional & Executive Development community since 1999 as a student, instructor, and program director. She is also the Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer at the Wisconsin School of Business.
In a recent webinar, Dr. Adam J. Bock discussed how to make innovation your competitive advantage. In this blog, Dr. Bock answers questions related to organizational innovation.