Goodwin College Webinars
In conjunction with Drexel University Online, we periodically host free webinars that offer an introduction to skills, techniques, and competencies you will develop in the Master of Science in Professional Studies program. Some presentations require Adobe Connect to view.
Maximizing Productivity in Virtual Teams
In partnership with the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM), this webinar dives into how virtual teams operate — and provides tools for how to best manage them effectively.
The Importance of Soft Skills: How to Improve Your Soft Skills at Work
Examine why soft skills—like communication, critical thinking, creativity, emotional intelligence and influencing others—are important, and how to develop and improve these essential skills in your professional toolbox.
Amazon: Beyond the Retail Industry
Explore the history of Amazon's ever-expanding reach and the impact its revolutionary business model has had on diverse industries all over the world.
Essentials of Good Business Communication
This webinar on communication skills addresses topics such as the impact of poor communication on revenue, essential skills for email and face-to-face communication, and steps you can take to enhance your own communication skills.
The Art and Science of Influencing Others
In our personal and professional lives, negotiation is an essential skill. Yet, it isn’t about always getting what we want; rather, it is about ensuring both parties leave satisfied. Webinar participants will learn about the different types of negotiation and how art and science play a role in how we influence others.
The Value and Importance of Collaborative Teams
What is teamwork? Most of us can easily answer that question because we often work on teams. Collaborative teams create positive benefits for both the company and the individual team members. In The Value & Importance of Collaborative Teams, we will examine the importance of teamwork, rules for team leaders, how to balance teamwork with individual ownership and the common causes of a breakdown in teams. Whether you are a team member or a team leader, you will develop a better understanding of how teams grow, thrive and efficiently produce.