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Oklahoma State University
Center for Executive and Professional Development

Spears School of Business at Oklahoma State University

Webinars/Online Programming open for registration

The OSU Center for Executive and Professional Development recognizes coronavirus (COVID-19) is creating many challenges in the workplace. We are preparing online resources to support you as we focus on staying healthy and working remotely.

Each week we will add a new, free video to continue to provide virtual educational opportunities for you and your team.

If you want to be notified when the weekly video is released sign up here!

 Delivering Great Webinars

As many of you seek new ways to interact, this session offers practical advice and best practices for hosting great webinars. Jerry Rackley, Executive-in-Residence, in the OSU Spears School of Marketing and International Studies is a seasoned presenter who offers timely and practical advice.

Exceptional Customer Service

In these difficult times, Maribeth Kuzmeski, Ph.D., will show you how to deliver exceptional customer service – no matter where you are.

Crucial Communications

This short video offers practical advice and best practices for how you can effectively navigate and handle difficult conversations with your colleagues.

 Communicating Virtually

James Stapp shares practical advice for how to effectively communicate in a virtual world as you and your team works remotely.  

Strategies for Working from Home More Effectively

Kyle Eastham, from the Spears School of Entrepreneurship, talks about habits to help us work from home more effectively.

Groupthink and Other Decision Pitfalls

Dr. Matt Bowler discusses decision making through groups, and its advantages and disadvantages. 

Strategies for Working from Home with Mindfulness

Abbey Davis, MBA talks about mindfulness—what it is and is not. She also gives us 6 tips on how to work more effectively from home with mindfulness.

Addressing Unconscious Bias

Dr. Lex Smith Washington talks about how our beliefs and attitudes affect our unconscious bias.


Upcoming webinars open for registration