Webinars on Demand

"Jumpstart" 2016: A Personal Goal-Setting & Strategy Workshop
Recorded: January 14, 2016 | 12 – 1 pm ET
Presenter: Ben Sands. During the session, you'll have an opportunity to reflect on 2015 - the accomplishments, the lessons learned, key relationships, what mattered (and what didn't) - and determine what you must do more of, less of and/or differently to ensure that you achieve the personal and professional outcomes you hope for in 2016. [view presentation as PDF]

Career Happiness: Discover Ways to Professionally Flourish
Recorded: November 04, 2015 | 12 – 1 pm ET
Presenter: Denise Riebman, GW Trachtenberg School's Director of Career Development and Alumni Services, and CareerHappinessCoach.com, will break through career happiness myths and share practical (and fun) ways to discovering what is central to professional flourishing.  Grounded in positive psychology, neuroscience and career development theories, you will find out that Career Happiness is not just a fantasy and will discover what will bring you professional happiness. [view presentation as PDF]

Think to Win: Developing the Capacity of Individuals, Teams & Organizations
Recorded: October 23, 2015 | 12 – 1 pm ET
Presenter: Paul Butler, GSEHD MA ‘93co-author of Think to Win and president of GlobalEdg, discusses how he has helped individuals, teams, and organizations develop their full capability. During the session, you will have the opportunity to review a strategic thinking process that has been successfully implemented at several Fortune 500 companies. [view presentation as PDF]

Making LinkedIn Truly Work for You
Recorded: August 13, 2015 | 12 – 1 pm ET
Presenters: GW Alumni Association VP of Career Services, Asha Aravindakshan, GWSB BBA ‘02 and GW’s Director of Alumni Career Services and             Professional Networks, Michael Steelman, GSEHD Cert ‘11, share best strategies and tips for you and fellow Colonials to utilize LinkedIn to become a networking ninja. [view presentation as PDF]

Define and Achieve your Goals:
Determine what you want and then make it happen

Recorded: June 10, 2015 | 12 – 1 pm ET
Presenter: Natalya H. Bah, GWSB MSPM '06, executive coach and certified Birkman® consultant, shares nine steps to help you define and achieve your goals. Whether you have a goal you've tried or failed in the past or a long term goal you've never started, this webinar prepares you for future success. [view presentation as PDF]

The Re-Emergence of Walkable Urban Places: 
How the Move Back to Urban Centers is Changing the U.S. Landscape and Economy

Recorded: May 15, 2015 | 12 – 1 pm ET
Presenter: Christopher Leinberger, GWSB's Charles Bendit Distinguished Scholar and Research Professor of Urban Real Estate, discusses how it could take an entire generation to satisfy the demand for walkable urban development in this country, and how meeting this demand for new development in walkable urban areas will be a boon to the economy. [view presentation as PDF]

Tips and Tasks for Planning a Career Move
Recorded:  March 19, 2015, 12 – 1pm ET
Presenter: Mary Gay Townsend, CCAS BA '82, discusses how you can strategically go about getting a new role and tips on what you can do to gain a competitive edge in the talent community. [view presentation as PDF]

Leveraging the Future of Online Education
Recorded:  March 3, 2015, 12 – 1pm EST
Presenter: GW's Vice Provost for Online Education and Academic Innovation, Paul Schiff Berman, discusses new trends in online education, GW's online strategy, and ways that you can leverage online education to further your career goals. [view presentation as PDF]


Six Costly Mistakes Fast-Growing Companies Make and How to Avoid Them
Recorded:  Feb. 23, 2015, 12 – 1pm EST
Presenter: GW alumna and Business & Technology attorney, Yvenne King, LAW JD ’93, shares her expertise from 20 years of negotiating complex business deals for companies like ESPN, AOL and Reuters Research (now part of Thomson Reuters) so your business can thrive in today’s fast-moving, competitive business landscape. [view presentation as PDF]

Turning Your Business Right-Side Up: The Strategy of Corporate Turnarounds
Recorded:  Dec. 4, 2014, 12 – 1pm EST
Presenter: GW alumnus, 4-Time President & CEO, and Managing Partner of Velocity Performance, Brendan P. Keegan, GWSB MBA ’97 discusses the challenges of executing corporate turnarounds, how to implement systems, and the major steps to success. [view presentation as PDF]



9 Pitfalls to Avoid in Your Military Transition
Recorded:  Nov. 24, 2014, 12 – 1pm EST
Presenter: GW alumnus, Sultan Camp, GSEHD MA ’13, focuses on key aspects of a successful military-to-civilian transition for senior officers and senior Warrant Officers/senior NCOs. [view presentation as PDF]

Leading with Ethics: Creating a Culture of Character
Recorded:  Oct. 23, 2014, 12 – 1pm EDT
Presenter: GW alumnus and CACI International Inc executive chairman, Dr. J. Phillip London, GWSB PhD ’71, explores how to define, create and maintain a culture that embodies integrity, trust, accountability - and the importance of ‘doing the right thing’. [view presentation as PDF]


Current Trends & Opportunities in Government Contracting
Recorded:  Oct. 1, 2014, 12 – 1pm EDT
Presenters: Neal J. Couture, CPCM, CAE, Director, Government Procurement Law and Business Programs at The George Washington University Law School and Jennifer Schaus, Founder & Principal of Jennifer Schaus & Associates, discuss trends facing contractors, pricing, and opportunities for small businesses. [view presentation as PDF]

Are you Ready to be Powered by Pro Bono?
Recorded:  Sept. 16, 2014, 12 – 1pm EDT
Presenter: GW alumnus and Executive Director of Taproot Foundation, Max Skolnik, ESIA MA '99, discusses the challenges and benefits of pro bono service, a step-by-step guide to getting started, and best practices and resources in the field. [view presentation as PDF]


Take Your Writing to the Next Level
Recorded:  July 30, 2014, 12 – 1pm EDT
Presenter: GW alumna and book editor, Tricia Parker, SMPA BA ’03, explores specific ways to take your writing from “good to great,” whether you’re a blogger, business owner, or aspiring author. [view presentation as PDF]


Management Mindset vs. Leadership Mindset
Recorded: June 16, 2014, 12 – 1pm EDT
Presenter: Alan Berson provides instruction on, and brings clarity to, the way you think as a leader and the conversations you need to have to excel in your career. [view presentation as PDF]


Competition vs. Collaboration: How the Best Leaders Achieve Success and You Can, too
Recorded:  May 22, 2014, 12 – 1pm EDT
Presenter: Leslie Grossman, CCAS BA, will help you gain clarity on the unique roles collaboration and competition play in advancing your career and achieving your goals. [view presentation as PDF]


The Bottom Line of Green is Black: Sustainability Practices for Every Business to Profit
Recorded: April 2, 2014, 12 – 1pm EDT.
Presenter: Steven Friedlander, GW CCAS BA '91 and Robert Watson, LEED Fellow, give an overview of the global green building movement and the associated economic and environmental benefits. [view presentation as PDF]


How to Leverage Your International Work Experience
Recorded: March 20, 2014, 12 – 1pm EDT
Presenter: Sapna Welsh, GWSB BBA ’92, and Caroline Kersten explore how to leverage your international experience to stand out in a crowd and accelerate your career. [view presentation as PDF]


Turning Your Dreams Into Reality: Becoming an Entrepreneur
Recorded: February 19, 2014, 12 – 1pm EST
Presenter: Yael Krigman, LAW JD ‘09, Owner of Baked by Yael, provides tips on becoming an entrepreneur. [view presentation as PDF]



You're One Presentation Away From Changing The World
Recorded: January 22, 2014, 12 – 1pm EST
Presenter: Brian Washburn, CCAS BA '97, Global Learning & Development Manager at SightLife, discusses how to incorporate brain research and adult learning theory to engage an audience and how to organize your thoughts to deliver a more focused and effective message the next time you present. [view presentation as PDF]



Networking Strategies to Find Your Dream Job in Today's Economy
Recorded: November 25, 2013, 12 – 1pm EST
Presenter: Alix Fraser, ESIA MA '11, discusses how he used networking to find his dream job after graduate school. Alix also delves into some of the key strategies he discovered and used during his job search. [view presentation as PDF]


The Introvert's Guide to Workplace Happiness and Productivity
Recorded: October 23, 2013, 12 – 1pm EDT
Presenter: Joe Rosenlicht, CCAS CERT '02, takes a look at some of the innovative strategies that introverts can use when not only deciding on a job, but also while in the workplace.  Joe also discusses how managers can help bring out the best in their introverted employees to benefit the organization as a whole. [view presentation as PDF]

Be a Leader Throughout Your Career
Recorded: October 2, 2013 | 12 – 1 pm EDT
Presenter: Richard Greene, GWSB BA '85 MBA '89, a global leader in talent management and leadership development, shares his advice for professionals at all levels and across all industries who want to gain additional insight into the behaviors that they and others can practice to be leaders, regardless of their level of seniority, their job title or their tenure with the organization for which they work. [view presentation as PDF]


Doing Good & Doing Well
Recorded: August 1, 2013 | 12 – 1 pm EDT
Presenter: Richard Crespin, ESIA '93, a trailblazer of the corporate responsibility movement, former executive director of the Corporate Responsibility Officers Association, and a Senior Fellow at the US Chamber of Commerce Foundation shares his research on the state of the Corporate Responsibility field, tips on finding the really responsible companies, and tactics for landing jobs with work that matters.  [view presentation as PDF]


Re-entering the Workforce
Recorded: June 25, 2013 | 12 – 1 pm EDT
Presenter: Pamela Weinberg, career coach and personal branding specialist, shares specific tips on how to re-enter the workforce, whether it involves returning to a chosen profession after raising a family, going to graduate school or starting a brand new career.

[view presentation as PDF]



Make a Lasting Impact in Your Community
Recorded: May 23, 2013 | 12 – 1 pm EDT
Presenter: Founder of Impact Austin, Rebecca Powers, shares what she’s learned about leadership, role modeling and ‘paying it forward’ as a result of her efforts.

[view presentation as PDF]

How to Build a High-Performing Nonprofit Board
Recorded: April 10, 2013 | 12 – 1 pm EDT
Presenter: Misha Charles, GSEHD MA '08, helps nonprofit CEOs and board members, social entrepreneurs, and others who work with boards to build a governing body that performs at the highest level and adds value to the organization.
[view presentation as PDF]


Prepare NOW for the 2020 Workplace
Recorded: April 4, 2013 | 12 – 1 pm EDT
Presenter: Founding Partner of Future Workplace and Co-Author of The 2020 Workplace, Jeanne C. Meister, addresses the three mega trends impacting the future workplace.
[view presentation as PDF]



Winning Government Contracts in Turbulent Times
Recorded: March 28, 2013  | 12 – 1 pm EDT
Presenter: Gregory Garrett, GWSB cert. '95, provides an overview of what it takes to capture U.S. Federal Government contracts in turbulent times.
[view presentation as PDF]


The Emergence of Walkable Urban Places: The Structure Change in Real Estate Development
Recorded: February 20, 2013 | 12 – 1 pm ET
Presenter: Christopher Leinberger, GWSB's Charles Bendit Distinguished Scholar and Research Professor of Urban Real Estate, talks about identifying where development has and will take place as well as the economic and social impact it will have.
[view presentation as PDF]


How and Why to Join a Nonprofit Board
Recorded: February 14, 2013 | 12 – 1 pm ET
Presenter: Misha Charles, GSEHD MA '08, introduces participants to the possibilities of board membership and answer questions about nonprofit volunteer leadership.
[view presentation as PDF]


The Impact of Social Media on Public Relations and Your Bottom Line
Recorded: January 31, 2013 | 12 – 1 pm ET
Presenter: Tracy Williams, ESIA BA '83, talks about social media's role in public relations and marketing.
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Leverage Your College Diploma
Recorded: November 19, 2012 | 12 – 1 pm ET
Presenter: Beth Kuhel, GWSB MBA '90, provides 5 steps to clarify a career path plan to help reduce stress in the career search process.
[view presentation as PDF]


GWebinarTake Control of Your Reputation Online
Recorded: October 11, 2012 | 12 – 1 pm ET
Presenter: Chris Abraham, CCAS BA '93, provides advice on how to participate in blogging and social networks even if you think you are too busy.
[view presentation as PDF]


Securing a Job in International Development
Recorded: July 30, 2012 | 12 – 1 pm ET
Presenter: Adjunct faculty member, Derry Derringer, provides advice on the job search and career development skills for professionals who are interested in the international development field.
[view presentation as PDF]

Applying the Collaborative Approach, Both Professionally and Personally 
Recorded: June 26, 2012 | 12 – 1 pm ET
Presenter: Led by one of the country's leading proponents of the Collaborative Law movement, Regina A. DeMeo JD '98, will provide tips on how a collaborative approach to problem-solving can be used to improve both your workplace and home environments.
[view presentation as PDF]

Healthcare Career Advancement: Understanding the Ropes 
Recorded: June 1, 2012 | 12 - 1 pm ET
Presenter: Led by Chair of GW's Department of Health Services Management and Leadership, Dr. Robert Burke, this webinar provides participants with helpful tips and information for their own career advancement in healthcare. 
[view presentation as PDF]

Getting Your Legal House in Order: Patents, Trademarks, Corporate
Recorded: May 22, 2012 | 12 - 1 pm ET
Presenter: Peter Weissman, LAW JD '96, this webinar is geared toward the individual and early startup company that needs to take initial steps to protect a new idea while minimizing liability and risks, and conserve financial resources.  Additional resources related to this webinar include: a handout on the Patent Application and Peter's "Patent 102" presentation
[view presentation as PDF]

Say What You Mean & Mean What You Say – The Art of Assertive Communication
Recorded: May 15, 2012 | 12 - 1 pm ET
Presenter:  Executive coach and trainer Barbara Brown, CCAS BA '77, this webinar provides participants strategic ways to act assertively – and, thereby, build satisfying, productive professional and personal relationships.
[view presentation as PDF]

How Women Lead: Harnessing the Power of Philanthropy to Create Change
Recorded: April 24, 2012 | 12 – 1 pm EDT
Presenter:  Led by Dr. Sharon Hadary, GWSB DBA '75, this webinar will provide key practices every woman can adopt to harness the power of philanthropy and create the change she wants to see. 
[view presentation as PDF]

Creating a Winning Global Job-search Toolkit 
Recorded: April 18, 2012 | 12 - 1 pm ET
Presenter: Led by international careers expert and award-winning author Stacie Berdan, this webinar will provide participants the necessary foundation to prepare for and launch an international career here or abroad.
[view presentation as PDF]

Achieving 360 Degree Wellness At Work and At Home 
RecordedMarch 22, 2012 | 12 - 1 pm EST
PresenterLed by Joe Rosenlicht, CCAS CERT '02, this webinar will address many of the common wellness issues as well as ways to get back on track, complete with self-assessments and action plan.
[view presentation as PDF]

Know Your Workplace Value as a Female Professional 
RecordedFeb. 9, 2012 | 12 - 1 pm EST
PresenterLed by author and entrepreneur Christine Brown-Quinn, GWSB MBA '92, this webinar will provide participants ways to capitalize on your female brand.
[view presentation as PDF]

15 Financial Myths Demystified 
RecordedFeb. 2, 2012 | 12 - 1 pm EST
Presenter: Candace G. Kaplan, CCAS BA '70, and Sarah B. Kaplan, RHU, provide participants with guidance on the strategies that can help people protect, and potentially enhance, their assets.
[view presentation as PDF]

* This GWebinar is part of a new series focused on financial topics led by members of GW's Women and Philanthropy community.

How I Found My First Job Using LinkedIn 
RecordedJan . 24, 2012 | 12 - 1 pm EST
PresenterLed by Brian Washburn, CCAS BA '97, this webinar will provide participants specific and strategic ideas for many of the things involved in a successful job search.
[view presentation as PDF]

Preparing for a Career Expo / Fair 
RecordedJan . 12, 2012 | 12 - 1 pm EST
Presenter: Led by Brazen's CEO, Ed Barientos, GWSB MBA '90 Co-Founder Ryan Healy and Marketing Manager Michael Rubino explain how to get the most out of an online career expo/fair and provide to tips to maximize your experience.
[view presentation as PDF]

Measuring Social Media Impact - Is Anyone Listening To Me?
Recorded: Dec . 13, 2011 | 12 - 1 pm EST
PresenterLed by Mark SooHoo, CCAS BA '02, this webinar will cover an assortment of services that will measure your social media impact and help you keep track of the information.
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The Giving Decision - Being A Smart Donor Is No Accident
Recorded: Dec. 6, 2011 | 12 - 1 pm EDT
Presenter: Led by Alexandra S. Garcia, ESIA MA '12, this webinar will provide participants with the steps to enrich your life with a philanthropic mission.
[view presentation as PDF]

* This GWebinar is part of a new series focused on financial topics led by members of GW's Women and Philanthropy community.

Discovering Your Networking Competency 
Recorded: Nov . 19, 2011 | 12 - 1 pm EST
Presenter: Ken Boxer, CCAS BA '80, MPA '82, provides strategic networking practices to excel at creating, cultivating, and capitalizing on the cross-functional relationships that get things done and affect the bottom line in every organization.
[view presentation as PDF]

Financial Planning – You, Your Money and Your Future
Recorded: Oct . 19, 2011 | 12 - 1 pm EDT
Presenter: Christina M. O'Connell, GWSB BBA '84, provides participants with initial steps to develop a financial plan that will help you achieve your life goals.
[view presentation as PDF]

* This GWebinar is part of a new series focused on financial topics led by members of GW's Women and Philanthropy community.

Managing Up – How to Influence Your Boss and Accelerate Your Career Progression
RecordedSeptember 7, 2011 | 12 - 1 pm EDT
Presenter: GW's Assistant VP for Staff Learning and Development, Sara Melita, provides participants with top tips for developing strong relationships with your boss. 
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Start Your Federal Career Search Here 
RecordedAugust 31, 2011 | 12 - 1 pm EDT
Presenter: Paul Binkley, director of Career Development Services for GW's Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration, provides participants with all they need to know when it comes to the federal government job search.
[view presentation as PDF]

Social Media Ideas for Small Businesses
RecordedJuly 28, 2011 | 12 - 1 pm EDT
Presenter: James Walker, CCAS BA '07, will provide participants with all they need to know when it comes to using social media for their business efforts.
[view presentation as PDF]

Job Search Strategy for GW Military Veterans 
Recorded: July 8, 2011 | 12 - 1 pm EDT
Presenters: Carl Savino, GWSB MS '83, and Janet Spadola, GSEHD MA '69, will provide participants the opportunity to learn effective ways to leverage their military experiences and network. 
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Understanding and Managing Cultural Differences in Today's Global Market
Recorded: June 22, 2011, 12 - 1 PM 
Presenter: Brandi Moore, CCAS MFS '06, global strategist and management consultant. Explore the cultural differences of Brazil, Russia, India, and China (BRIC countries) and learn how to manage these differences to take control and effectively manage global business.
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Your Career at a Crossroads: Exploring Consulting as a Profession
Recorded: June 15, 2011, 12 - 1 PM 
Presenters: Jacqueline M. Richardson, LAW JD '03, Lina Musayev, CCAS BA '05 and MPA '07, Jennifer Chaggaris, GWSB MBA '03, Ashley Wells, CCAS BA '10
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Building Your Professional, Personal and Political Brand on Facebook and LinkedIn - [Part 1]*
Building Your Professional, Personal and Political Brand on Facebook and LinkedIn - [Part 2]
Recorded: May 3, 2011
Presenters: Vice President of Digital Strategy at DCI Group, Julie Germany, CCAS '03; Senior Relationship Manager at LinkedIn, Ed Steinberg, CCAS '88; and the Washington D.C. Associate for Privacy and Global Public Policy for Facebook, Adam Conner, CCAS '06.   
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* Due to technical issues this webinar is divided into two parts.  

The Myth of the Promotion
Recorded: March 30, 2011, 12 - 1 PM 
Presenter: Dr. Elizabeth Xu, GWSB cert. '00, Risk Management Solutions SVP for software development. Learn how to build a successful career in this competitive environment.
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The Company & Society
RecordedMarch 16, 2011, 12 - 1 PM 
Presenter: Richard Crespin, ESIA BA '93, executive director of the Corporate Responsibility Officers Association and president of SharedXpertise. An interactive discussion about corporate responsibility.
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Step Aside Super Woman – Career and Family are for any Woman
Recorded: March 2, 2011, 12:00 - 1 PM
Presenter: Christine Brown Quinn, GWSB MBA '92, author and entrepreneur.
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Creating a Résumé That Tells Your Story
Recorded: Feb 22, 2011, 12:00 - 1 PM
Presenter: Thomas R. Stowell, GSEHD EdS '09, director of career services and lecturer in counseling for GW's Graduate School of Education and Human Development.
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How to Make the Most of LinkedIn [Part 1] *
How to Make the Most of LinkedIn [Part 2]
RecordedFeb 16, 2011
Presenter: Lindsey Pollak, global spokesperson for LinkedIn and author of Getting from College to Career: 90 Things to Do Before You Join the Real World
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* Due to technical issues this webinar is divided into two parts. 

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