Traditionally, managers’ conceptualization of the skills tied to individual and organizational success have been limited. In today’s dynamic workplace, however, flexibility, adaptability, and hope have emerged as central to success. This course will delve into the realities of working within a post-pandemic world and global economic workplace.

Walk though a career development approach that is grounded in hope and responsive to shifting contextual factors. Learn how to cultivate, value, and reward these skills as you foster hope and healing for yourself and others in the midst of crises.

We know you have the ability to do something, but how to do something post-crises is something entirely different.

The online offering of this course was sponsored by Dr. Kay Brawley, Director of Professional Affairs, National Employment Counseling Association (NECA).