Succeed Podcast By Proed

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Sinopsis

ProEd exists to serve the university-based management, executive, and professional education professionals and centers. With a unique community around the Conference on Management and Executive Development (CMED for short) our mission is your success.

Episodios

  • Episode 12: Debra Kennedy, Director of Executive Education, Bentley University

    Episode 12: Debra Kennedy, Director of Executive Education, Bentley University

    09/12/2016 Duración: 19min

    Debra Kennedy shares how her successful private-sector career with broad responsibilities in finance, marketing and general management brought her to leading a newly-created Executive Education center at Bentley University. Her background helps her to understand business goals her clients have and design programs to meet them. She is very proud to admit that large number of her clients come back for more programs or refer their colleagues to work with her team. This is the biggest compliment to the team members and a testament of their dedication and customer focus. For episode notes and transcript download visit www.proed.com/debra-kennedy-podcast/

  • Episode 11: Lovdy Grossman, Director of Conferences and Training, University of Texas at Austin

    Episode 11: Lovdy Grossman, Director of Conferences and Training, University of Texas at Austin

    16/11/2016 Duración: 16min

    Lovdy will discuss her background at the school which began with a series of events that she will share with the audience. She will also describe her role within the LBJ School and how her department supports the professional development needs of state employees and their team’s ability to manage large conferences for the school and the university as a whole. She also will share her thoughts on professional development in this industry, staying current with changes in Executive Education, and how she connects with others in Executive Education. She will also reflect on how her department has consistently attended the CMED Conference for over 30 years. For episode notes and transcript download visit www.proed.com/lovdy-grossman-podcast/

  • Episode 10: Ross Morriss, Director, Strategic Partnerships, University of South Australia

    Episode 10: Ross Morriss, Director, Strategic Partnerships, University of South Australia

    14/11/2016 Duración: 19min

    We will hear from Ross on several discussion points: his background in business, his teaching for the school, and eventually his role in Executive Education as a Director. He will also discuss the core business he is responsible for in the areas of operations, entrepreneurship, and innovation. His views on working in the custom arena and the link to open-enrollment. He describes the best case scenario for how to create a revenue stream in custom and engaging alumni. He will also describe his view on professional development for him and the centre that he is responsible for and the challenges going forward. For episode notes and transcript download visit www.proed.com/ross-morriss-podcast/

  • Episode 9: Kristin Zecca, Director, Executive Education Programs, MIT Sloan School of Management

    Episode 9: Kristin Zecca, Director, Executive Education Programs, MIT Sloan School of Management

    12/11/2016 Duración: 21min

    Today we are speaking with Kristin Zecca, one of the Directors of Executive Education at the Sloan School of Business at MIT. Kristin will tell us about her career journey beginning with educational technology, earning her MBA from Simmons College of Management, positions in sales and creation of leadership programs to her current role in Executive Education at MIT. She will describe her role in open-enrollment working with some very high profile international programs that include coaching and entrepreneurship along with her many connections with companies around the world. She will also share what her current goals are and how she is working on creating new programs and what she sees as the future of Executive Education. For episode notes and transcript download visit www.proed.com/kristin-zecca-podcast/

  • Episode 8: Bill Swanson, Director, Executive MBA  Non-Degree Programs, University of Nebraska Omaha

    Episode 8: Bill Swanson, Director, Executive MBA & Non-Degree Programs, University of Nebraska Omaha

    20/10/2016 Duración: 36min

    In this episode Bill describes his career path that took him from a student of Executive MBA program at the University of Nebraska at Omaha to its director including responsibility for non-degree offerings. Bill shares importance of storytelling in effective teaching of professionals and how his long business career helps him to make his stories relevant to his students and his programs more effective. His smooth transition from a private sector to university environment surprised his colleagues but it was not accidental. Bill also talks about his new programs and future plans. For episode notes and transcript download visit www.proed.com/bill-swanson-podcast/

  • Episode 7: Christina Dolan, Manager, Executive Education, University of Saskatchewan

    Episode 7: Christina Dolan, Manager, Executive Education, University of Saskatchewan

    11/10/2016 Duración: 21min

    Christina will discuss her background at the university which began as a student and an intern, then becoming a full-time program manager while earning her MBA from the University and eventually her current role as the manager of Executive Education. She will describe her journey, their team’s ability to create new programs, breathe life into mature programs, and talk about how their business is structured. She also will share her thoughts on professional development in this industry, staying current with changes in Executive Education, and how she connects with others in Executive Education. For episode notes and transcript download visit www.proed.com/christina-dolan-podcast/

  • Episode 6: Paul Slaggert, Director, Executive Education, University of Notre Dame

    Episode 6: Paul Slaggert, Director, Executive Education, University of Notre Dame

    03/10/2016 Duración: 41min

    Paul Slaggert discusses how he began his career in financial institutions in New York City and moved to working at a university. He found his passion in Executive Education and built on his strengths and desire to offer a unique connection to a university for his program participants. Paul shares his strategy of expanding programs by accessing the Notre Dame community and making it stronger. He explains how faculty is the face of the center and the university and how he selects them. He recalls a very interesting example of a collaboration developed from his network built at the Conference on Management and Executive Development over years. Paul shares how his responsibilities changed as he took on new roles and how he achieves a work-life balance. For episode notes and transcript download visit http://www.proed.com/paul-slaggert-podcast/

  • Episode 5: Dan McCarthy, Director, Executive Development Programs, University of New Hampshire

    Episode 5: Dan McCarthy, Director, Executive Development Programs, University of New Hampshire

    23/09/2016 Duración: 28min

    In this episode we will be talking with Dan McCarthy, the Director of Executive Development Programs at the University of New Hampshire and one of the top bloggers on topics of Leadership. Dan will discuss how he switched from been responsible for leadership development in companies to providing university-based executive education to organizations. He has a fascinating story about how he started blogging, grew his blog, and got it to top ranking positions instead of going for his Ph.D. He will also share his history with the Conference on Management and Executive Development from a first-time attendee a few years ago to a co-chair role in 2016. For episode notes and transcript download visit http://www.proed.com/dan-mccarthy-podcast/

  • Episode 4: Deb Merry, Director, Executive Education, Dalhousie University

    Episode 4: Deb Merry, Director, Executive Education, Dalhousie University

    17/09/2016 Duración: 22min

    Deb will discuss in more depth her ideas on growing open-enrollment, connecting with the business community, and becoming the vendor of choice for the local businesses. She also will share her thoughts on professional development in this industry, staying current with changes in Executive Education, and how she connects with others in Executive Education. For episode notes and transcript download visit www.proed.com/deb-merry-podcast/

  • Episode 3: Denise Douglas, Associate Dean, Executive Education, Case Western Reserve University

    Episode 3: Denise Douglas, Associate Dean, Executive Education, Case Western Reserve University

    25/05/2016 Duración: 20min

    In this episode Denise Douglas will describe her background, Executive Education’s faculty bench strength, legacy programs, her role as an executive coach, some of her hobbies, and how her career at Case Western has grown over the years and where it might go in the future. For episode notes and transcript download visit http://www.proed.com/denise-douglas-podcast/

  • Episode 2: Emily Flo, Associate Director of Operations, Executive Education, University of St Thomas

    Episode 2: Emily Flo, Associate Director of Operations, Executive Education, University of St Thomas

    25/05/2016 Duración: 23min

    In this episode we will learn how Emily brought her skills of managing people in a retail setting to become a manager of operations and customer service at Executive Education unit of the University of St. Thomas in Minneapolis, MN. She will also share some of the “hands on” customer service skills that she learned early on in her career that helped her with imparting those to her team members. For episode notes and transcript download visit http://www.proed.com/emily-flo-podcast/

  • Episode 1: Andrew Stevens, Assistant Dean  Director, Executive Education, University of Adelaide

    Episode 1: Andrew Stevens, Assistant Dean & Director, Executive Education, University of Adelaide

    25/05/2016 Duración: 26min

    Andrew will discuss his background in the business world, his MBA, and the process of becoming the Director of the Center after the previous Director retired. He opens up about the learning curve, his relationship with the CMED Conference, the global partnership he and another attendee created during their time at the CMED Conference and the things that get him up and through the day at the University of Adelaide. For episode notes and transcript download visit http://www.proed.com/andrew-stevens-podcast/

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