Many people feel uncomfortable with public speaking, but realize it’s something they’ll have to do in their professional life. In this episode, learn how to improve public speaking skills, even if you’re an introvert, and how to step outside your comfort zone.
Online students often need extra help and support. In this episode, Dr. Bethanie Hansen shares tips to effectively communicate with students, be flexible, and provide support to help them succeed in the virtual classroom.
The world is changing quickly and higher education must learn to be agile and innovative in order to meet the changing demands of students and businesses. In this episode, learn about workforce training, career coaching, and customized education.
Healing divisions and finding the common good that unites us is challenging for individuals and institutions. In this episode, learn about strategies to build equity, diversity and inclusion and how to counter resistance with patience and openness.
Online educators can get so caught up in completing tasks and meeting deadlines that they often feel like they don’t have time for the big or important things. In this episode, Dr. Bethanie Hansen talks about the importance of reflection to assess one’s values and priorities.
What does it mean to self-market? In this episode, learn how to build your business by strategically merging your personal and professional brand and tips on building authentic self-brand.
Awareness of social injustices further escalated in the national consciousness in 2020. As a result, organizations are taking a hard look at their corporate culture. In this episode, learn about the creation and goals of APUS’ Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Task Force.
After she graduated with a Ph.D. in atmospheric sciences and meteorology, Dr. Jamese Sims found that she was often the only woman, the only Black person, and also the youngest person in the room. Learn what strategies she used to pursue her dream science career.
The television and film industries have changed dramatically, largely due to the growth of streaming services. In this episode, APU professor Dr. Amanda McClain discusses how Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon have led innovative content creation by focusing on niche audiences and their long-term impact on traditional cable companies.