Professional Development

12/13/16

Learn how you can apply the practices of professional football teams to benefit your organization with Tim Maynes, assistant professor of organization and human resources.

9/14/18

No one wants to think we could be vulnerable to attacks on our nation's critical infrastructure. But now, more than ever, cybersecurity is an issue we must face head on. David Murray, clinical associate professor of management science and systems in the UB School of Management, and Kristopher Meier, advanced threat manager at M&T Bank, will discuss attack scenarios, password management and best practices.

6/24/16

Distinguished alumni share the leadership lessons they have learned throughout their careers to help professionals learn from their experiences and build skills to more easily navigate the world of corporate leadership.

4/3/15

Authors and career experts share their secrets, research and tips to help job seekers.

4/3/15

Do your job, do it well and you’ll be rewarded, right? Probably not. Learn how to fast track your career success. A joint collaboration between the UB School of Management and University of Tennessee alumni associations.

4/3/15

Are you socially adept at work? Can you read and respond to behavioral cues from colleagues? Learn how to perceive what others are thinking and increase your effectiveness within your organization.

4/3/15

Directly from LinkedIn’s New York City office, Devon Ryan ’10, presents how to leverage your professional profile or company page, how to become a professional worth following, and online networking etiquette.

4/3/15

Your personal brand plays a crucial role in your career success. Learn how to build a powerful brand from Gwen Appelbaum, MBA ’01, assistant dean and director of the School of Management’s Career Resource Center.

4/3/15

Learn more about our Executive and Professional MBA programs, custom corporate training, professional development, entrepreneurship and non-credit-bearing programs.

12/13/16

Explore the concept of Servant Leadership and whether it's possible to be both a servant and a leader with James Lemoine, assistant professor of organization and human resources.