Workshops and Webinars CEUonestop.com is now providing another avenue for your professional development.  Our webinars will serve small groups of about 20, giving you more than the usual opportunity to ask questions of and interact with the presenter. These will be intimate opportunities to engage with the presenter. Typically they are 1- 1.25 hours.  

A certificate of completion with the associated NBCC clock hours will be provided after an online evaluation form is completed.  If you are interested in receiving information about our webinars as they become available, please sign up for our mailing list HERE. Our mailing list receives periodic discounts and special offers.  We do not sell your information to others and never will.

If a person has registered for a webinar and fails to attend, they can be sent the recording, if desired.

Webinars will be recorded and will be available for NBCC clock hours. See our list of offerings here.

Webinars are priced to accommodate one/single person.
We offer group rates for three or more attendees.
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Upcoming Webinars

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Recorded Webinars

August 4, 2017: Noon Eastern: Jenn Long: Millennials Dominate the Workforce: How Do We All Survive and Thrive?

Jenn Long, NCC, JCTC/JCDC, MEd. is currently Director, Career Development Programs, Rich Feller & Associates. She is driven by a passion for helping people across all life stages to successfully and strategically navigate multiple career transitions, decision-making, and story-telling, Jenn is committed to expanding the reach, access, and impact of career development resources globally. With a lens toward cutting-edge trends and practices, Jenn seeks to keep clients and career professionals informed about navigating the new and ever-changing world of work.

As Director of Career Development Programs with Rich Feller & Associates, Jenn’s work is influenced by experience across higher education, business, consulting, and private practice work environments, as well as national leadership within the field of career development. Significant roles include: Manager of Career Counseling in the College of Business at Colorado State University, Career Counselor, Coach, & Consultant in Private Practice, Columnist and Past Editor, NCDA Career Developments Magazine, and 2015 NCDA Presidential Award Recipient.

WEBINAR DESCRIPTION: For the first time ever, we are faced with four generations in the professional workforce (soon to be five). By 2030 Millennials will make up 75% of the workforce, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Major change is ahead! Millennials will both influence how we work, bringing new workplace behaviors and needs, and will be impacted by the rapidly changing world of work.

Career professionals have a significant and expanding role in understanding the implications of the Millennial mindset, workplace change, and the skills of the future to help all of our clients not just survive, but thrive in a Millennial dominated workforce.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

At the the end of the webinar you will be able to:

  • Identify implications of four (soon to be five) generations in the professional workforce on our career development practices.
  • Gain insights into Millennial behaviors and needs, walking away with best practices for helping all of your clients thrive in a Millennial dominated workplace.   
  • Take away tips for how the “rules” are changing, looking at the impact of current and future work trends on our client’s career development and transition.
  • Understand critical “Human Skills” necessary for clients to succeed in the future workplace.  

15 September 2017, Noon EasternRobert Shutt: Subtle Career Success Skills: The Magic of Business Etiquette

Robert A. Shutt is recognized as a business etiquette expert who has been featured on CBS Evening News. His range of expertise includes business dining, workplace, networking, customer service, sales, and communications etiquette offered through his business RASolutions.Net. Robert is the author of Shine While You Dine, released in 2011 and Modern Scholars: Fundamentals of Business Etiquette, released by Recorded Books in 2012, and Modern Scholars: On Your Best Behavior: Fundamentals of Etiquette.

Robert has presented and led seminars throughout the United States. He was a Training and Development Specialist in the financial services industry before dedicating himself full-time to etiquette education. He has also served as a collegiate Assistant Professor. Prior to his transition to professional training, Robert enjoyed a successful twenty-year career as an administrator and manager in the education, retail, and hospitality fields.

Robert has a Masters in Education, two bachelor degrees in Business, and completed an additional forty-plus hours of graduate work in Labor and Human Resources.

WEBINAR DESCRIPTION: Manners Matter and Courtesy Count. Dale Carnegie estimated that up to 85% of career success is based upon one’s interpersonal skills. The way a person behaves and communicates in professional situations influences career success. Consequently, it is essential that job seekers and workers possess the ability to behave in a polished, positive and competent manner. To do this one needs to know the accepted and expected business rules of conduct.

This information in this webinar can help you, your students, and your clients understand and employ those subtle success skills that can help land the job or internship opportunity with grace and aplomb. In this webinar we will examine a variety of workplace and networking situations and the proper behaviors to succeed.

It doesn’t matter if you’re in a meeting, at the office, talking on your cell, at a business meal, or e-mailing – exhibiting professional behavior keeps you on the fast track. Business etiquette creates productive and positive work relations with clients, customers, peers, subordinates or superiors. The information in this webinar can help you help your students/clients add this subtle, yet powerful, business smarts to their professional arsenal. The entertaining and often humorous presentation style insures audience interest and content retention. Career services professionals can use these ideas to develop workshops for students and/or provide good advice to their clients.    

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

At the end of the webinar, you will be able to:

  • Understand the three foundations of all appropriate behavior.
  • Appreciate the difference between business and social etiquette
  • Help individuals to better present their ideas, personality, and professional skills to their peers, superiors, and subordinates with good etiquette practice.

(DATE and TIME TBD) Bethany Mills: How to Support Alumni Career Development as Part of Your Career Services Office

 

 

 

 

(DATE and TIME TBD) Amanda Sargent: Understanding Scope of Practice: An Ethical Concern for Career Advisors, Counselors and Coaches?

 

(DATE and TIME TBD) Cori Schaff: Incorporating Strengths into Your Career Counseling and Coaching 

(DATE and TIME TBD) Edythe Richards: Emotional Intelligence (EQ): How to Enhance it for Career Success

Recorded Webinars

ATTENDANCE IS LIMITED TO 30.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

September ??  — 12:00-1:15 (Eastern)

Bridget BrownBridget Brown: The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act  (WIOA): An Opportunity for Counselors, Coaches, and Career Advisers 

Bridget Brown joined the National Association of Workforce Development Professionals as their Executive Director in January 2008.  In this position, Bridget leads efforts to strengthen our nation’s workforce development system and improve the skills and effectiveness of workforce development professionals across the country. Prior to her role at NAWDP, she was the Executive Director of America’s Career Resource Network Association for five years where she focused her efforts on improving the quality and availability of labor and career information that is provided to schools and workforce centers.  She served as the Director of Program Development for the National Skill Standards Board at the U.S. Department of Labor, was the project co-director of the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council, and was Associate Director of Government Relations for the American Vocational Association. She has over 20 years of policy experience in personnel certification, workforce development, career and technical education, and advocacy.

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Postponed — 12:00 — 1:15 (Eastern)

paulnichols headshot (1)Paul Nichols: Careers in Sys-STEM-ic Change?

Paul Nichols is a NCDA Master Career Specialist in Virginia with 35 years of experience working with educational reform initiatives that best prepare students and clients for a fulfilling career.  He has worked as teacher, counselor, and administrator in several school divisions. During the past 8 years he has served as President/CEO of Virginia Advanced Study Strategies, a non profit agency that has raised over $20,000,000.00 to develop and promote academic and career training beyond minimum competency tests in Virginia.

DESCRIPTION: Rapidly evolving technologies have caused dramatic changes in the world of jobs and careers creating huge demand for workers training in science, technology, engineering, and math, (STEM.) Career specialists must understand the causes of this paradigm shift in workplace demand and its seismic impact on students, clients, and workers.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

Attendees will be able to:

  • define STEM (or STEAM, or STEM-H)
  • review the global realities that are creating demand for jobs in STEM
  • review the impact of STEM on other traditional career clusters
  • discuss the impact of STEM on traditional educational preparation
  • brainstorm ways to support students and clients preparing for STEM in their future
  • review the importance of related career development realities including, the increased significance of lifelong academic and skill development, the new digital learning environment and career portfolios, the growing importance of credentials and certification, and the importance of self-branding

 

 

ED ColozziEd Colozzi:

Edward Anthony Colozzi, Ed.D., (careercoachcolozzi@verizon.net and www.creatingcareerswithconfidence.com) is the owner of Career Development and Counseling Services in Massachusetts and provides corporate trainings, individual counseling, and motivational speeches for adults and youth. Ed pioneered and coined the “career-life” paradigm 1977 in Hawaii/throughout Pacific Basin Rim, to reframe career as multiple roles people play throughout life, including their work role, and focuses on spirituality/wellness in the context of career-life choices. He expanded his paradigm in 2011 to focus on career as CARE which can be expressed through “caring experiences”, given or received, by adults and youth across the nine major career-life roles throughout one’s life span. His work with “discovering client callings” involves Depth Oriented Values Extraction (DOVE), and he has published book chapters and articles on these and related topics. His self-paced workbook, “Creating Careers with Confidence”, was published by Pearson/Prentice Hall and was the first career-life book selected for publication in Braille internationally. Ed has served in teaching, counseling, and career development center coordinator positions and worked at both graduate and undergraduate levels including several community colleges for over forty years, and has provided numerous agency and staff development workshops for counselors and classroom faculty in a variety of national and international settings. He is the founder/co-host of the #schools2life Tweet Chat and the LinkedIn schools2life Discussion Group. Ed is a MA State licensed mental health counselor, a nationally certified counselor, a master career counselor, a MA State Certified Trainer, and an NCDA Fellow.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Postponed – Will Reschedule 8 April 2015 — 12:00 – 1:15pm (Eastern)

deirdre2 (2) (2)Deirdre Pickerell: Using Career Development Practices to Help Ensure Employees’ Career Success

Deirdre Pickerell, PhD, CHRP, GCDF-i has over 20 years’ experience in the fields of career development, adult education, and human resource management. She has made significant differences within the career development sector – locally, nationally, and internationally – through innovative program design and selfless leadership, consulting, and mentoring throughout the sector. Deirdre is the 2014 recipient of the Stu Conger Award for Leadership in Career Development and Career Counselling.

DESCRIPTION: Global workforce engagement numbers indicate that approximately 20% of the workforce is actively disengaged at work. Further, career development has recently been listed as a key driver of engagement. Broadly, this means that focusing on career development, within the workplace, can improve overall engagement numbers. The Career Engagement model and assessment tool help individuals and organizational leaders identify specific factors contributing to feelings of being overwhelmed, under-utilized, or completely disengaged. Maximum career engagement is achieved by aligning individual and organizational capacity with an appropriate level of challenge at work; pinpointing the source of career distress facilitates identification of relevant solutions and interventions. This workshop will focuses on how Career Development Professionals (CDP) can help organizations embed career development practices to maximize career engagement, thereby expanding the markets in which CDPs can work.

 LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Participants will learn:

  • Benefits of considering career engagement
  • Tips for making a business case for implementing a career development process
  • Strategies for integrating a career planning process with other HR areas