By Dr. Sandi Coyne-Gilbert, MBA DM MS Organizational Leadership Program Director, Goodwin University During a time when you can’t turn on the TV without tuning in to the COVID-19 crisis, it’s hard to look ahead. Stuck indoors, away from groups … Continue reading What’s in it for me? Do I really need a master’s degree?
Beware of Gaslighting by Mike Saxton, PhD As an adult, it’s likely you are somewhat familiar with psychological manipulation, people getting others to do or believe things that satisfy their agenda without caring about the effect on those being manipulated. … Continue reading Beware of Gaslighting
The Future is “Leading Up”! Your supervisor’s success means room in the spotlight for you By Dr. Sandi Coyne-Gilbert, MBA DM MS Organizational Leadership Program Director, Goodwin University Leading Up is truly a professional phenomenon, committed to connections and based … Continue reading The Future is “Leading Up”!
Mentoring: Generation to Generation by Dr. Michael Wolter Program Director and Associate Professor of Management and Leadership In my Advanced Mentoring Workshop at Goodwin University, one of the most intensely discussed topics among participants is generational differences in mentor pairings, … Continue reading Mentoring: Generation to Generation
Why Workplace Culture Matters Most Today by Dan Williamson Director of Enrollment and Instructor, School of Applied Liberal Arts and Social and Education Sciences and School of Business, Technology, and Advanced Manufacturing What is workplace culture, and why is it … Continue reading Why Workplace Culture Matters Most Today
The Truth About Lying Looking at the “fudge factor” in our lives by David Plouffe, Adjunct Professor Business and Manufacturing, Goodwin University Do you lie? I’m sure that the majority of you would say, “No, I would never lie! I’m … Continue reading The Truth About Lying
The Challenge of Engagement: One Size Does Not Fit All by Robin Young Cournoyer, BSN, MSN Assistant Professor of Nursing Course Coordinator PEDI When teaching in higher education, it is crucial always to be open to the variety of learning … Continue reading The Challenge of Engagement: One Size Does Not Fit All
Addiction in the Workplace by Mike Saxton, PhD In previous posts on the Goodwin University blog, I’ve discussed specific issues like workaholism and study addiction. Both are somewhat stealthy in that the behaviors exhibited can at first appear to be … Continue reading Addiction in the Workplace
Mentoring with Purpose Not every role requires mentoring, but if the aptitude is there, the organization benefits by Mike Saxton, PhD Literature abounds with theories and studies on mentoring. This should come as no surprise, as numerous professions cite mentoring … Continue reading Mentoring with Purpose
“It’s Electric! Boogie woogie, woogie” Tesla’s innovations are driving demands, with legal trends following by Angelo Saba III, Adjunct Professor, General Education, Business, Technology, and Advanced Manufacturing My brother-in-law drives a Tesla Model S P100D. The midnight silver metallic color … Continue reading “It’s Electric! Boogie woogie, woogie”
Crushing the Interview Moving in or moving on? by Dr. Michael Wolter Program Director and Associate Professor of Management and Leadership Interviewing can be a stressful situation for job applicants, being put in the spotlight for anywhere from a few … Continue reading Crushing the Interview
The Ethical and Legal Pendulum of Business BUS 110’s ongoing discussion can provide a moral compass by Angelo Saba III, Adjunct Professor, General Education, Business Technology and Advanced Manufacturing I joined Goodwin University in the fall of 2016 to teach … Continue reading The Ethical and Legal Pendulum of Business
Eight Barriers to Critical Thinking Part 2 of 2 by Mike Saxton, PhD In a previous blog article, I presented the first four of eight critical thinking barriers that I caution my students about at the beginning of each term. … Continue reading Eight Barriers to Critical Thinking Part II
Eight Barriers to Critical Thinking Part 1 of 2 by Mike Saxton, PhD At the beginning of every term, I share a message with all my students about being critical thinkers, warning them about fallacious thinking: allowing cognitive biases and … Continue reading Eight Barriers to Critical Thinking
Study Addiction – Workaholism’s Cousin When a “good” habit goes too far, it’s time to react By Mike Saxton, PhD In an earlier article on the Goodwin University blog entitled “Workaholism: The Silent Killer,” I examined the threat workaholism poses … Continue reading Study Addiction – Workaholism’s Cousin
What is the difference between mentoring and coaching? by Dr. Michael Wolter Program Director and Associate Professor of Management and Leadership One of the first questions asked every time I provide a workshop or a lecture on mentoring is, “What … Continue reading What is the difference between mentoring and coaching?
The Journey of UDL A world of possibilities opens up to two educational “missionaries” by Dr. Lisa M. Wisniewski and Dr. John S. Kania Sometimes it’s hard to imagine that our Universal Design for Learning (UDL) journey began only three … Continue reading The Journey of UDL
From designing Navy welding curriculum to embracing a Universal Design for Learning as a Goodwin welding instructor, professor and PhD candidate, Keith Carter, MHR, MSW shares his journey to becoming an expert in his field. Keith Carter’s welding students didn’t … Continue reading Goodwin Thought Leaders: Keith Carter Welding