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    Webinars - Online Master's and Doctoral Program

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    Wednesday, December 2, 2020
    7:00 PM ET
    Tapia College of Business Master's and Doctoral Programs: Admissions Information Session Virtual Register Now


    Webinars - Surviving the Pandemic

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    Thursday, December 3, 2020
    7:00 – 8:00 PM ET
    Leadership Re-Imagined: Finding Strategic Flexibility to Power Through the Pandemic and Beyond Virtual Register Now

    Leadership Re-Imagined: Finding Strategic Flexibility to Power Through the Pandemic and Beyond

    The impact of market disruption has never been more real. As businesses redefine strategic planning to adapt to continuous disruption, business owners must learn to become agile as the marketplace resets in the next normal. Hosted by the Tapia College of Business, Leadership Re-Imagined takes a closer look at how businesses are thinking and acting differently and why flexibility is becoming an indispensable mindset. Join us as we offer a practical approach on how to shorten planning horizons, cultivate lateral thinking, and leverage creativity and innovation as business owners and competitors power through the pandemic together. Leadership Re-imagined is Part 3 of the Business Re-imagined: Surviving the Pandemic webinar series, presented by the Tapia College of Business.

    Hosted by: Dr. Drew Gold, Associate Professor of Management and Brian Quinn, Chief Development Officer at Domio, Inc.

    Join us on December 3!

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    Webinars - Business Reimagined: Insights for Small Businesses in the COVID-19 Landscape

    In the post-pandemic world, businesses need expert advice and insight to reposition their organization. Saint Leo University, in a public-private collaboration with community experts, presents a webinar series that provides financial, legal, and operational guidance for small businesses. These 60-minute sessions are conducted as a panelist discussion format, and allow for participant Q&A. You’re welcome to register for one, or the entire series. Please register separately for each session.