Northcentral Insights and Stories

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Sep 22 2020
Linda D. Bloomberg, EdD Associate Director Faculty Support and DevelopmentFull Professor, School of Education I have worked at NCU since 2013. Teaching doctoral students and working with dissertation students in particular is a highlight of my work here. As associate director of faculty support and development for the School of Education, I coach our faculty on applying NCU’s one-to-one pedagogical model “Teaching through Engagement.”
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Sep 17 2020
The year of 2020 must be the closest I will ever get to living in the twilight zone.  My children cannot go to school.  They have school in our home in their pajamas.  My staff and I do not report to the office daily.  We go to the office about once a week and get the items we need for the following week.  The front door of the office is always locked.  After unlocking the door, we are no longer greeted by dear Ms.
Sep 16 2020
What does it take to be successful as a woman in the workplace? On American Women in Business Day, leadership development expert Dr. Randee Sanders offers these tips. Randee is the Associate Director of Faculty Support and Development in the NCU School of Business, and she’s an active member of the American Business Women’s Association. Women have to be proactive to succeed in the workplace. Here are 10 tips for women to be successful in the workplace:
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Sep 16 2020
After state restrictions due to Covid-19 began to be lifted in the summer of 2020, a small publishing company in the Midwest directed their employees to return to work in the office. For nearly six months, the employees had been working from home. As far as their work tasks, the employees, as writers and editors, were very pleased to have the opportunity to work virtually. It spoiled them quite a bit, as they experienced a nice dollar savings, and time saved from their previous work
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Sep 14 2020
By:  Dr. Jeffrey Belsky, NCU It is true times that times have significantly changed over the last six months. What once was considered taboo to have a significant number of employees working remotely has dynamically switched to organizations implementing remote workplaces as a strategic course of survivability.  The norm has changed – organizations need to prepare!

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