A recent survey suggests Online Courses Can Accelerate Your Career, Improve Confidence, and Open New Doors in the Workplace.Our guest is: Patrick Mullane – Executive Director of HBX | Harvard Business School OnlineHarvard Business School, Boston, MA. Patrick Mullane, Executive Director of HBX | Harvard Business School Online, discusses how online courses can positively impact your career, increase confidence and self-esteem, and lead to tangible benefits such as raises or promotions. In addition, Patrick will discuss:
· The Harvard Business School approach to online education
· How the online program uses the resources, faculty, and reputation of Harvard Business School to provide the best in business education to learners around the world
· Ways in which taking a course online can impact your professional life
· Innovative digital learning tools that help bring business education to life. For more information go to: https://online.hbs.edu
Nationally recognized gerontologist Jodi Olshevski our second guest will discuss how listeners can detect warning signs when it comes to driving behavior and initiate family conversations about this sensitive topic. She will also share highlights from research conducted by The Hartford and the MIT AgeLab that looks at how families are approaching the issue and will share resources and tools for older generation. For more information go to:https://www.thehartford.com/resources/mature-market-excellence/experts-on-aging
Our last guest is Elisabeth Kozack, a VP of Product Strategy and Customer Experience at Marcus by Goldman Sachs, she discusses financial fitness and share tips to manage debt, boost savings and track spending. Because, after all, 74% of Americans think their financial well-being has an impact on their overall health and almost two thirds (64%) feel they are not in the best financial shape they could be. Financial fitness just like physical fitness—requires desire, willpower and consistency.
Every January, millions of Americans enter the new year with a firm resolution to get in better shape. But while it may seem that everyone’s hitting the gym, for many, there’s one type of wellness that ranks even higher than that of the physical sort: financial health. According to the Marcus by Goldman Sachs®’ Financial Fitness Survey, 78% of Americans would rather get rid of their debt than lose weight and 40% consider their savings to be out of shape. For more information go to:https://www.marcus.com