47th Annual Conference on Management & Executive Development (CMED)

Content Library

Access these in-depth sessions on-demand to acquire practical knowledge suitable for all levels of experience and responsibilities from an executive director to a program coordinator. When you register for the conference, you will receive an invitation and instructions on joining ProEd’s Collaborative Learning Platform containing a wealth of knowledge on industry-specific subjects with comments of leading practitioners.


List of Select Topical Recordings

Partnering with Professional Associations to Deliver Certification Preparation & Professional Development Courses – Panel

Value of University-Based Providers in a Global Training & Leadership Development Market – Discussion – Frank Lloyd

Principles of Program Pricing for Sustainability – Andy Billingsley – NC State University

Center’s Finance During Crisis: Investing, Budgeting and Forecasting – Mark Gould – Merrimack College

Effective Membership Models – Panel Discussion

Sustainable University Partnerships – Paul Bentley, Boise State University – Jessica Scott, Athabasca University

Identifying New Opportunity in Turbulent Times – Roy Hinton – George Mason University (retired)

Revisiting Value Proposition of University-Based Executive and Professional Development – Marcus Collins

Director’s Panel: Leading Your Center through the Crisis

Identifying Opportunities within Universities – Carol Turchick – Xavier University

Online Course Vendors, 360 Feedback and Survey Report

Director’s Panel: How Emerging Trends Effect Center’s Future Directions?

Leading Your Center through the Crisis

Keeping Your Customers Engaged – Chuck Black, Case Western Reserve University, Daniel Rundhaug, Davenport University, Ron Thomas, Indiana University

Using LinkedIn Sales Navigator to Grow Your Customer Base – Isaac Anderson – Zeeko

Social Selling on LinkedIn and Effective Business Development in Executive Education

Always be Selling: a Client Engagement Model through a Sales Process in Executive Education

How to Make the Most of Not Having Enough – Kelly Goldsmith – Vanderbilt University

How an Integrated Sales and Marketing System Improves Business Outcomes – Kate Paradis – Vanderbilt University

One size does not fit all: Get every social media channel working for your center

Best Practices for Reaching Exec Ed Students on LinkedIn

Creating Strategic Content & Enabling Social Selling for Executive Education

Digital Course Design and Delivery – Erin Maher – Intrepid by Vitalsource

Sourcing Online Instructors (panel) – Robert Prescott – Rollins College (retired)

Key Principles of Effective Online Course Design – Janet Staker Woerner – University of Wisconsin, Madison

Non-verbal Communication Online – Melissa Peraino – Grand Valley State University

Experiential Learning in Online Programs – Nora Ilona Grasselli – ESMT Berlin, Roy Hinton – George Mason University (ret.)

Effective Gamification in Executive Education – Rob Alvarez – IE Publishing and Executive Education Online

Creation of Digital Courses and Availability of Online-Savvy Instructors

Digital Vignettes and Virtual Feedback on Presentations

Digital Transformation of Executive Education: Scaling and Excelling with Collaborative Online Learning

Going Digital with Executive Education: COVID-19 and Beyond + Q&A

Leading with Gratitude: Eight Leadership Practices for Extraordinary Business Results – Chester Elton and Adrian Gostick – The Culture Works

Building Resilience to Move Through Uncertainty to New Beginnings – Leo Flanagan

Inclusion in Online Environments – Nora Anderson – University of Minnesota

Reality-Based Leadership™: Ditch the Drama, Restore Sanity to the Workplace and Turn Excuses into Results – Cy Wakeman

How Women’s Leadership is Evolving in the Current Crisis – Fireside Chat with Sally Helgesen

Managing Your Team Remotely

Leadership in Crisis – Overview

Evolve or Die, Remaining Relevant in a Rapidly Changing World

Integrating Coaching Into Portfolio – Deb Kennedy – Bentley University (retired)

Digital Badges and Micro Credentials

Executive Coaching: How University-Based Units Can Create a Competitive Advantage

The How & Why to Creating a Digital Credentialing Program

Digital Badge Programs & Gamification: New Value, New Revenues

Insightful Program Evaluation – Charmaine Stack, Eddie Isted, Radhika Nair – University of Victoria

Digitalizing the Executive Education Office – Jennifer McNabb, Kellie McCaffrey, CJ Colteryahn – Carnegie Mellon University

Managing Online Programs Effectively – Panel

Principles of Paying for Online Instruction and Facilitation

Mass Course Management and Paying Online Instructors Survey

360 Degree Feedback – Brian Griffith – Vanderbilt University

Corporate L&D Panel (United Airlines and Intel): Trends, Plans and Roles of University-Based Centers

Future of Learning: How New Technologies are Shaping the Way We Acquire Knowledge – Nicholas Hamilton-Archer – Carnegie Mellon University

Partnering with L&D Community – Dan McGurrin – NC State University


“The first day (pre-conference) I picked up several tips from other attendees that were so impactful that if I left that day the price of conference and time I committed getting there was already worth it! “

Faith Sheaffer-Polen, Kent State University

“This was a phenomenal learning opportunity. I actually made friends, not just networking acquaintances. The group of us who attended the pre-conference session is already in contact and sharing information back and forth. This is invaluable.”

Paige Pavlik Garrido, Florida Atlantic University