From managing through a crisis to avoiding pitfalls during negotiations, the HAA has compiled a collection of resources on a variety of career-related topics. You can browse them here—and stay tuned for additions.
HAA Career Webinars
Teaching Yourself and Others During the Pandemic with Rob Lue
Now more than ever, the internet opens up possibilities to become authentic agents of our own learning. Professor Rob Lue PhD ’95 explores ways to connect and support one another as a social network based on learning and teaching.
Managing Through Crisis: How To Work Remotely
Naylor Fitzhugh Professor of Business Administration Tsedal Neeley EdM ’93 and Harvard Business School Chief Marketing and Communications Officer Brian Kenny use Zoom to discuss everything from creating a routine and connecting with colleagues to using virtual presentations and flex work time to make the most out of working from home.
How to Negotiate a Flexible Return to the Office
Many of those working from home during quarantine are now being asked to return to the office. But how do you talk to your manager if you don’t want to go back in?
Adapting Negotiations to a Remote World
overcome the common traps of virtual negotiations with trust-enhancing hacks such as e-charisma and language style matching.
How to Reinvent Yourself and Career in the Wake of COVID
Endeavor CMO Bozoma Saint John joins the Harvard Business Review’s Adi Ignatius AMP ’16 and Joshua Macht EdM ’99, AMP ’14 to discuss how the COVID-19 crisis will affect the career paths of today's workforce and how you can write your own script for success.
What Makes a High-Quality Remote or Hybrid Learning Experience?
Drawing on the perspectives of students, teachers, teacher leaders, and researchers, the Harvard Graduate School of Education explores what makes for a vibrant, rich, and active learning experience during COVID-19 restrictions.
Leadership Perspectives for a Changing World: Accelerating Digital
Charles Edward Wilson Professor of Business Administration Karim Lakhani discusses what happens when a firm that has competed in the traditional marketplace starts to compete with a firm based on a digital operating model.