Fall webinars and programs will be announced later this summer. View past webinars on the Job Search, Venture Capital, Social Media, and more under the PAST tab.
  • 12 PM – 1 PM EST 15 Nov 2016
  • Webinars: Career

Joining the Right Startup

Startups are like infants: brand new, exciting, bursting with hope and potential. Unfortunately, if you're thinking about joining a startup, that excitement doesn't help much. It often confuses the issues about which deals could succeed and which could fail or, more importantly, which deal is the best fit for you.
  • 12 PM – 1 PM EDT 26 Oct 2016
  • Webinars: Career

Avoid the Mid-Career Slump

Do you feel stuck in your career? Are you working hard yet not making as much progress as you would like? Are you afraid you are plateauing prematurely or, even worse, heading for burnout? Or maybe you feel you're not performing to your potential? Welcome to the mid-career slump. Linger here too long and you could be in for a long, demoralizing slog. When you handle the mid-career slump properly, you can take charge of your career and make the next leap forward.
  • 12 PM – 1 PM EDT 28 Sep 2016
  • Webinars: Career

5 Happiness Hacks That Drive Productivity, Sales, and Creativity

According to Harvard Business Review, happy people are 37% more productive, have 31% higher sales, and are three times more creative than their peers. In this webinar, Neil Pasricha (MBA 2007) provides models to create lasting happiness including building diverse support networks, managing energy and stress, and leveraging time management. Through researching top leaders for his book, The Happiness Equation, working as director of Leadership Development at Walmart, and consulting for multiple large corporations, Pasricha developed unique frameworks to create happiness in individuals and drive engagement and high-performance results inside organizations.
  • 12 PM – 1 PM EDT 20 Sep 2016
  • Webinars: Career

Become an Entrepreneur Without Leaving Your Day Job

What if there was a way to pair the stability of a day job with the excitement and upside of entrepreneurship? Using proven strategies and a range of case studies, author and serial "10% Entrepreneur" Patrick J. McGinnis (MBA 2004) will explain how you can integrate entrepreneurship into your career. In doing so, you will benefit from diversification, upside, and a new set of skills that will make you more successful at your day job.
  • 12 PM – 1 PM EDT 13 Sep 2016
  • Webinars: Career

How Organizations Are Using LinkedIn to Find Talent

Organizations are increasingly using LinkedIn to find talent. Do you know what they are looking for? LinkedIn’s Bradley Lawrence (MBA 2013) will share key insights into understanding how organizations are utilizing LinkedIn. After this webinar, you will: Gain a deeper understanding of how organizations and recruiters find talent on LinkedIn, Learn how to increase your opportunity to get noticed by recruiters, and Understand the key elements to creating an engaging LinkedIn profile.
  • 12 PM – 1 PM EDT 12 May 2016
  • Webinars: Career

Adding Resilience to Your Career Toolkit

How can we handle adversity in our lives, whether it is the day-to-day stressors we face or major turbulence that hits us periodically? According to Professor Joshua Margolis, it is possible to build resilience by taking charge of how one both thinks about and reacts to adversity.
  • 12 PM – 1 PM EDT 06 Apr 2016
  • Webinars: Career

Pitching to Venture Capitalists? Learn from an Expert

Are you pitching--or getting ready to pitch--a new business idea? Sounds easy, but it is complicated and tricky. Join Ray Rothrock (MBA 1988), Partner Emeritus at Venrock, as he shares lessons from his more than 25 years of experience in the venture capital business in Silicon Valley. Ray will share insights from his experiences with--both giving and hearing--over 10,000 investment presentations.
  • 12 PM – 1 PM EDT 22 Mar 2016
  • Webinars: Career

Interviewing Matters

Are you preparing for an interview? Or, do you have one on the horizon? Former HBS MBA Admissions Director Brit Dewey will share insights on what it takes to have a successful interview based on her years of experience in interviewing hundreds of MBA candidates and in hiring for HBS, Bain & Company, and Goldman Sachs.
  • 12 PM – 1 PM EST 23 Feb 2016
  • Webinars: Career

How to Make Your Boss (& Teams) Love You

How do you stand out, add value to your teams and make your boss, your clients, and your colleagues love you? Jodi Glickman, president and founder of Great on the Job and regular blogger for Harvard Business Review, will unwrap the GIFT of Great on the Job (Generosity, Initiative, Forward Momentum, Transparency) and strengthen your foundation as a leader in your organization.
  • 12 PM – 1 PM EST 11 Feb 2016
  • Webinars: Career

Sales Skills Everyone Needs

Are you a sales professional looking to break through the noise? Could you use some insight into leveraging social dynamics and modern persuasion techniques? Whether you are a seasoned sales rep looking to sharpen your skills, or an entrepreneur looking to unravel the mysteries of selling for the first time, Jeff Hoffman’s Essential Skills workshop is suited for anyone seeking immediate results.
  • 12 PM – 1 PM EST 21 Jan 2016
  • Webinars: Career

How to Snag - and Keep - Your Dream Job

In the old days, a good career was linear. It began at prestigious universities and progressed through prestigious organizations, with few diversions or deviations along the way. Now, a career is like a collage, and prestige in jobs matters far less than impact. Life's too short to polish your resume with jobs you don't enjoy doing. Professional polygamy is the new norm. So what does the "perfect job" look like?
  • 12 PM – 1 PM EST 09 Dec 2015
  • Webinars: Career

How to Stay Current in the Tech Space

Are you currently working in the tech industry? Or, are you thinking of exploring a new career within the space? In an industry that is constantly changing, it can be difficult to keep up with current trends. Mark Hardie, a product innovator with years of experience in the tech space, will share how you can stay up to date on and effective in the industry.
  • 12 PM – 1 PM EST 17 Nov 2015
  • Webinars: Career

Is Entrepreneurship Right For You?

Are you considering pursuing an entrepreneurial career? Professor Tim Butler will share his latest research on the markers that differentiate entrepreneurs from non-entrepreneurs. Using the CareerLeader assessment tool, Professor Butler will demonstrate how your interests, motivators, skills and work culture preference play a significant role in determining your satisfaction and happiness as an entrepreneur.
  • 12 PM – 1 PM EDT 28 Oct 2015
  • Webinars: Career

Harnessing Social Media for Thought Leadership, Networking, and Job Searching

LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Klout, Hootsuite, Blogs #Overwhelmed? The world of social media for business professionals is getting increasingly complex. Sasha Grinshpun, HBS MBA 2002 and founder/ executive coach at sasha360.com, will provide the best-in-class tips for navigating social media to help with job searching, networking and thought leadership. Whether beginner or advanced in social media, this webinar is for you.
  • 12 PM – 1 PM EDT 07 Oct 2015
  • Webinars: Career

Stand Out: How to Develop your Breakthrough Idea

Too many people believe that if they keep their heads down and work hard, they'll succeed. But that's simply not true anymore. In an increasingly competitive marketplace, ideas matter–and it's become essential for both companies and individuals to innovate. In this webinar based on her new book, Stand Out: How to Find Your Breakthrough Idea and Build a Following Around It, HBR and TIME contributor Dorie Clark explains how to develop powerful ideas and ensure they spread.
  • 12 PM – 1 PM EDT 24 Sep 2015
  • Webinars: Career

Transitioning Beyond Your First or Second Post-HBS Job

Are you thinking of making a job change? Unlike other career moves, the moves early in your career may be different than those later in life. Conducting honest self-assessment and redefining your career vision are often essential to determining next steps in an early switch. HBS Career Coaches Michele Biamonte and Doug Lester will help you assess whether this is the right time to make a change or if you should further investigate opportunities within your organization. If now is the time, they will provide insights into how to approach the job search so that you can land in the area where you are most likely to thrive and excel.
  • 12 PM – 1 PM EDT 22 Apr 2015
  • Webinars: Career

Facing a Job Transition When You Are of a Certain Vintage

Are you a baby boomer concerned with how your age may influence your current job performance or future career prospects? Have you read that it’s harder for “older” professionals to find work? Join Laurie Matthews (MBA 1983), former advertising agency executive and current director of Career and Professional Development at HBS, and Warren Radtke, internationally recognized executive coach and career management consultant as they share insights and strategies from their professional and personal experience.
  • 12 PM – 1 PM EDT 01 Apr 2015
  • Webinars: Career

The Art of Savvy Self-Promotion

It is important to promote yourself in the workplace in order to create the visibility and credibility you need to be successful. Savvy self-promotion involves understanding your value proposition and then communicating this effectively to others. Bonnie offers specific tips on how to position yourself so that key stakeholders and decision makers see the value you bring to the organization.
  • 12 PM – 1 PM EDT 17 Mar 2015
  • Webinars: Career

Developing Board Options for Your Future

This webinar is for HBS alumni who wish to add more for-profit board assignments to their portfolio or those who wish to begin moving from non-profit to for-profit boards.
  • 9 AM – 10 AM EST 26 Feb 2015
  • Webinars: Career

Working Across Cultures: Developing Behavioral Adaptors Leads to Success

In our global economy, more and more professionals work with clients, suppliers, colleagues, supervisors and team members that belong to a culture other than their own. You have probably heard about (or attended) training programs and cultural sensitization workshops designed to increase cross-cultural effectiveness, yet the results are mixed at best. Global Integration Consultant Jugal Choudhary (AMP 183, 2012) proposes an alternative approach based on 30 years of experience working with international and global business organizations and on published research.