CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (April 1, 2020) – Mount Mercy University’s Business and Leadership Graduate Programs will offer a three-part virtual lecture series on strategies for working and leading from home.
April 2, 10 AM | Working from Home
April 22, 10 AM | Staying Motivated While Working from Home
May 6, 10 AM | Leading Remotely
RSVP by visiting mtmercy.edu/workfromhome
“Whether you are new to working remotely or have been doing it for years, you will walk away from the session with something to think about,” said Marcie Van Note, program director of the Master of Business Administration and Master of Strategic Leadership programs.
Making a few simple changes can make a big difference as you transition to working from home. Join us for a discussion on transitioning to work-home life, and pick up a few tips and tricks that’ll help as we all go through this change.
Located in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Mount Mercy University is the regional Catholic, Mercy University that promises students of diverse backgrounds, ages and faiths a challenging, practical education that inspires them to discover knowledge, build community and lead courageous lives. Mount Mercy offers baccalaureate and graduate education to 1,800+ enrolled students and uniquely blends an outstanding liberal arts education with equally outstanding professional preparation.