A reader asks: Is it OK to reduce my college course load to part time?
College students spend up to 10 hours online each day, leaving them vulnerable to malicious attacks on both their data and devices. But there are actions students — and faculty and staff — can take to stay safer and more...
A reader asks: Why is it easier to doubt my abilities than to believe in them?
Dr. Morgan Riechel, assistant professor of counseling in Mercer University's College of Professional Advancement, and Jordon Beasley, certified school counselor and Counselor Education and Supervision Ph.D. candidate, explore intentional decision-making techniques as a tool for effective leadership. https://youtu.be/yISboP8QNnI
A reader asks: How do I get information about registering for classes?
Jacqueline Stephen, instructor of leadership studies and director of the Office of Distance Learning within Mercer University’s College of Professional Advancement, reveals best practices for leaders to establish productive virtual teams. https://youtu.be/WOGVP7HNv1E
A reader asks: Is there something I should have done to save my relationship?
A reader asks: How do I know if changing my major is the right decision?
Dr. Elizabeth Chapman, associate professor of management at Mercer University's Stetson-Hatcher School of Business, discusses why negotiation is an important skill and addresses unique challenges and opportunities for women negotiators. https://youtu.be/EYXFVdXV4uE
A reader asks: How should I respond to a coworker who says I'm trying to make her look bad?