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March 29th

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October 20-25, 2021

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New York Office
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October 19, 2021

The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) at Northcentral University (NCU) is dedicated to ensuring the academic success of every student and to providing faculty the necessary tools and resources to excel in teaching. 

Dr. Hedgspeth will be one of our guest speakers in the month of July.  Her topic is "Generational Gaps in the workplace: Are we ready for Gen Z?"  The framework for this webinar is the generational theory. Dr. Hedgspeth will walk the audience through the varies events that occurred in the formative years of the Traditionalist through the Millennial generations. This lens is to understand how the co-horts' personalities, perspectives, and approaches in life were formed. We will apply the same principles of the generational theory to Generation Z. This exercise will be an attempt to visualize the triumphs and challenges of tomorrow’s marketplace. A link to join this discussion will be provided a week before the webinar.

Website: NCU Center for Teaching and Learning

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October 8, 9, 22, 23, 2021

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September 9-13, 2021
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August 13 - 14, 2021
MC for private event

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July 10, 2021

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To schedule Dr. Hedgspeth for your organizations training, webinars, and other events, please contact us at

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June 15-17, 2021

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Northcentral University is pleased to introduce Dr. Samantha Hedgspeth as one of our presenters in the upcoming 2021 CAVO Virtual Conference, June 15th-17th. Dr. Hedgspeth will be presenting in the Leadership and Management track on transferring tacit knowledge. Join Dr. Hedgspeth and other virtual experts to learn practical strategies for maximizing success in your virtual workplace! 

Full speaker lineup and Registration:

Center for the Advancement of Virtual Organizations website: CAVO

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Feb 16, 2021

(Webinar Description) Rolling into the 21st century, large organizations were suffering in the areas of competitive advantage, productivity, and future state sustainability due to the loss of tacit knowledge. Tacit knowledge is intuitive know-how and decision-making that comes from years of experience and exposure. The avenue of transfer for tacit knowledge is socialization, socialization, and more socialization which can encompass a variety of activities such as working in close proximity together, observation, coaching, and mentoring. Fortune 500 companies were dealing with an estimated loss of $31.5 billion annually as a result of employees not sharing knowledge (Myers, 2017) pre-pandemic. In my research, Millennials: Understanding the Challenges to Transferring Tacit Knowledge (Hedgspeth, 2019), technology emerged at the epicenter of the hindrances to transferring tacit knowledge. Organizations are now totally dependent upon technology. Total dependency on technology, working completely virtual, and siloed from each other, will most certainly forge an even greater chasm in transferring tacit knowledge. Post pandemic outbreak, we are now positioned in the perfect storm to losing tacit knowledge more than ever before in the all virtual work environment. Are organizations aware of the risks?!

See the webinar: 



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