Author Archive: CFA Staff

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College for America is an accredited, nonprofit college dedicated to making a college degree achievable for every working adult: flexibly scheduled, uniquely applicable, competency-based education for just $3,000 a year (or less).

A Beginners Guide to Training Needs Analysis: What L&D Leaders Need to Know

Posted In: Workforce Insight

A training needs analysis helps L&D leaders identify the skills most impact the company mission, the skills gaps in their company, the current programs that are working and the new programs that need …

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From Average to Excellent: How to Evaluate Managers and Help Them Improve

Posted In: Workforce Insight

Mediocre managers are easy to overlook but their departments can drag down profitability. How do you evaluate managers to sort the so-so from the excellent? This article describes what to look for.

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Nursing Facility Director Looks to Advance with MBA

Posted In: Students

Derek Marchand always wanted a master’s degree. He went to school online at SNHU to earn his MBA.

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Mom to 3 Earning Degree to Enhance Career at TD Bank

Posted In: Students

Natasha Creaser enrolled at SNHU and is earning her degree to enhance her career as a payment operations manager at TD Bank.

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Discover the Power of Productive Conflict – What HR Leaders Need to Know About Conflict Management Skills

Posted In: Workforce Partnerships Press Releases

With the right training in conflict management skills, conflict in the workplace can be a net benefit. A liberal arts education can help impart those hard-to-train skills.

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Tufts Medical Center Education Manager Earning Bachelor’s to Backup On-the-Job Experience

Posted In: Students

Crys Draconi had a lot of on-the-job experience but needed to earn her degree to continue moving up the career ladder.

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Middling America: How to solve the nation’s biggest skills gap

Posted In: Workforce Insight

The latest data on the U.S. job market reveals a troubling employment gap in “middle skills” jobs – those requiring more than a high school diploma but less than a four-year college degree.

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Student Spotlight: TriHealth’s Kristen McKinney

Posted In: Students

Kristen McKinney has always had a hunger to help people, so it’s not surprising the mother of two teenagers found herself working in healthcare.

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Customer Service Skills in the Age of AI: Are Your Employees Ready?

Posted In: Workforce Insight

A recent ebook features industry leaders describing how to keep up with the new skills your customer service representatives must have in the age of automation, AI and self-service.

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Many Paths, Many Partners: The SNHU Formula for Expanding Access to Higher Education

Posted In: Workforce Partnerships Press Releases

SNHU expands access to higher education for “nontraditional” students by partnering with a wide range of organizations and employers.

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