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Webinar: How to be an Effective Supervisor, Remotely
Friday, April 03, 2020, 2:15 PM - 3:15 PM CDT
Category: Professional Development

In response to the uncertainties presented by COVID-19, many colleges and universities have asked their employees to work remotely. This new policy leaves many employees and their managers working out of the office and separated from each other for the first time. Our panel will provide specific steps that managers can take without great effort to improve the engagement and productivity of remote employees, even when there is little time to prepare.

There are only 100 spots available for the live webcast.
Not available? Register anyway, we’ll send you the recording!


Christina Hubbard
Senior Director, Community College Strategic Research
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Christina Hubbard is a Senior Director of Strategic Research at EAB. Her research focuses on academic advising and working with various student populations.

Dr. Hubbard has spent twenty years in higher education including ten years in a community college where she gained experience in advising, program management, and serving post-traditional student populations. She has taught online for over 10 years and gained experience managing remote team members when she led a college access and success program that served adult learner, necessitating significant remote work form staff. She joined EAB in 2017 where she has continued her research on serving post-traditional students.

Dr. Hubbard holds a PhD in education from George Mason University, where she published her dissertation on the role of holistic advising on the persistence of adult community college students. She also has a Master of Education in Student Affairs from Regent University and a certificate in College Counseling from UCLA Extension.

John Linhorst
Information Technology Analyst
Jefferson College
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Crystal Berry
Vice President of Marketing and Communications
25th Hour Communications
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Use the hashtags #MCCAWebinar and #COVID19

Special Accommodations Request

All participants are welcome. If you need special accommodations please contact MCCA Professional Development at [email protected].

About MCCA Webinars

MCCA's free webinars bring experts in the field of higher education and workforce development to a screen near you. We focus on timely and relevant topics, so you're bound to find something of interest to your organization. Past webinars are archived via the MCCA Digital Repository for streaming on-demand. 

MCCA has developed a webinar series, Adapting to COVID-19: Higher Ed and the Transition to Online Learning, for college and university faculty and staff to learn tips, tricks, and best practices for this accelerated transition to teaching online and working remotely. Thought leaders are from a range of institutions and businesses and will share their strategies and experiences. This webinar series is provided to all at no cost.

Contact: MCCA Professional Development, [email protected]