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Stop Losing Negotiations – What To Do Differently

This executive education online program, Essentials of Negotiation: Optimizing Outcomes and Maximizing Value at Lehigh Business, is highly interactive and applied. 

Job Interview Question – Demonstrate Commitment to Diversity & Inclusion

This online program is designed for mid- and senior-level managers, directors, and those interested in driving change in their organizations and is available as part of our Executive Certificate in Management and Leadership. Learn more.

Changing Requirements Can Doom a Project. How Do I Successfully Manage These Changes?

During turbulent times, project management requirements are often changing on a daily basis. How can you manage in such an environment? Learn more through executive education at Lehigh Business.

What Is A Resilient Enterprise Supply Chain?

Because the numbers and types of threats that can undermine a supply chain are now greater than ever, resilience has taken on even more significance in supply chain management.

New Lehigh Business Building Moves Forward

Lehigh University College of Business is proceeding with plans to build a 60,000-square-foot building catty-corner to the Rauch Business Center.

What Did You Learn During the Pandemic?

Vistex Institute for Executive Learning & Research at Lehigh University College of Business provides high impact, short duration live online programs for working professionals.

Four New Online Programs Will Help Companies Get Back to Business

Lehigh College of Business executive education is training employees to be leaders in a crisis.

Cathy Engelbert on Leadership

Watch this insightful and candid interview with Cathy Engelbert, the very first Commissioner of the WNBA and a Lehigh alumna class of ‘86.

Fred Schaufeld's Journey as an Entrepreneur

In this interview, Fred Schaufeld ’81 ’15P ’17P, the Co-Founder and Managing Director of SWan & Legend Venture Partners, sits down with our former executive director.

Innovation Insights with Wendell Weeks

Watch this insightful and candid interview with Wendell Weeks ’81, the CEO of Corning Incorporated.