Higher education is in the midst of major disruption. Major layoffs are happening as departments restructure in an effort to consolidate resources as a result of the economic effects associated with COVID-19… some institutions have even closed their doors for good.
As such, the job market for education professionals just got more competitive. On this week’s episode, Zach Busekrus chats with Dr. Colby Jubenville who is, among many other things, an international speaker, author, educator and coach, and the director of the Center for Student Coaching and Success on the campus of Middle Tennessee State University, about the importance of developing and scaling one’s personal brand.
During his tenure in higher education, Dr. Jubenville has published over 40 peer-reviewed and professional trade articles. He is certified in Harrison Assessments and routinely conducts 360 reviews for corporate clients and mid/large scale companies throughout the United States. His insights have been published in the Washington Times, Nashville Business Journal, The Tennessean, The Nashville Post, Canvas Magazine, and AthleticBusiness.com.
Dr. Jubenville outlines a compelling and actionable framework for how to create unique value and communicate (“sell”) that value to the world. This episode is a must-listen for any higher education professional looking to advance inside — or even outside of — the industry.