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California Lutheran University Financial Planning Featuring Student Anne Wittig

July 19, 2021 When Anne Wittig was in second grade, her father taught her sister and herself how to budget. This is a skill that Wittig used as an undergraduate at college and the jobs that followed. “I learned how much of a privilege it was. I saw friends and co-workers struggling to try to […]

California Lutheran University Financial Planning Featuring Faculty Saundra Davis

Professor Saundra Davis is a life-long learner. Having joined the Navy straight out of high school, Davis went to community college later in life to further her education. Her mentor, Doris Holmes, told her that there are no shortcuts to getting what you want and helped her get a scholarship to Golden Gate University, a […]

Hyflex Teaching Best Practice

April 29, 2021 HYFLEX TEACHING BEST PRACTICE     The hyflex teaching model allows some to work remotely while others can work face-to-face, explained California Lutheran University professor Dr. Sharla Berry. Dr. Berry is an online learning expert who has been published in multiple top-tier research publications. After a year of online teaching and online meetings, the […]

How to Attract Women Clients?

 May 18, 2021 How to Attract Women Clients?   Dr. Shine Lei is one of few individuals to have a CFP ® certification in both the U.S. and China. In the webinar, “How to Attract Women Clients?” Dr. Lei shares her research and insight on working with women clients.    Her career began as a trained […]

Can Robo-Advisors Help Financial Planning Professionals? (4/20/21)

April 20, 2021 CAN ROBO-ADVISORS HELP FINANCIAL PLANNING PROFESSIONALS?   Since the beginning of the pandemic, technology has progressed rapidly allowing adjustment to living and working at home. Still relatively new to the industry robo-advising is also progressing rapidly.  In June 2019, Vanguard’s robo-advisor managed a total of $140 billion and over 10 billion U.S. dollars […]

How Can Advisors Improve Tele-Financial Planning? (04/06/21)

April 6, 2021 How Can Advisors Improve Tele-Financial Planning?    Before becoming a financial planner, Derek Sensenig was a military training instructor. Unsure what career to pursue, Sensenig put himself out into the world and rapidly networked with those he met through varying opportunities. It was then he found a job at a bank through a […]

Why Post-Widowhood Marriage Exposes Those to Future Risk?

March 16, 2021 Why Post-Widowhood Marriage Exposes Those to Future Risk?    When Dr. Kathleen Rehl’s husband died in 2007 she experienced widowhood for the first time. According to Dr. Rehl’s research, 70% of women will experience widowhood in their lifetime compared to 80% of men who die while married. What’s more, women living in poverty […]

How to Counsel Clients Without Shaming Them?

How to Counsel Clients Without Shaming Them?    Dr. Ekta Kumar opened up the webinar by explaining the difference between the interchangeable words; shaming and guilt. Shaming she said is having a judgment on an individual. It can then be hard to make change happen when feeling overwhelmed with this emotion. For example, “I’m terrible at […]

How to Use Effective Communication to Lead Clients?

How to Use Financial Counseling and Coaching Skills to Help Your Clients?   Failure scares many of us, if not all of us in some way. Whether it is something big like not achieving our dream job or something small like undercooking a chocolate birthday cake. Carrie Beckstrom, an expert in communicating and the CEO of […]

How to Use Financial Counseling and Coaching Skills to Help Your Clients?

How to Use Financial Counseling and Coaching Skills to Help Your Clients?   Saundra Davis has spent her career helping others. Before working in financial planning, Davis spent 20 years working in nonprofits. It was there she realized the power in helping people who are less fortunate to go to college, have a home, and get […]

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