Read more at The Mistake Companies Make When They Use Data to Plan Diversity Efforts by Katie Wullert, Shannon Gilmartin, and Caroline Simard, Harvard Business Review, April 16, 2019. Part of WiFi (What I Find Interesting) Wednesday.
How do we talk about social justice as it relates to our own lives? Are we ever insecure to bring it up? Do we suppress parts of ourselves to talk about it? I was asked two questions that I thought were provocative enough to share.
Fraternity and sorority leaders can be at the forefront of creating change on their campuses. Imagine if they put their energy into developing a community that welcomed students of color and the working poor? Particularly on predominately white campuses? How can the Greek community be part of creating change that will be ready for the students enrolled in the future?
Read more at When Your Job Is Your Identity, Professional Failure Hurts More by Timothy O’Brien, Harvard Business Review, June 18, 2019. Part of WiFi (What I Find Interesting) Wednesday. | #studentaffairs # highered #sachat #sapro #professionaldevelopment #leadersvalues
Our identities inform our beliefs and values. How does a gay identity inform leadership potential? I share why Pride, while complicated, matters to me.
How do Greek members develop a sense of citizenship and show their benefit to the community? Learn more about how to practice citizenship that matters!
Read Undue Burden by Colleen Flaherty in Inside Higher Ed. Part of WiFi (What I Find Interesting) Wednesday. | #highereducation #highered #socialjustice #inclusion
How do you manage the long-term job search when you have mixed emotions about your success? How do you you address how you’re feeling and still move on? I have a couple of things to say about this topic.