Month: March 2020

Personal and Professional Development – What Do You Want to Revise?

Advancing our careers requires innovative thinking. Consider how you can revise your skills and maximizing our strengths to be ahead of the learning curve. Over the past three weeks, I have watched my friends and peers learn how to pivot their learning. Many have demonstrated themselves as accomplished professionals in…

Harvard Business Review: That Discomfort You’re Feeling is Grief

Read That Discomfort You’re Feeling is Grief, by Scott Barinato from the Harvard Business Review. Part of WiFi (What I Find Interesting) Wednesday. A year ago, I was working on the manuscript of my book, Tales of a Displaced Worker. I found articles online that described the feelings I had about…

Personal and Professional Development – What Do You Want to Learn?

Even when we are in crisis, we can be thoughtful and deliberate in our personal and professional development. Using the Management Plan model, you can focus your efforts on what skills to learn I have been watching my Facebook feed and reading news about the shift to remote learning and…

HigherEdJobs.com: Now Your Team Is Virtual. What’s Next?

Read Now Your Team Is Virtual. What’s Next?, by Gary A. DePaul, PhD, CPT on HigherEdJobs.com. Part of WiFi (What I Find Interesting) Wednesday. The current situation in higher education, with new remote offices and supervision, came without the usual months-long planning and implementation plan. Many of you are likely figuring it out…

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