Month: April 2020

Harvard Business Review: To Take Care of Others, Start by Taking Care of Yourself (and other WiFi articles)

Read To Take Care of Others, Start by Taking Care of Yourself by Whitney Johnson and Amy Humble, from Harvard Business Review, April 28, 2020 Read 15 Fall Scenarios by Edward J. Maloney and Joshua Kim, from InsideHigherEd.com, April 22, 2020 (Page 2) Read Why You Should Analyze Job Descriptions as Career Exploration by…

Finding Relevancy In a Changing World – Feeling Comfortable with the Discomfort of Change

In a world changing daily, how do you stay relevant in your work? Begin feeling comfortable with the discomfort of change! Read more about how you can. Third in a series. In the Introduction of the book I published earlier this year, Tales of a Displaced Worker, I tried to…

Do You Have Work-Related Anecdotes about Pointless Advice You’ve Been Given

For my second book, How to Assert Yourself* (*Without Being Assertive) and Other Pointless Lessons I Was Told to Learn, I am collecting stories about pointless advice you have been given. My best example is when I was asked to physically sit on my hands for six months when attending…

HigherEdJobs.com: Examining the Pipeline for Leadership Positions in Higher Education (and other WIFI articles)

Read Examining the Pipeline for Leadership Positions in Higher Education by Monika Sziron, HigherEdJobs.com, April 16, 2020. Read Learning During the Pandemic, by Doug Lederman, Inside HigherEd, April 15, 2020. (Page 2) Read When Losing Your Job Feels Like Losing Your Self, by Aliya Hamid Rao, Harvard Business Review, April…

Harvard Business Review: Is It Even Possible to Focus on Anything Right Now? (and other WIFI Articles)

Read Is It Even Possible to Focus on Anything Right Now? by Maura Thomas in Harvard Business Review, April 14, 2020. Part of WiFi (What I Find Interesting) Wednesday Weeks into our current reality of working from home (if possible), I have read many social media posts about the challenges of…

Mindful.Org: Zoom Exhaustion is Real. Here are Six ways to Find Balance and Stay Connected (and other WIFI Articles)

Read Zoom Exhaustion is Real. Here are Six ways to Find Balance and Stay Connected by Steve Hickman, from Mindful.org.  Part of WiFi (What I Find Interesting) Wednesday. Over the last few weeks, I have heard about the effects of Zoom and other online platforms making people feel exhausted. When I…

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