Month: July 2020

HigherEdJobs.com: How to Lead with Emotional Intelligence During Hard Times

Read How to Lead with Emotional Intelligence During Hard Times by Eileen Hoenigman Meyer from HigherEdJobs.com, July 23, 2020. Read Communicating Risks to Foster Compliance by Lindsay McKenzie from Inside Higher Ed, July 28, 2020. Read Three Tips for First-Generation Graduate Students Navigating Education During the Pandemic by Stella Smith…

LinkedIn News: How to Fight Off Feeling like a Fraud During Your Job Search

Read How to fight off feeling like a fraud during your job search by Andrew Seaman, from LinkedIn News, July 20, 2020. Listen to Planning, Adjusting and Communicating for the Fall? from Inside Higher Ed Podcast, July 14, 2020. Read Dealing with Uncertainty During the Coronavirus Pandemic by Lawrence Robinson…

“…And then, I cried after the closing session…:” Confessions of an Unemployed Professional

Dealing with unemployment can be isolating and professional development opportunities can exacerbate feelings of being alone. Even when surrounded by your peers. Read more about what I learned about the power of being vulnerable and honest about myself.

InsideHigherEd: Centering Students’ Needs​

Read Centering Students’ Needs by Maximillian Matthews, from Inside Higher Ed, July 14, 2020 Read Don’t Let Micro-Stresses Burn You Out by Rob Cross, Jean Singer and Karen Dillon, from Harvard Business Review, July 9, 2020. Read The Early Impacts of COVID-19 on the Community College Student Experience by Linda L. Garcia, Mike Bohlig…

Harvard Business Review: How to Be a Better Ally to Your Black Colleagues

Harvard Business Review: How to Be a Better Ally to Your Black Colleagues

Read How to Be a Better Ally to Your Black Colleagues by Stephanie Creary, from Harvard Business Review, July 8, 2020. Read Reopening Campuses, Racial Disparities by Kery Murakami, from Inside HigherEd, July 8, 2020. (page 2) Read How “Different” Will Post-COVID Higher Education Be, Especially for “At-Risk” Students? by…

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