Month: August 2020

Supervising for Strengths, not Deficits

Strong staff teams start with strong managers who understand how to build a strong team. Learn to move beyond building a well-rounded individual and move to lead your team based on their strengths. Read about the various inventories and assessments that can help you build your team! I have spent…

Inside Higher Ed: Implicit Bias Training for Woke Faculty (A Satire)

Inside Higher Ed: Implicit Bias Training for Woke Faculty (A Satire)

Read Implicit Bias Training for Woke Faculty by Reshmi Dutt-Ballerstadt, from Inside Higher Ed, July 10, 2020. Read How Can Professors Bring Anti-Racist Pedagogy Practices Into the Classroom? by Sara Weissman, from Diverse Issues in Higher Education, August 25, 2020. Read How Brands Can Follow Through on the Values They’re…

Distance Learning Strategies

Put some of these high-impact distance learning strategies into your work to help your students make the most of their remote learning experience. With at least another semester of remote teaching in classrooms from kindergarten to graduate school, professors, instructors, teachers, and parents will need to learn ways to keep…

Medium.com: Your ‘Surge Capacity’ Is Depleted — It’s Why You Feel Awful

Read Your ‘Surge Capacity’ Is Depleted — It’s Why You Feel Awful by Tara Haelle, from Medium.com, August 16, 2020. Read How to Overcome Classroom Zoom Fatigue by Elizabeth Stone, from Inside Higher Ed, August 19, 2020. Read Are Your D&I Efforts Helping Employees Feel Like They Belong? by Michael…

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