Read This Year, King Couldn’t Give a King Day Speech by Walter Kimbrough, from Inside Higher Ed, January 25, 2021. Read ‘Illusion of Inclusion’ by Colleen Flaherty, from Inside Higher Ed, January 6, 2021. Watch “Higher ed faces racial equity,
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* Read How to Lead When Your Team Is Exhausted — and You Are, Too by Merete Wedell-Wedellsborg, from Harvard Business Review, December 15, 2020.
* Read Are Colleges Superspreaders? by Lilah Burke, from Inside Higher Ed, January 15, 2021 (Link Only).
* Read What I learned from talking to 20 diversity, equity, and inclusion experts by Albrey Brown, from Fast Company, January 8, 2021.
* Part of WiFi (What I Find Interesting) Wednesday.
In a previous post, How to Assert Yourself Without Being Assertive, and Other Lessons I Was Told to Learn, I began to document some of the pivotal experiences that happened to me professionally. The supervisors who were part of these experiences were trying to change my impact on the team through what I now believe was negative behavior modification.
Before writing about these incidents in one place, I never made the connection about their cumulative impact. I also never thought of my previous supervisors’ leadership as poor, as I was craving their positive feedback. I plan to explore these experiences in a series of blogs. In this blog post, I’ll share the lessons learned from exploring the impact of poor supervision and leadership. This post has been updated to reflect some additional lessons learned.
Read How to Tell Your Boss You’re Burned Out by Ron Carucci, from Harvard Business Review, January 5, 2021. Listen to Holding On Tight Is Easier Than Letting Go. Why We Need To Learn How To Do Both Well, from