My long-term job search, at times felt like it would go on for years and years. But recently I received news I am looking forward to sharing! Since May 18, 2018, I have been sitting on pins and needles. I
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.
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
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
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
What do you do when your months-long job search stalls? How do you recover? What are your next steps? I am going to chronicle my experiences jump-starting a new job search. I originally wrote this post in November 2019. Life
How do you manage the emotional toll of a long term job search? How do you move past the emotions that naturally occur to bring focus and clarity to what you want to do? Read more about how I discovered how to pivot to my passion and focus less on the search.
Managing tough questions about long-term unemployment is challenging. Answering the questions at professional conferences is even tougher. Learn strategies for answering some challenging, but oft-repeated, questions when you’re surrounded by peers in your field.