Our interview questions can sometimes thwart attempts in hiring the best candidates. Learn how to identify some clunkers and replace them with quality questions! Let’s do some guided imagery to kick off this post. Imagine this: You and your team
Read 6 Factors Impacting Campus Counseling Centers by Melissa Ezarik, from Inside Higher Ed, April 21, 2021. Listen to Sustainability on Student Affairs NOW! Podcast, April 21, 2021. Read When Colleges Close by Scott Jaschik, from Inside Higher Ed, April
Read Intimate Partner Violence Is a Workplace Issue by Beth A. Livingston, Louise Delavier, and Ynaée Benaben, Harvard Business Review, February 24, 2021. Read Do Students Feel Heard on Campus? by Melissa Ezarik, from Inside Higher Ed, February 24, 2021.
Read Reinventing Workers for the Post-Covid Economy by Eduardo Porter, from the New York Times, December 1, 2020. Read Students Feel Anxious About COVID-19. Why Aren’t They Turning to Campus Mental Health Resources For Help? by Sara Weissman, from Diverse
How do move away from professional skill development to supervising to a staff member’s strengths? Consider using a management plan model and learn how you can help staff identify ways to use their strengths.
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
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 A Dry Run at a Socially Distanced Classroom by Anna McLoon and Sarah K. Berke, from Inside Higher Ed, August 3, 2020. Listen to How to Assess Learning in a Pandemic By Rebecca Koenig, from EdSurge.com, Jul 29, 2020. Read Four Conversations