During my own onboarding experience, I explore recommendations on evaluating workplace values alignment I have sat on this post for some time now. I have chronicled my job search woes and excitements over the last three years. Putting my thoughts
Since I believe that leadership is an expression of our values, I have challenged myself to look at the many ways my core values can show up in the work I do. Recently, I began a new job working at
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.
How do you help members, at all levels, understand the importance of living the values in ways that match the intentions of the founders and the chapter? How do you reinforce the positive behaviors while holding people accountable for behaviors that violate the values of the organization? In other words, how do you help your members understand the importance of congruence?
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.