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Tag Archives: collegiality
(Issue #503) Identity, Integrity, and Purpose
Start a movement within our ranks. A Vaclav-Havel-type of reclaiming our profession from those who either don’t know about it or have lost touch with it. NOTE: I stumbled on notes from a talk I delivered to my teaching colleagues … Continue reading
Posted in Life lessons Tagged collegiality, community, identity, integrity, purpose, resilience, teaching community, teaching resilience 3 Comments
(Issue #489) Opportunities to Notice
The range of what we think and do Is limited by what we fail to notice And because we fail to notice That we fail to notice There is little we can do To change Until we notice How failing … Continue reading
(#403) Create Your Own Story Or Someone Else Will
It may be too late. Perhaps you have witnessed it. People in a leadership position who fail to communicate clearly and effectively. An organization experiences gut-wrenching turnover, service decline, loss of client base, and eroding collegiality. The people charged with … Continue reading
Posted in boundaries and limits, change management, collegiality, Communication, decision making, Excuses, Failure, Integrity, intentionality, leadership, Life lessons, resilience, responsibility, self-awareness, self-efficacy, self-regulatory behavior, workplace bullies Tagged collaboration, collegiality, communication, ethical leadership, integrity, leadership, resilience, workplace bullies, workplace wellbeing 3 Comments
(#363) A Resiliency Group: Collaboration, Creativity, Caring, and Collegiality
Rather than waiting for (or blaming) “them” to do something, get creative and start a resiliency movement yourself. During my undergraduate years at Jacksonville University, I spent a fair number of hours in the campus library. On the second floor … Continue reading
(#254) The “Five Ps” of New Employee Mentoring
Does your organization effectively “on-board” new team members? This semester I had a wonderful opportunity to mentor a first-year full-time professor on our campus. And since our campus does not have a formal new faculty mentoring program, we kind of “made … Continue reading
(#249) A Life Well-Lived
Yesterday, our Buddy arrived at the end of his nearly 15-year journey and crossed over the rainbow bridge. To say there is a hole in our hearts at the moment is a gross understatement. But, we have to remember that Buddy … Continue reading
Posted in awareness, Balance, Being REMARKABLE, Civility, collegiality, Friendship, generativity, Gratitude, Life lessons, Life's purpose, Purpose, Reflection, wisdom Tagged civility, collegiality, curiosity, generativity, gratitude, life lessons, love, man's best friend, napping, wisdom 5 Comments
(#221) The 3Rs: Rapport, Rigor, and Responsibility
I need to take responsibility to develop authentic and meaningful relationships with my colleagues. This week I had the opportunity to work with the adjunct faculty of our college at our annual adjunct convocation. Events such as these help adjuncts build … Continue reading
Posted in collegiality, responsibility Tagged collegiality, rapport, responsibility, rigor, workplace relationships Leave a comment
(#211) The Power of the Crowd
Well-constructed and delivered staff training/development programs represent a “value-added” investment in an organization. The evolution of a team or organization depends on continuous growth. Forward looking leaders understand the importance of continuous professional development opportunities for their followers. PD should not … Continue reading