ACADEMIC IMPRESSIONS – SELF-CARE RESOURCES
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Are you finding that your self-care is becoming just another thing on your to-do list? Maybe it’s not a priority at all. Between taking care of your career, family, friends, and household—all while working in new ways from home—you may feel as if there’s never enough time in the day to take care of yourself.
Join us online and learn how to integrate self-care into your life in a meaningful way that does not feel like a chore.
Emotional labor is the process of regulating your emotions and putting others’ needs before your own during interactions with students, colleagues, and superiors in order to deliver high quality work. It can be difficult to detect – and even more challenging to manage – especially in environments that prioritize human connection, which includes most jobs in higher education. Expending high-level emotional labor over extended periods of time can lead to burn out, permanent exhaustion, and, at times, turnover.
Join us for a virtual training where you can start building a toolkit for scaling down your emotional labor and using it on your own terms.
As a leader, you likely know that empathy is a behavior that can help you build connections and trust with others on your team. Due to the uncertainty and rapid change we have been navigating through this past year, you may have found yourself exercising empathy with colleagues more often and at greater depths than you’ve ever had to before. Empathy fatigue may be settling in and you might be noticing that exercising empathy gets more difficult the more tired and worn out you become.
Join us online to learn how you can utilize your emotional intelligence to recognize the signals of fatigue and continue to embrace empathy when it’s most needed.
Our current working conditions mean we are juggling rapidly changing directives from work while also trying to manage a new normal at home. How do you maintain your professional resilience when faced with surmounting challenges or, even worse, layoffs? How do we keep these setbacks from becoming defeating messages we internalize? This virtual training will give you an opportunity to delve deeper into the content and workshop ways to integrate what you’re learning into your practice.
Leading teams during times of crisis can be an enormous challenge and an unexpected opportunity. Supporting staff to deliver their best possible work means offering informational, resource, and emotional support. Predictably, there will be some roadblocks, so the question is how can you actively guide your team in building their resilience to bounce back from stress and move forward with renewed energy and agency?
Join us online for this training where you will engage with the four components of resilience to protect and promote your own and your team’s well-being.
The COVID-19 crisis has put a great deal of strain on faculty members as they juggle already taxing schedules with a rapid transition to remote instruction. Managing a new style of teaching, disruptions to research and writing practices, and the realities of working from home have proved to be a herculean task for many.
This webcast features a facilitated discussion with Anita Kite, PhD, and Carina Vocisano, PhD, psychologists and faculty coaches for Academic Impressions, where we tackle questions such as:
- What is most essential when pivoting to remote learning and research?
- How might you limit your engagement with outside stimuli stay focused?
- What are your best practices for playing the “long game” and keeping perspective?
- How can you manage feelings of overwhelm and stress?
- In a time of constant communication, how can you avoid burnout?
Many of us live with constant self-talk that undermines our confidence, courage, and resilience. Join us online to learn how you can start developing your alternative voice – your inner coach – in order to become a more effective leader. You’ll learn the neuroscience behind why we all doubt ourselves, and you’ll discover a new technique that will help you think and act in more constructive ways.