The Uplift broadcasts the mission of The Clareo Group: to unleash the power of women’s leadership in higher ed. Each episode blends real stories, leadership philosophies, and actionable advice – all designed to help women amplify their voices and elevate their leadership.
Brimming with wisdom, experience, and a fierce resolve to shatter stereotypes, Mayra Olivares-Ureuta captivates us with her mission to dismantle institutional barriers and create a more inclusive future in higher education. In today’s episode we talk about Mayra’s passion for increasing representation for Latine students and leaders throughout higher education, how she approaches imposter syndrome, […]
Episode at a glance Dr. Elizabeth Keating is a linguistic anthropologist who explores language — and more recently, narrative — to understand people’s daily experiences. In her new book, The Essential Questions: Interview Your Family to Uncover Stories and Bridge Generations, she explores the power of asking open-ended questions that create connections by revealing the […]
Leaders have a responsibility to have empathetic conversations, even they’re uncertain about their language and they make mistakes.
I tried to implement structure and systems while diving deep into who I am. The result? A systematically mystical summer that broke my brain.
Teaching is an act of love. After thinking about this with recent guests and faculty Rand Park, Sidneyeve Matrix, and Stephanie Cawthon, I’ve come to wonder if we don’t expect far too much of our educators and far too little from our leaders. Teaching requires emotion: compassion, empathy, affection. Even love. These are necessary for […]
Stephanie Cawthon is an expert teacher *and* stage manager who creatively engages students in class and also colleagues in meetings.
Successful teachers, like successful leaders, engage people’s hearts. Sidneyeve Matrix is one of my favorite people to talk about this with. A marketing professor and graphic designer with a Harvard credential in Instructional Design, Sidneyeve devotes (I’m guessing) most of her waking moments to thinking about how to help people learn by surrounding them with beauty. […]
Rand Park is a senior lecturer at UM’s Carlson School of Management. He joins us to share his insights into how extraordinary teaching and authentic leadership lead to both transformational learning and leading.
Have you been a teacher? Then you have the leadership skills you need.
For our summer session we’re running a fan favorite playlist: a combination of the most-listened-to episodes as well as listener favorites. Our Summer Session gives you a chance to revisit episodes you may not have heard in a while or even to listen to episodes you might have missed. Today we’re replaying Episode 26: In […]