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.
In this episode we revisit The Grounded Academic Leader from episode 30. I want to help you set yourself up for a strong start to your next term by reviewing your goals as this term comes to an end, and making adjustments based on what you’ve accomplished and learned to refine and recalibrate your goals for the next term.
A discussion of the fourth stage of psychological safety – the safety to challenge the status quo – as form of institutionalized and acceptable dissent.
“Being a contribution” — an idea from The Art of Possibility by Rosamund Stone Zander and Benjamin Zander — provides a frame for creating the 3rd stage of psychological safety (Contributor Safety), even as it helps you develop what Amy Edmondson calls Leadership Inclusiveness.
For better or worse — or honestly, just for worse — our busy-ness has become a measure of our worth. But activity is not achievement. We know this from teaching, and we can infuse this into our leadership practice.
Psychological safety permits people to feel safe enough to experiment and make mistakes. You know how to do this as a teacher. You can use those same skills in your leadership practice.
in today’s episode i discuss why inclusion matters so much to psychological safety, and how to identify inclusive behaviors in your own leadership, on your team, and even from your own boss. i weave together research from amy edmondson, nika white, and timothy clark. i also share some resources you can use today to identify behaviors you can change to improve psychological safety for your team, as well as behaviors you can look for to assess your own team’s levels of inclusion with each other.
Listen to Love Your Job Again on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts: In this episode, you’ll hear… [1:48]: Why and how “Love Your Job Again” is focused on the concept of consistent feedback on meaningful work. Because a happy team is a joy to lead. Grab the workbook and follow along as you learn […]
In this episode you’ll hear… [0:08] I want you to Love Your Job Again! And I want you to help your teams love theirs. Come learn how to love your job by uncovering the secret to joy at work. Join me for the final version of Love Your Job Again this Wednesday, February 1, at […]
When I told a friend about my dream of building an app to help women see whether their new-boss-to-be is toxic — before they accept that new job — he burst out laughing and said “you’re on a serious vendetta here.”
My first response was oh no, no no no. And then immediately I was like uhhh, yeah, maybe a little bit.
In this episode I explore how what could have been a vendetta instead has become my mission to transform higher ed.
Listen to A Budget is a Moral Document Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts : In This Episode, You’ll Hear: A Budget is a Moral Document This idea has pervaded my life since childhood, but I hadn’t heard (or remembered) the phrase until I saw it last summer, painted starkly on a building mural near […]