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In an article entitled ‘Working for a university in a non-academic role’, Dr Catherine Armstrong explores the alternative careers that academics can pursue in Higher Education.
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Feedback is an important and inevitable part of the professional journey. Knowing how to digest suggestions from a colleague is necessary for a successful career.
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No matter your industry or position, promotions can influence your short and long-term job satisfaction - from career progression to future opportunities. Use this two-part approach to make the most of internal advancement opportunities.
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Supervisory relationships are an important part of our work life. Sometimes, we can feel stuck when we experience conflict with our supervisors. There are a few ways to manage difficult relationships with the colleagues we to which we report.
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most leaders and others can learn, develop, and increase their own emotional intelligence. It takes assessment, self-motivation, learning, awareness, practice and feedback.
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The next time you receive feedback in the workplace consider this: To compete against the most educated and experienced professionals in higher ed, jobseekers need to have soft skills (and the references to back them up).
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Successfully incorporating different perspectives into your workflow is essential in today’s higher education workplace. Here are some simple ways to connect with your peers and to establish successful working relationships in a diverse environment.
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Learn s strategy-based tool for increasing conditions for taking charge and thriving in your academic and leadership career goals.
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Learn the 4 basic patterns of bias and provide concrete tips successful women have used to effectively navigate workplaces shaped by subtle bias.

 
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