Freedom to Breathe: A Discussion about Prioritizing Your Center’s WorkAnnual Professional and Organizational Development Network Meeting (2013)
AbstractStaff in faculty development centers often have more ideas for programs and services than can be implemented. In addition, while requests for workshops, consultations, etc. are part of center expectations, other requests to participate in important campus initiatives often aren’t. How can we prioritize requests (especially when we can’t say no) and manage workload? This roundtable will introduce a framework that can help centers be intentional about the roles staff play in external work, as well as a tool to consider internal workload commitments. Join us to share ideas and strategies through a lively discussion.
Publication DateNovember 8, 2013
Citation InformationAndy Goodman and Susan Shadle. "Freedom to Breathe: A Discussion about Prioritizing Your Center’s Work" Annual Professional and Organizational Development Network Meeting (2013)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/james_goodman/9/