Tools for Tough Times: Avoiding Burnout

What is “burnout?”  Burnout is described as “a break between what people are and what they have to do, and it is typically experienced as emotional exhaustion or depersonalization (Olson et al., 2019; Kolomitro, Kenny, & Sheffield, 2019)” Writing about burnout in Psychology Today, Paula Davis said this: “Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes once said, “Too … Continue reading Tools for Tough Times: Avoiding Burnout

Adaptive Leaders: Growth is the Evidence of Life

“Ceaseless change is the only constant thing in nature.”  John Candee Dean Change happens.  Change comes upon us personally in various forms. It may be surprising and good.  Change is often unexpected, and for many, unwelcomed. It may be uncomfortable for us, leading to disequilibrium. Change is often perceived as loss.  Yet change is also … Continue reading Adaptive Leaders: Growth is the Evidence of Life