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Post-Workshop Resources

It was such a tremendous pleasure to work with you! To follow up on our workshop, I have some information, additional resources, and a few gifts to use along in your academic journey.

 

Tenure & Time Management: How to Manage Your Time So You Can Publish Prolifically and Have a Life Beyond the Ivory Tower


You can obtain a copy of the slides from your workshop by clicking below:

Faculty Women Of Color Conference

A Few Gifts For You!


Here are some additional training materials for you to download and enjoy at your convenience.  

 

 

GIFT #1: The Sunday Meeting

If you would like to start having a Sunday Meeting to plan your week, you can follow along here (this is a hand-on workshop):

GIFT #2: The Art of Saying "No"

Many faculty (pre and post-tenure) find it incredibly difficult to sort out when, why and how to say "NO". In this monthly training call, you will learn: 1) the biggest mistakes faculty make in responding to requests, 2 ) how to identify and disrupt problematic patterns, and 3) our favorite strategies that you can implement immediately so you can add "no" to your vocabulary this semester.

GIFT #3: Zero Inbox

Are you overwhelmed by email? Here's a quick explanation of how I achieve ZERO INBOX on a daily basis: 

GIFT #4: Writing Accountability
Here's a brief description of the different types of writing accountability structures:

Monthly Webinars


The workshop you experienced was an example of the types of webinars we offer each month to our individual and institutional members. Our monthly training and guest expert webinars are a benefit of NCFDD membership. Once your account is set up, feel free to register and review our Upcoming Webinar Calendar.

 

Faculty Success Program


Some of you expressed interest in our 12-week Summer Boot-Camp. You can read more about the program by clicking here. It's not for everyone, but if you need to make some radical changes in your productivity and/or work-life balance AND you know that you'll be most effective working within an intense community of support and accountability, then consider enrolling in our next session.

In this 60-minute workshop, learn how to create an irresistible offer, how to position your FSP participation as a win-win situation for your college, and how to secure a commitment from your university that will provide you with the tools you need to thrive in your department!

14-Day Writing Challenge


The 14-Day Writing Challenge is an opportunity for you to experiment with daily writing in a supportive environment for free, and with a little daily dose of electronic love from me.

 

Our next challenge is from April 11-24, 2016

The challenge is simple: write for at least 30 minutes every day (Monday through Friday) for two weeks. At the end of that time, you can evaluate for yourself: 1) did daily writing increase or decrease your productivity? and b) did participation in a community increase/decrease your enjoyment of the writing process?

 

Join the Next 14-Day Writing Challenge

04/11/16 - 04/24/16

Register Now!

 

 

 

I greatly enjoyed working with you and am looking forward to hearing about all of your success.

 

Warmly,

 

Kerry Ann Rockquemore, PhD

President and CEO

National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity

www.FacultyDiversity.org

 

 

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