Partner with Me
Using the framework introduced in Agile Faculty: Practical Strategies for Managing Research, Service, and Teaching, I welcome partnering with faculty, faculty developers, graduate students, and institutions for keynotes and on-campus workshops, individual Scrum-based coaching, and small-group productivity sprint groups in the summer.
Join the Waitlist for the Fall 2020 Professor Burnout Group Coaching Program!
Based on my popular Inside Higher Ed essay and forthcoming book, the six-week Professor Burnout group coaching program is designed to bring together a small community of higher ed professionals to identify key aspects of burnout and to support one another as we work through coaching activities and reflection opportunities. Learn more here.
Looking for a Coach on Your Path to Faculty Vitality?
Sometimes we all need someone to help us articulate our goals, prioritize our work, support us on the journey, and celebrate our successes. Maybe you want to write more, or rethink your courses, or explore career goals and options. Or maybe you want to talk through a career transition or connect with someone about burnout. I will be offering a limited number of reduced-price one-on-one coaching sessions in May and June 2020: $75 per one-hour session, $200 for three one-hour sessions. To learn more about my coaching approach and what coaching can do for you, explore the Agile Faculty Life Coaching brochure. Complete the form below if you’d like to set up a discovery call to see if we’d make good partners in your professional development!
Interested in Bringing Agile Faculty Life to Your Campus, Live or Virtually?
I am available for keynotes, 1-2 hour workshops, half-day or full-day group retreats, as well as departmental and programmatic consulting and individual mentoring. I’m happy to lead experiences based on the topics below or to work with you to develop something specific to your needs. Please complete the Content Form below.
- Understanding burnout, and building resilience
- Managing your research agenda and/or research team with Scrum
- Managing your writing productivity with Scrum
- Using Scrum planning to plan or revise a course or program
- Applying Agile approaches to mentoring new faculty
- Planning for mid-career vitality with Scrum planning techniques
- Improving student collaboration in group projects with Scrum