18 pages tagged "work-life balance"
CYGNA: REF and Christmas during a pandemic
Reports on our 36th CYGNA meeting with a presentation on REF and A Christmas celebration
CYGNA: The wonderful world of book publishing
Reports on our 35th CYGNA meeting with three publishers discussing textbooks, research books and practice books
Introduction to Wives of the Organization
An exchange between Alison Konrad and Anne Huff to introduce Wives of the Organization
1st CYGNA Global Virtual Meeting: Coping with a Pandemic
Reports on our 31st CYGNA meeting - our first virtual meeting dealing with work-life balance during a pandemic
2nd CYGNA Global Virtual Meeting: MBTI & Stress
Reports on our 32nd CYGNA meeting - our second virtual meeting discussing stress trigger factors for different MBTI types
Be proactive, resilient & realistic!
Argues that as an academic you are an independent professional shaping your own career
Female academics: Wives of the organization?
Describes how gendered interactions in the workplace subvert success for female academics
CYGNA: Work intensification, well-being and career advancement
Reports on our 29th CYGNA meeting dealing with workloads and work intensification
How to prevent burn-out? About staying sane in academia
Provides twelve suggestions on how to prevent burn-out and keep your sanity
CYGNA: Female leadership in Higher Education
Reports on our 33rd CYGNA meeting - our first in a full academic year of online meetings
CYGNA: Working effectively with support staff in academia
Reports on our 18th CYGNA meeting with a presentation on working with support staff and a discussion of boundaryless careers
Take care of the little ants
One of the most funny and sad stories about office politics I have ever read
CYGNA: Be nice AND get the corner office
Reports on our 21st CYGNA meeting with an emphasis on negotiating your employment conditions
When to say no?
Criteria for saying no: Just because you can do something doesn't mean you always should do something
Wives, Woes and Good Work: Untangling the Contradictions
Commentary on Wives of the Organization exploring how relational practice can become invisible work
Does Everybody Still Want a Wife?
Commentary on Wives of the Organization arguing how we need change institutions
Citizens of the Organization
Closing commentary on Wives of the Organization offering suggestions on how to be a better organizational citizen
Wives of the Organization
An essay about how female academics often end up doing the academic equivalent of housework
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