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Leaders aren’t born, they’re made. This Monday show helps you discover leadership wisdom through insightful conversations. Independently produced weekly since 2011, Dr. Dave Stachowiak brings perspective from a thriving, global leadership academy, plus more than 15 years of leadership at Dale Carnegie. Bestselling authors, expert researchers, deep conversation, and regular dialogue with listeners have attracted 20 million downloads and the #1 search result for management on Apple Podcasts. A ...
 
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Karen Costa discusses how to support ADHD learners on episode 384 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode UDL is not a magic cure for all of our ills. -Karen Costa Individual accommodations can provide more personalized, specific, structured, and robust support. -Karen Costa We need to hear the voices of ADHD learners. -Karen …
 
Vanessa Bohns: You Have More Influence Than You Think Vanessa Bohns is a social psychologist, an award-winning researcher and teacher, and a professor of organizational behavior at Cornell University. Her writing and research has been published in top academic journals in psychology, management, and law and has also been featured in the New York Ti…
 
Jennifer Imazeki talks about implicit bias in our teaching on episode 383 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode It is not about changing the bias or stopping the bias. It is about getting in between your internal reaction and your external reaction. -Jennifer Imazeki There is so much going on with our students that we can’t …
 
Dorie Clark: The Long Game Dorie Clark has been named one of the Top 50 business thinkers in the world by Thinkers50, and was recognized as the #1 Communication Coach in the world by the Marshall Goldsmith Leading Global Coaches Awards. She is a consultant and keynote speaker and teaches executive education at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Busi…
 
Nicol Verheem: Teradek Nicol Verheem is a globally recognized leader and innovator, senior business executive, serial entrepreneur, and prolific angel investor. He has been recognized for his impact in the film industry with a lifetime achievement award from the Society of Camera Operators and an Academy Award for Sciences and Engineering, also kno…
 
José Bowen shares about his new book, Teaching Change, on episode 382 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode College students are aware of the fact that they change. -José Bowen What are the important questions that our discipline answers? -José Bowen Diverse groups do better work and outperform groups of highly competent hom…
 
Ashley Brundage: Empowering Differences Ashley Brundage is the Founder and President of Empowering Differences. She’s overcame homelessness, harassment, and discrimination and then, while seeking employment at a major financial institution, she self-identified during the interview process as a male to female transgender woman and subsequently was h…
 
Barbi Honeycutt and Bonni Stachowiak talk about how to use podcasts in teaching on episode 381 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Ask yourself, “how does this support my learning outcomes and help my students be successful in this course and beyond?” -Barbi Honeycutt Audio is a powerful medium. -Barbi Honeycutt Find podca…
 
Carey Nieuwhof: At Your Best Carey Nieuwhof is a former lawyer, a bestselling leadership author, a podcaster, and the CEO of Carey Nieuwhof Communications. He speaks to leaders around the world about leadership, change, and personal growth. He writes a widely read leadership blog at CareyNieuwhof.com and also hosts the top-rated Carey Nieuwhof Lead…
 
Marcus Croom shares about How to Discuss Race, Racism, and Politics in Education on episode 380 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode It is vital to know the difference between concluding a real talk and resolving a public issue. Those are not the same thing. -Marcus Croom Educators who take up this challenge will need to li…
 
Connson Locke: Making Your Voice Heard Connson Locke is Professorial Lecturer in Management at the London School of Economics, where she teaches Leadership, Organizational Behaviour, and Negotiation and Decision Making. She has over 30 years experience as an educator, coach, and consultant working all around the world. Her highly popular Guardian M…
 
Shawna Rodabaugh and Ian Wolf talk about reducing fear in learning context on episode 379 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode You have absolutely no idea what people are capable of until you put them in a situation where they can flourish. -Shawna Rodabaugh The true measure of whether I can teach or not is if I can bring i…
 
Christy Wright: Take Back Your Time Christy Wright is a #1 bestselling author, personal growth expert, and host of The Christy Wright Show. She’s also the founder of Business Boutique, which equips women to make money doing what they love. She loves helping women chase their version of success. She’s the author of Take Back Your Time: The Guilt-Fre…
 
Johnny Taylor, Jr.: Reset Johnny Taylor, Jr. is President and CEO of SHRM, the Society for Human Resource Management. Johnny is frequently asked to testify before Congress on critical workforce issues and authors a weekly column, “Ask HR,” in USA Today. Johnny was chairman of the President’s Advisory Board on Historically Black Colleges and Univers…
 
Lauren Bellaera discusses critical thinking in theory and practice on episode 377 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode When you’re teaching students, you have limited time. So all of the time you’re making particular pedagogical choices about where to focus. -Lauren Bellaera When teaching, we tend to like to put things in a…
 
Dave Williams: Leadership Moments from NASA Dave is an astronaut, aquanaut, jet pilot, emergency physician, scientist, CEO, and bestselling author. He is the former Director of Space & Life Sciences at NASA’s Johnson Space Center and has flown in space twice on Space Shuttles Columbia and Endeavour. Dave holds the Canadian spacewalking record and w…
 
Kwame Marfo Kwame Marfo is a director at Genentech in the San Francisco area. He is a graduate of the Coaching for Leaders Academy. He joins me in this episode to share how personal values can align intentionally with career choices. Key Points Kwame’s dad inspires the work he does today for others. An effective way to connect with others is to ask…
 
Quotes from the episode I no longer trust myself to know how much my students are understanding. -Dan Levy [/divwrap] Resources Mentioned Teaching Effectively with Zoom (2e), by Dan Levy Invisible Learning, by David Franklin Teachly.me Info about Dan Levy’s Teaching Teaching Effectively with Zoom, Second Edition, by Dan Levy Ezra Klein Podcast (Ezr…
 
Dave Stachowiak: Coaching for LeadersIn August of 2011, I started Coaching for Leaders as a small, side project. Ten years later, the show — and the community around it — have grown beyond my wildest expectations.In this conversation, my friend Scott Anthony Barlow of Happen to Your Career celebrates the 10-year anniversary of Coaching for Leaders …
 
Betsy Barre talks about how (and why) to use a course workload estimator on episode 375 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode The difference between an expert reader and a student reader is that an expert reader will slow down when they don’t know a word. -Betsy Barre Students are reading, they just aren’t reading well. -Bet…
 
Juliet Funt: A Minute to ThinkJuliet Funt is a renowned keynote speaker and tough-love advisor to the Fortune 500 who is regularly featured in top global media outlets, including Forbes and Fast Company. She is the founder and CEO of The Juliet Funt Group, helping business leaders and organizations to unleash their full potential by unburdening tal…
 
James Lang shares about the second edition of Small Teaching on episode 374 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Small changes can absolutely lead to revolutionary changes. -James Lang Students have to be introduced and conditioned to accept different types of teaching approaches. -James Lang I love having my students try t…
 
Edgar Schein and Peter Schein: Humble InquiryEdgar Schein is Professor Emeritus of MIT's Sloan School of Management. He is the recipient of the Distinguished Scholar Practitioner Award from the Academy of Management, the Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Leadership Association, and the Lifetime Achievement Award in Organization Deve…
 
Sarah Lipson and Laura Horne share about The Role of Faculty in Student Mental Health on episode 373 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode One of the most important determinants of student learning is motivation. -Sarah Lipson Resources Mentioned Student Mental Health and Faculty: Q&A With Dr. Sarah Kelchen Lipson of the Hea…
 
Mark Goulston: Talking to CrazyMark Goulston is a Founding Member of the Newsweek Expert Forum and a Marshall Goldsmith MG100 Coach, who works with founders, entrepreneurs and CEOs in dealing with and overcoming psychological and interpersonal obstacles to realizing their full potential.He is the host of the My Wakeup Call podcast and was a UCLA pr…
 
Alex Shevrin Venet talks about her book, Equity-Centered Trauma-Informed Education on episode 372 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Something that might just be stressful for one person could be traumatic for another. -Alex Shevrin Venet Trauma-informed education is not a checklist. -Alex Shevrin Venet The way we underst…
 
Tsedal Neeley: Remote Work RevolutionTsedal Neeley is a professor at the Harvard Business School. Her work focuses on how leaders can scale their organizations by developing and implementing global and digital strategies. She has published extensively in leading scholarly and practitioner-oriented outlets and her work has been widely covered in med…
 
Simon Dalley shares about peer mentoring on episode 371 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode A peer mentor is a more qualified and experienced student that provides guidance and support to another student. -Simon Dalley Mentors are influential in terms of being a remodel. They are the embodiment of a successful student. -Si…
 
Jonathan Raymond: Good AuthorityJonathan Raymond is the founder of Refound, where he and his team work with organizations to create a company culture based in personal growth. He’s the author of the book Good Authority: How to Become the Leader Your Team Is Waiting For*. He's also the creator of the Accountability Dial and the courses Good Accounta…
 
Erin Whitteck and Douglas Fritz share efforts toward more equitable assessment on episode 370 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode First impressions with students are extremely important. -Erin Whitteck High stakes assessments create such a risk averse environment where there is no room to fail. -Douglas Fritz Resources Bon…
 
Sandra Sucher: The Power of TrustSandra Sucher is an internationally recognized trust researcher and professor of management practice at Harvard Business School. She studies how organizations build trust and the vital role leaders play in the process. Before joining Harvard, she was a business executive for 20 years, served on corporate and nonprof…
 
Dave and Bonni Stachowiak give advice to a new professor on episode 369 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Students aren’t our adversaries. -Kevin Gannon Resources Mentioned Episode 6: Eight Seconds That will Transform Your Teaching with Dave Stachowiak Episode 94: Retrieval Practice with Pooja Agarwal Retrieval Practice …
 
Bonni Stachowiak: Teaching in Higher EdBonni Stachowiak is the host of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast, a professor of business and management at Vanguard University, and my life partner. Prior to her academic career, Bonni was a human resources consultant and executive officer for a publicly traded company. She is the author of The Productive On…
 
Kelvin Bentley talks about defining our future on episode 368 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode The pandemic has forced us to re-examine how we teach, what we are teaching, and what we can be doing differently. -Kelvin Bentley Our learners need us to be more mindful of our work. -Kelvin Bentley We need to do a better job…
 
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