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Live training: “Crafting Your Mid-Career and Beyond as Faculty”

Academic Impressions
, a professional development team for higher education institutions, will offer a live training session to Case Western Reserve University faculty Monday, Nov. 15, from 1 to 3 p.m. The live training session, “Crafting Your Mid-Career and Beyond as Faculty,” will offer advice to faculty in their mid-career years on how to make the most of their professional careers and achieve their goals. Join this training session to learn more about:

  • The opportunities and challenges faced by mid-career faculty and why so many associate professors feel lost or languishing in their careers;
  • The process of career crafting and the different types of crafting techniques (e.g., task crafting, relational crafting, cognitive crafting);
  • Why design thinking is a useful framework for crafting your mid-career; and
  • How to make purposeful career decisions and select your ideal time distribution across scholarly, teaching, service, and leadership responsibilities.

Please register to attend the training.