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Adapting Strengths Remotely Part 2

Wednesday, April 8, 2020 – Philip Dodd Last week I shared two of my dominant strengths and how I’m trying to manage those in recent weeks. My Empathy and Positivity are extremely based in my emotional stability, so it’s no surprise those are more dramatic during this time (and let’s face it, those who know… Read more »

My New Coworkers

Thursday, April 2, 2020 – Dede Williams Vann In the midst of my changing work environment – from being at TCU to being at home, I have new coworkers within the ‘Vann Family Department’.  They are my husband, teenage son and our newly adopted puppy.  I used to see my fellow SDS peers, other TCU… Read more »

Adapting Strengths Remotely

Tuesday, March 31, 2020 – Philip Dodd I have been working with CliftonStrengths for over 10 years and it falls under my job responsibilities on campus. For those who are not familiar, this is an online assessment that provides insight into personal patterns of thought and/or behavior. In other words, it helps us see what… Read more »

NOT Business as Usual

Monday, March 30, 2020 – Rachel Haley This week marks yet another week of social distancing and self-quarantine for many of us across the country. In the transition to entirely virtual workspaces and distance learning, I have heard students, colleagues, and even peers candidly remake that they have embraced the current circumstances and are conducting… Read more »

Navigating Your Space

Monday, March 23, 2020 – Philip Dodd I’ve been remote for about one week. And it has been WEIRD! I’m channeling my positivity today which is difficult with all the information coming our way about how the virus might progress this week and how so many people are losing their jobs. I plan to write… Read more »