Monthly Archives: July 2012

A Word on “Bad Bosses”

I recently read an article entitled “The Value of Working for a Bad Boss” and posted it on Facebook and Twitter, asking for reactions.  Not surprisingly, there were many thoughts—seems like this topic resonates with quite a few folks! In … Continue reading

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Navigating the Transition: Day 45

How we enter an organization is critically important.  In a recent blog post about my first day of work (entitled “Day One”) I discussed some things to think about as you embark on a new professional endeavor. 45 days later I … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to First Time ACUHO-I Attendees

Dear First Time ACUHO-I Attendees, In a few short days, university housing professionals across the globe will come to Anaheim, CA for the ACUHO-I conference and Exposition (ACE).  For the first time delegate, this can be an overwhelming experience.  Here … Continue reading

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