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Equipping Faculty with Mindful Leadership Practices

Learn how to be attentive to your and your students’ needs, engage in purposeful communication, and become mindful leaders.

May 29
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Mindful leadership skills for faculty

Faculty well-being

Student engagement

The topic of mental health and diversity and inclusion are inextricably linked. Especially in higher education contexts, students come from all around the world, and in different cultures, there are varying definitions, perceptions, stigmas, and help-seeking behaviors regarding mental health. In addition, various groups experience different stressors due to discrimination and racism. By taking a top-down approach to student well-being by equipping student-facing faculty with mindful leadership skills, our faculty will be able to engage more mindfully with our student body as well as engage in critical reflection regarding their unconscious biases that may interfere with their ability to be open and compassionate to all students, no matter their background. In turn, these education efforts will aid in providing students with a sense of belonging and psychological safety, help students develop greater rapport with faculty and increase the likelihood students will engage in help-seeking behaviors.

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The topic of mental health and diversity and inclusion are inextricably linked. Especially in higher education contexts, students come from all around the world, and in different cultures, there are varying definitions, perceptions, stigmas, and help-seeking behaviors regarding mental health. In addition, various groups experience different stressors due to discrimination and racism. By taking a top-down approach to student well-being by equipping student-facing faculty with mindful leadership skills, our faculty will be able to engage more mindfully with our student body as well as engage in critical reflection regarding their unconscious biases that may interfere with their ability to be open and compassionate to all students, no matter their background. In turn, these education efforts will aid in providing students with a sense of belonging and psychological safety, help students develop greater rapport with faculty and increase the likelihood students will engage in help-seeking behaviors.

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Mindful leadership skills for faculty

Faculty well-being

Student engagement

Speakers

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Rebecca Block, MS, CHES, CHWP

Health Promotion Specialist, Student Well-Being (Director of the Mindful University Project)

University of Rochester

Rebecca has a BA in Health, Behavior and Society from the University of Rochester and an MS in Community Health Education from Teachers College, Columbia University. She is a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES), Yoga Alliance Certified Yoga Instructor (RYT 200), Certified Koru Mindfulness Teacher, and completed her College Health and Wellness Professional certificate from the American College Health Association (ACHA).

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Lisa Critchley EdD, PHR, SHRM-SCP
Founder and President
Kirk Partners Consulting (Mentor of the Mindful University Project)

Lisa Critchley EdD, PHR, SHRM-SCP, is the Founder and President of Kirk Partners Consulting LLC. Kirk Partners Consulting LLC provides mindfulness-based organizational and leadership coaching to drive leadership excellence and promote overall well-being. Her focus areas include organization-wide culture change, presence-based mindful leadership development, coaching, and strategy. Dr. Lisa Critchley earned her doctorate in Executive Leadership at St. John Fisher College. Her dissertation entitled, “The Leader’s Mind Matters: The Effect of Mindful Leadership Development Programs on Leadership Effectiveness, Mindfulness and Well-Being Among Global Manufacturing Leaders” was awarded the Exemplary Scholarship Award. Lisa is conducting independent research to advance awareness of mindfulness to enhance well-being and leadership effectiveness and understand the intersection of mindfulness, diversity, equity, and inclusion.

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Mindful leadership skills for faculty

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Equipping Faculty with Mindful Leadership Practices

May 29, 2024 12:00 PM
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Equipping Faculty with Mindful Leadership Practices

May 29, 2024 12:00 PM
ET
Learn how to be attentive to your and your students’ needs, engage in purposeful communication, and become mindful leaders.

The topic of mental health and diversity and inclusion are inextricably linked. Especially in higher education contexts, students come from all around the world, and in different cultures, there are varying definitions, perceptions, stigmas, and help-seeking behaviors regarding mental health. In addition, various groups experience different stressors due to discrimination and racism. By taking a top-down approach to student well-being by equipping student-facing faculty with mindful leadership skills, our faculty will be able to engage more mindfully with our student body as well as engage in critical reflection regarding their unconscious biases that may interfere with their ability to be open and compassionate to all students, no matter their background. In turn, these education efforts will aid in providing students with a sense of belonging and psychological safety, help students develop greater rapport with faculty and increase the likelihood students will engage in help-seeking behaviors.

Presenter(s)

Rebecca Block, MS, CHES, CHWP

Health Promotion Specialist, Student Well-Being (Director of the Mindful University Project)

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University of Rochester

Rebecca has a BA in Health, Behavior and Society from the University of Rochester and an MS in Community Health Education from Teachers College, Columbia University. She is a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES), Yoga Alliance Certified Yoga Instructor (RYT 200), Certified Koru Mindfulness Teacher, and completed her College Health and Wellness Professional certificate from the American College Health Association (ACHA).

Rebecca has a BA in Health, Behavior and Society from the University of Rochester and an MS in Community Health Education from Teachers College, Columbia University. She is a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES), Yoga Alliance Certified Yoga Instructor (RYT 200), Certified Koru Mindfulness Teacher, and completed her College Health and Wellness Professional certificate from the American College Health Association (ACHA).
Lisa Critchley EdD, PHR, SHRM-SCP

Founder and President

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Kirk Partners Consulting (Mentor of the Mindful University Project)

Lisa Critchley EdD, PHR, SHRM-SCP, is the Founder and President of Kirk Partners Consulting LLC. Kirk Partners Consulting LLC provides mindfulness-based organizational and leadership coaching to drive leadership excellence and promote overall well-being. Her focus areas include organization-wide culture change, presence-based mindful leadership development, coaching, and strategy. Dr. Lisa Critchley earned her doctorate in Executive Leadership at St. John Fisher College. Her dissertation entitled, “The Leader’s Mind Matters: The Effect of Mindful Leadership Development Programs on Leadership Effectiveness, Mindfulness and Well-Being Among Global Manufacturing Leaders” was awarded the Exemplary Scholarship Award. Lisa is conducting independent research to advance awareness of mindfulness to enhance well-being and leadership effectiveness and understand the intersection of mindfulness, diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Lisa Critchley EdD, PHR, SHRM-SCP, is the Founder and President of Kirk Partners Consulting LLC. Kirk Partners Consulting LLC provides mindfulness-based organizational and leadership coaching to drive leadership excellence and promote overall well-being. Her focus areas include organization-wide culture change, presence-based mindful leadership development, coaching, and strategy. Dr. Lisa Critchley earned her doctorate in Executive Leadership at St. John Fisher College. Her dissertation entitled, “The Leader’s Mind Matters: The Effect of Mindful Leadership Development Programs on Leadership Effectiveness, Mindfulness and Well-Being Among Global Manufacturing Leaders” was awarded the Exemplary Scholarship Award. Lisa is conducting independent research to advance awareness of mindfulness to enhance well-being and leadership effectiveness and understand the intersection of mindfulness, diversity, equity, and inclusion.

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