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Advancing Your Career in Academia

Dr. Loren M. Hill

A podcast for educators in post-secondary academic institutions throughout North America with host Dr. Loren M. Hill.

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03/02/23 • 38 min

Monique A. Stennis, MBA, is the Director of Diversity Initiatives at the University of Redlands Office of Campus Diversity & Inclusion. She is a communications professional with expertise in diversity initiatives and building a culture of inclusion within higher education institutions, small to mid-sized organizations, non-profits, and entrepreneurs. As a hands-on leader with expertise in branding, social media, collateral/website development, public relations, events, and integrative marketing Monique leverages her unique background, perspective, and extensive marketing career to quickly identify, translate, and deliver project management expertise, communication strategies, and innovative diversity programming aligned with the organization’s mission. Monique discusses practical ways to incorporate Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging in the Institutional, Department, and Classroom that benefit students, staff, faculty, and administrators.

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03/02/23 • 38 min

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02/03/23 • 36 min

Dr. Yvonne Styles is a dedicated consultant, trained and experienced in behavioral healthcare. As a professional who has spent twenty years in the non-profit sector, Dr. Styles is an advocate in the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging space specializing in training and capacity building for organizations, leaders, and board members. Dr. Styles advocates coaching and training as fundamental and transformational tools of empowerment for today’s leaders. Her lived experience has engendered a lifelong passion for social justice and equity which continually shapes and influences her work with non-profit leaders. Dr. Styles is committed to supporting authentic leadership and the emergence of change agents – Inspiring Growth & Managing Change! Dr. Styles discusses coaching partnership as a relationship that can help you view your situation with the much-needed support that is often lacking.
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02/03/23 • 36 min

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01/05/23 • 33 min

Dr. Catrena Elliott, often called the Introspection Leadership Doctor, is an Executive Coach, Gallup Strengths Coach, Leadership Advisory Board Member for the UC Santa Barbara leadership certificate program. Dr. Elliott has been a Human Resources leader for several Fortune 100 companies over the last twenty years. Her experience and expertise have yielded continuous improvement across HR services as she formulates and implements people management strategies and analyzes interpersonal conflict factors. She has led organizations through both growth and contraction while coaching and developing high-performing leaders. Dr. Elliott discusses the importance of working with HR beyond the annual performance review to advance your career. To learn more about Dr. Catrena Elliott, visit: https://www.drcatrenaelliott.com. Use promo code AcclivityBeyondHR for the special book price.
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01/05/23 • 33 min

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KL Moore, MBA helps women, BIPOC professionals, and new to mid-level leaders transition to the next level.
As a former electrical engineer in the manufacturing and agricultural biotech industry, KL was taught to “go to school, get a good job, work really hard, and surely you’ll get promoted.” Life’s experiences taught her otherwise. Although working smart and going above and beyond was essential for success, there were other “people skills” required to move up the ladder. True career success, she discovered, encompassed skills like networking, managing your professional brand, and communicating effectively.
KL has fused her industry work experience and teaching experience to create programs that resonate with people from all walks of life. KL discusses success tips professionals need to know, but no one ever tells them starting with the top 3 mistakes that undermine executive presence. From assertiveness and body language to executive presence and public speaking, this third-generation educator is excellent at teaching the nuts and bolts of communicating with confidence in any situation!
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12/01/22 • 33 min

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11/03/22 • 35 min

Dr. Sher Downing has spent 35 years in higher education, having held multiple positions including vice-chancellor. She has also had success in for-profit and nonprofit areas. Dr. Downing talks about how she used what she learned during the early phase of online learning and technology integration in higher education to become a consultant. Dr. Downing shares her approach to considering pivoting to Industry. To learn more about Dr. Sher Downing visit: https://www.downingedtech.com/
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11/03/22 • 35 min

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10/05/22 • 36 min

Dr. Clytrice Watson is a professor of Biology and the Associate Provost for Academic and Student Service at Delaware State University. Throughout her twenty plus years in higher education, she navigated through the academic ranks to full professor and has served in many capacities. She completed a 2-year rotation with the National Science Foundation as a Program Officer for the Historically Black Colleges and Universities Undergraduate Program (HBCU-UP) in the Directorate for Education and Human Resources and is a Society of STEM Women of Color board member www.sswoc.org.

Dr. Watson discusses her career ascension and the highs and lows of interpersonal interactions along the way. There is much more to the job than student-faculty interactions. We have to work with peers, senior faculty, and leaders. It can be particularly rewarding but encountering "mean girls" can be crushing. Navigating interpersonal interactions in higher ed can be rewarding if you have the right support. Dr. Watson provides tips for surviving challenging situations such as reflecting on your purpose, engaging your external network, and assessing the campus environment.

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10/05/22 • 36 min

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09/01/22 • 40 min

Dr. Gregory Pennington serves as Managing Partner for Pennpoint Consulting Group, LLC. He provides leadership development for Fortune 500 corporations and Not-for-Profit organizations. Dr. Pennington’s experience includes serving as V.P. Senior Leader Development and Planning for a $40 billion global multi-industrial company. His experience includes internal and external roles in human resources, training and development, diversity and inclusion, and executive coaching.
Dr. Pennington discusses elements of leadership, beginning with defining leadership. Additionally, why it is essential to understand contextualized leadership, including vision and mission fit between leaders and organizations.
Dr. Pennington shares examples of leadership moments when people have benefitted from coaching. To learn more about Dr. Pennington, visit: Pennpoint Consulting Group
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09/01/22 • 40 min

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08/04/22 • 30 min

Raymond Scott is a Certified Management Accountant (CMA) who has worked in finance in several industries at large and small organizations. When it comes to Institutional and department budgets, it Is easy to be intimidated or overwhelmed, but take a walk to the finance office, and you’ll probably be surprised to discover that they are happy that you visited. Learning about budgets, serving on Institutional budget committees, and collaborating with the Office of Finance provide excellent opportunities to engage with the Institution’s strategic plan and elevate your visibility. Raymond discusses the importance of learning more about Institutional finance and budget processes. To learn more about Raymond Scott, visit https://www.linkedin.com/in/raymond-scott/

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08/04/22 • 30 min

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07/07/22 • 30 min

Lyn Chamberlin is known for her award-winning strategic brand work in a cross-section of industries: television, higher education, nonprofits, media, and arts and culture. Lyn has developed successful brands for leading colleges, universities, and nonprofits. She is also a brand consultant for companies that include Blue Cross Blue Shield and International Data Group (IDG), as well as numerous emerging technology start-ups and small businesses. Lyn discusses the business of branding, industries, and companies that successfully engage branding strategies and why higher education and those in higher ed are reluctant to branding. Lyn talks about why “It’s not enough to be good.” Moreover, she delves into how developing a core personal brand narrative and successfully defining and telling your own story are strategies that will get you the recognition you deserve.

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04/06/23 • 42 min

René Nourse, CFP®, is the Founder/Chief Executive Officer, Wealth Advisor. After 25 years as a financial advisor in the corporate world, René left a major firm in June 2012 to launch Urban Wealth Management Group.
She is a frequent guest speaker and contributor on the topic of women and finance and is also recognized as a trailblazer and financial expert. René sensed that a shift was taking place in the financial services industry. Her intention was to build a platform that focused on strategic financial planning alongside investment management to better serve clients. But it was her personal experience, her mom’s challenges in her life, and her passing in 2017 that truly inspired her to focus the practice on supporting the needs of women. The longer she was in the business, the more she realized that women were being overlooked and underserved.
The fact is that the majority of financial advisors are men and don’t realize the importance of engaging the wives, significant others or even other female family members in the investment and financial guidance process. Women were not being serviced appropriately, so she initiated a platform to focus on the special needs of women.
René discusses the unique challenges that women who are often multitasking with careers and family face and how women are leveraging resources, finances, and wealth by making friends with their assets.
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04/06/23 • 42 min

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How many episodes does Advancing Your Career in Academia have?

Advancing Your Career in Academia currently has 32 episodes available.

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The podcast is about Podcasts and Education.

What is the most popular episode on Advancing Your Career in Academia?

The episode title 'Practical Applications for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging' is the most popular.

What is the average episode length on Advancing Your Career in Academia?

The average episode length on Advancing Your Career in Academia is 28 minutes.

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Episodes of Advancing Your Career in Academia are typically released every 28 days, 1 hour.

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The first episode of Advancing Your Career in Academia was released on Apr 13, 2021.

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