We need all the help we can get. Here’s why to ask for it.
A study suggests that an ongoing coaching relationship in the form of a committed partnership would empower faculty to achieve beyond prior performance.
Academics seek advice when writer’s block threatens their careers.
Writing coaches can boost and bolster a career. Here’s how to choose one.
If you’re finding it challenging to stay on top of “all the things” to know or with motivation or mindset to reach your goal, yes.
Top athletes and singers have coaches. Should you?
Receiving criticism never feels great, but it’s a necessary hardship if you want to evolve into the best writer you can be.
You’re not alone. Many graduate students question whether they are prepared to do the work they do. Here’s how to overcome that feeling and recognize your strengths.
How you can fire up your writing brain and get back on task.
While on sabbatical from teaching at Oxford, a young scholar ponders how the year poses its own challenges.
Preliminary results of a national survey find their job satisfaction in many areas lags those at assistant and full ranks.
A misalignment between the two could make you completely miserable, trigger depression or even cause you to become physically ill.
No one is entirely sure what happens to academics at midcareer, but most would agree they don’t like it.
Ideas from the trenches to help young leaders thrive
Being a faculty member in a university can be one of the most fulfilling career paths, but it has also become one of the most stressful jobs.
Five researchers share their stories and advice on how to maintain good mental health in the hyper-competitive environment of science.
Stress patterns are often predictable, and if we see them for what they are, we can build the support network, mindset, and constructive responses that we need to head them off.