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academic leadership is not for the faint of heart.

Leadership roles provide incredible opportunities for learning and growth and can also lead to burnout and overwhelm, especially if you're an introvert who is accustomed to controlling your own calendar and having ample alone-time to think. Leaders from underrepresented groups may face additional challenges, like having to prove themselves in order to successfully influence others.

And the complexity of the context in which academic leaders operate seems to increase every day.

I hope the resources below will help you thrive amid the challenges, staying grounded in your values and inspired by the critical importance of this work. If you don't find what you're seeking, please reach out to me. I periodically add new content, and I want to be sure I'm providing useful tools.

selected blog posts


The blog posts below may be of particular interest to academic leaders. I hope you'll check out other posts as well!

selected videos 


From my biased perspective, all of my videos are universally relevant. :) Still, I've selected a few that might be of particular interest to leaders. If they're helpful, I hope you'll check out more

other resources

You may also wish to check out resources for mid-career academics.

And if you're looking for more support, please take a moment to learn about the programs I offer and the one-on-one work I do with clients.

*Wondering where the name "nodramaturg" comes from? Find out here.

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