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Deadline Extended — Call for Chapters: Intersections of Wellness and Leadership in Higher Education Text (Due Wed., Feb. 24)

(via Amy Tureen–University of Nevada, Las Vegas)

The deadline for chapter proposals for the forthcoming text Intersections of Wellness and Leadership in Higher Education has been extended to Friday, February 24. Higher education employees are invited to submit chapters focused on the intersections of wellness and leadership of all types. Chapter topics can include, but are not limited it, the following:

  • strategies for developing wellness habits/practices
  • coping techniques and practices for new leaders
  • mentorship & wellness
  • unique wellness challenges/needs for BIPOC leaders in higher education
  • unique wellness challenges/needs for LGBTQIA+ leaders in higher education
  • unique wellness challenges/needs for leaders at for-profit higher education institutions
  • unique wellness challenges/needs for higher education leaders with parenting/caretaking responsibilities
  • unique wellness challenges/needs for higher education leaders experiencing chronic illness or disability
  • COVID-19
  • barriers to wellness
  • developing wellness-focused organizations
  • emotional health
  • faith as a component of wellness
  • physical impact of extended stress
  • learning mindset
  • vulnerability & leadership
  • cohorts & support systems
  • navigating HR & FMLA policies
  • navigating wellness related benefit policies
  • wellness incentive programs
  • emotional labor
  • imposter syndrome
  • mental load
  • compassion fatigue

The full call for chapters is available here.

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