Overworked Educators: Dedicated, Fearful or Addicted to Work?
Bryan Robinson, Ph.D with Holly Elissa Bruno
|The good news is that thanks to Blackberries, iPads, cell phones and wireless communication it is now possible for education leaders to stay connected to work 24/7/265. The bad news is that education many education leaders are now staying connected to work 24/7/365. Increasingly leaders in the education find they are chained to their desks. This segment looks at what is driving many educational leaders into overdrive and overwork. We close with some keys to getting the job done without getting burned out.|
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May 8, 2009 Leadership Strategies
Bryan Robinson, Ph.D. is author, psychotherapist and Professor Emeritus at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He has written more than thirty books on self-awareness, relationships and behavior, including The Art of Confident Living (HCI Books, 2009), Chained to the Desk: A Guidebook for Workaholics, their Partners and Children and the Clinicians who Treat Them.
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