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The #InVinoFab Podcast uncorks to share stories about women+, wine, and work through personal stories. In Vino Fabulum, means: In Wine, Story! Co-hosts @ProfPatrice & @LauraPasquini bring different voices and ideas to the pod to challenge, learn, and engage listeners for issues and ideas impacting women in their communities and at work. These narrative episodes are delightfully paired with interesting projects, workplace experiences, helpful learning anecdotes, and creative discoveries for how women live today. Listen to the podcast and join the conversation at @InVinoFab (Instagram & Twitter).
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Lesley D’Souza is a student affairs assessment professional who specializes in storytelling with data. Currently, she is the Director of Strategic Storytelling & Digital Engagement in Western University’s Student Experience division. After focusing on assessment and storytelling in her two previous roles, Lesley is exploring how data-informed stories can be used to intentionally shift culture in positive directions using digital engagement best practices. Lesley has held leadership roles in the Canadian Association of College & University Student Services and ACPA - College Educators International. She is co-authoring an upcoming book "Design Thinking in Student Affairs'' to be published September 2021. Connect to Lesley: lesleydsouza.com and on Twitter: @lesley_dsouza“I’m going to make mistakes, and I’m going to get things wrong. That’s going to happen. So I’ve got to learn how to apologize and learn how to make it right, and how to move it forward.”   ~Lesley on not being right, but getting it right how we center stories and knowledge.Here are links to a few things we discussed and resources Lesley shared around Indigenous pedagogy and decolonization: ACPA 2016 Conference: Conferencing with a Baby Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada Indigenous pedagogy: Storytelling Research is Ceremony: Indigenous Research Methods by Shawn Wilson Native Land https://native-land.ca/  Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants by Robin Wall Kimmerer Unceded Land “Dish With One Spoon Territory” Reframing climate change as a story of human evolutionary success Empowering the Spirit: Educational Resource to Support Reconciliation We need to talk about social media The biggest problem with feminism today—and how to fix it The #InVinoFab Pod REPLAY Episode #22: Sista Circles Research The intersectionality wars Juneteenth Colonized Classrooms: Racism, Trauma and Resistance in Post-Secondary Education by Sheila Cote-Meek  Decolonizing and Indigenizing Education in Canada Edited by Sheila Cote-Meek, Taima Moeke-Pickering Living in Indigenous Sovereignty by Elizabeth Carlson-Manathara  With Gladys Rowe  When Aboriginal and MétisTeachers use Storytelling as an Instructional Practice  [PDF] Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline  Inniskillin - Try their icewines Niagara Ice Wine Festival  ----In Vino Fabulum! In Wine, Story! Subscribe to #InVinoFab podcast on Stitcher, Google Play, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you catch your pods.  Follow us on Twitter @InVinoFab or IG: @invinofab   Email us to be a guest or share a topic suggestion? invinofabulum@gmail.com   Connect with your co-hosts (she/her) on Twitter: @laurapasquini & @profpatrice
Roséwave. Some say it’s a music and ambiance for an enjoyable way to wind down. Others might say Roséwave is a lifestyle. The term was coined and/or asked about by NPR Music’s Lars Gotrich back in 2017: https://twitter.com/totalvibration/status/876873692793507841 With it comes a few playlists created by NPR All Songs and other folks to let you jam to while you’re enjoying the summer’s end and long weekend:--Roséwave: 102 Songs To Juice Up Your Summerhttps://www.npr.org/sections/allsongs/2019/06/05/729726599/rosewave-102-songs-to-juice-up-your-summer --Single & Sauced: Swipe Right In 30 Songs https://www.npr.org/sections/allsongs/2018/06/13/619206675/single-sauced-swipe-right-in-30-songs--Roséwave: 75 Songs To Kick Off A Faux-Luxe Summer https://www.npr.org/sections/allsongs/2017/06/21/533731682/ros-wave-75-songs-to-kick-off-a-faux-luxe-summer--Happy & Sad: 31 Bittersweet Bops For Summer's End https://www.npr.org/sections/allsongs/2019/08/28/755011300/happy-sad-bittersweet-bops-for-summers-end #InVinoFab recommendations of drinks to get your sway on with  Roséwave 🌹🌊:Chateau Montaud Cote de Provence Rose 2018 http://www.vignoblesravel.com/ Yes Way Rose! https://yeswayrose.com/ La Croix Sparkling Water https://www.lacroixwater.com/ Waterloo Sparkling Water https://www.drinkwaterloo.com/ ----In Vino Fabulum! In Wine, Story! Subscribe to #InVinoFab podcast on Stitcher, Google Play, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you catch your pods.  Follow us on Twitter @InVinoFab or IG: @invinofab   Email us to be a guest or share a topic suggestion? invinofabulum@gmail.com   Connect with your co-hosts (she/her) on Twitter: @laurapasquini & @profpatrice
Marci Walton (she/her) spent more than a decade crafting learning experiences for students and staff at colleges and universities, which led her to her strengths and skills to make the leap out of higher ed to corporate learning and development. As a Training Consultant with an Employee Assistance Programs, she provides learning opportunities for thousands of employees throughout the world to live happier, healthier, more productive lives. In her free time, she enjoys bullet journaling, traveling, spoiling her niece, and being entertained by her two French Bulldogs. Connect to Marci Walton on Twitter & LinkedIn“The good work that you’ve done, doesn’t leave when you do.” ~ @MarciKWalton Follow @ResLifePuppy Iggy on Twitter More about Jesuit Colleges & Universities Spreadsheet: Higher Ed Career Tracker Expats of Student Affairs Facebook Group What is Human Resource Development? The Basics of Adult Learning Learning in the Flow of Work Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go: Career Conversations Employees Want by Beverly Kaye & Julie Winkle Giulioni Coaching Questions: A Coach's Guide to Powerful Asking Skills by Tony Stoltzfus Follow on Twitter: @HRSocialHour and hashtag #HRSocialHour  Cara North Association for Talent Development (ATD) Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) & my own take on certification.Want to learn more about the certification?  ATD Panel: Do Employers Value Certification? April 29, 2021 at 1 pm EDT Transitioning To Remote Work: A Practical Guide 10 questions to ask in a job interview that will really expose a company’s culture Experimenting with Our Identities @ Work Episode #83: Getting Unstuck in your Mid-Career Job Search with @monicamfochtman Webinar (Apr. 27): Make the Move: A Conversation with Marci and Monica at 7 pm EDT Meme: “Peace is the new success.” Buttonwood Winery: Syrah Rose Episode #35: Learning & Development with @HRGore #WomenInLearning LinkedIn Group Learning Guild Training Magazine Reflection questions if you’re thinking about going on the job market: Are you running from something, or are you running to something? How is this coming across in a job interview or prospective employer? What does success look like for you? How are you building your network in a new domain of work? ----In Vino Fabulum! In Wine, Story! Subscribe to #InVinoFab podcast on Stitcher, Google Play, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you catch your pods.  Follow us on Twitter @InVinoFab or IG: @invinofab   Email us to be a guest or share a topic suggestion? invinofabulum@gmail.com   Connect with your co-hosts (she/her) on Twitter: @laurapasquini & @profpatrice
For #InVinoFab episode no. 50, Patrice and Laura discuss a few articles related to sexism in the academy and how we can better support career planning for women. Being strategic about your own career path might help women move forward. We discuss mentoring vs. career sponsor. It will be critical to find a career sponsor to get you towards your tenure goal for academia or to climb your own career ladder at work. Sexism in the Academy: Women’s narrowing path to tenure nplusonemag.com/issue-34/essays/s…yVRfuX7RWYyqB7Wfg The Right Way to Find a Career Sponsor by Sylvia Ann Hewlett hbr.org/2013/09/the-right-way…find-a-career-sponsor Mentoring @ EDUCAUSE www.educause.edu/careers/special-…ograms/mentoring EDUCAUSE Community Groups Peer Mentoring Program 2019–2020www.educause.edu/community/educau…entoring-programWhat is a Career Sponsor & Why Might You Want One? www.theladders.com/career-advice/h…-might-want-oneOur #InVinoFab Recommended Books & Books We’re Reading: HBR Guide for Women at Work (2019) Forget a Mentor, Find a Sponsor by Sylvia Ann Hewlett Ruby by Cynthia Bond Colonize This!: Young Women of Color on Today’s Feminism by Bushra Rehman & Daisy Hernández (Editors) ----In Vino Fabulum! In Wine, Story! Subscribe to #InVinoFab podcast on Stitcher, Google Play, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you catch your pods.  Follow us on Twitter @InVinoFab or IG: @invinofab   Email us to be a guest or share a topic suggestion? invinofabulum@gmail.com   Connect with your co-hosts (she/her) on Twitter: @laurapasquini & @profpatrice
On this episode of #InVinoFab we have another cross-over podcast where Laura shares a conversation with friend of the pod, Dr. Katie Linder, about coaching. Enjoy this episode of Coach-to-Coach and go subscribe to hear coaching on Katie's episode, learn more about coaching, and hear what other coaches have to say about coach training/their practice in Season 6 of Coach-to-Coach. Enjoy! Listen to the Coach-to-Coach Podcast with Dr. Kate Linder Ep. show notes & transcripts at: S6E6: A Conversation with Dr. Laura Pasquini Learn more about her Higher Ed Coach Training Program Listen #InVinoFab Episode #61: Onboarding at a New Job & Organization with @Katie__Linder Follow on Twitter: @Katie__Linder More about Katie’s coaching, training, and work at: https://www.drkatielinder.com/  ----In Vino Fabulum! In Wine, Story! Subscribe to #InVinoFab podcast on Stitcher, Google Play, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you catch your pods.  Follow us on Twitter @InVinoFab or IG: @invinofab   Email us to be a guest or share a topic suggestion? invinofabulum@gmail.com   Connect with your co-hosts (she/her) on Twitter: @laurapasquini & @profpatrice
On this mini-episode of #InVinoFab, Laura and Patrice talk about working it out -- literally. This episode is to share how they have converted part of their home to effective workout spaces, and what it means to stay fit with a community and the benefits of working out. Here are a few of the things we mentioned that’s in our home gyms: Soul Cycle + Bike Bowflex C6 Aaptiv app Rubber Flooring Gym Mat  HIIT Workouts with Julie Ferrer - Hometurf Yoga with Adrienne Dumbbells: 3, 5, 8, 10, 15, & 20 lbs Kettle bell: 30 lbs Resistance bands & flexibility bands Rumble Roller How are you staying fit at home? What’s in your personal gym? How are you building a local/virtual community as you work out?----In Vino Fabulum! In Wine, Story! Subscribe to #InVinoFab podcast on Stitcher, Google Play, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, etc.  Follow us on Twitter @InVinoFab or IG: @invinofab   Email us to be a guest or share a topic suggestion? invinofabulum@gmail.com   Connect with your co-hosts (she/her) on Twitter: @laurapasquini & @profpatrice
In this Between the Chapters episode, the the 25 Years of Ed Tech, Laura talks with Laura Gibbs, Brenna Clarke Gray, and Caroline Kuhn about Chapter 9: The Learning Management System (LMS). The panel of this episode rejects how the LMS is not “linky” and how closed LMS constrains both the learner and educator from engaging online. But we also caution against how this LMS hub has grown since 2002 in its role for digital teaching and learning for higher ed institutions to also expand into a repository for data collection, learning analytics, and surveillance. Listen to our metaphors and meanderings about the LMS, and what we’ve been thinking about thanks to Martin’s chapter #9 in the 25 Years of Ed Tech book: Ed-Tech Specialist Fights Proctorio Lawsuit In Defence of Ian Linkletter by Brenna Defend Linkletter: https://defend.linkletter.org  A Teach-In Against Surveillance Paulo Freire: the pioneer of critical pedagogy Constructivism: Listen to Between the Chapters # Surveillance Capitalism The Age of Surveillance Capitalism by Shoshana Zuboff  What did Hannah Arendt really mean by the banality of evil?  Silvia Federici: Women, Reproduction, and the Construction of Commons Jakob Gowell: Syllabus-as-Metaphor Opening up the LMS Walled Garden Coronavirus Is the Perfect Disaster for ‘Disaster Capitalism’ The Shock Doctrine by Naomi Klein  Words for the LMS: cautious care, strategic use, resistance, transparency, awareness Questions: Where do we put the resources needed to actually use the LMS? What are the metaphors should we collect and dissect around teaching & learning? Do you think the LMS is a best practice? Or how do you push against that idea? Be sure to connect and follow the guests of this episode at: Laura Gibbs: http://mythfolklore.net/  Brenna Clarke Gray: https://blog.communityofpraxis.ca/  Caroline Kuhn: https://carolinekuhn.net/  Do you have thoughts, comments, or questions about this podcast? Send us a message or tweet. Podcast episode art: X-Ray Specs by @visualthinkery is licenced under CC-BY-SA
In this #InVinoFab shorty episode, Laura and Patrice talk about grief. Grief is that internal processing that we might all experience for the people, places, and lives we’ve lost over the past year. What does it mean to hold space for grief? Although this might be a tough topic, we think that finding meaning for loss is important. It’s OK to Grieve for the Small Losses of a Lost Year: Finding Meaning by David Kessler The Bravery to Say Goodbye (ft. Marisa Renee Lee‪)‬ Growth After Trauma by Richard G. Tedeschi  Your relationships grow stronger You discover new purposes in life From the trauma you find strength Spirituality is deepened Renewed appreciation on life Growth After Trauma Why are some people more resilient than others—and can it be taught? Resilience What ‘Holding Space’ Means + 5 Tips to Practice No Hard Feelings by Liz Fosslien & Mollie West Duffy; Follow on IG: @lizandmollie How are you holding space for grief? What are you doing to deal with all the feelings?----In Vino Fabulum! In Wine, Story! Subscribe to #InVinoFab podcast on Stitcher, Google Play, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you catch your pods.  Follow us on Twitter @InVinoFab or IG: @invinofab   Email us to be a guest or share a topic suggestion? invinofabulum@gmail.com   Connect with your co-hosts (she/her) on Twitter: @laurapasquini & @profpatrice
For #InVinoFab episode no. 85, we welcome Lucinda Jackson, who is the author of the memoir Just a Girl: Growing Up Female and Ambitious about her struggles to succeed in the male-dominated worlds of the chemicals and energy industries.  As a PhD scientist and global corporate executive, Lucinda spent almost fifty years in academia and Fortune 500 companies. She has published articles, book chapters, and patents and is featured on podcasts and radio. She is the Founder of Lucinda Jackson Ventures, where she speaks and consults on energy and the environment and empowering women in the workplace. She lives near San Francisco. Connect with Lucinda at: https://lucindajackson.com & follow her on Twitter: @LucindaAJacksonHere are a few of the many things we discussed on this episode: What is the business impact? Sexual Harassment in the Workplace 11 Types of Workplace Harassment (and How to Stop Them) Key Legal Highlights 1950s-2010s Themes and Teachable Moments from Just a Girl 5 Things I Learned to Survive as a Woman at Male-Dominated Companies How To Interject & Not Just Interrupt Take out the Weasel Words Diversity Fatigue: What It Is and Why It Matters How to Speak Up About Ethical Issues at Work Bystander Intervention Hollaback! 5 Ways You Can Take Action Now Power Differentials Women Have Lost More Than Jobs In This Pandemic Reimagining the postpandemic organization The Cycle of Harassment in the Workplace (Mayock, 2016) Notes from the book Domestic Violence DEI: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Read Lucinda’s book: Just A Girl  Revolution from Within: A Book of Self-Esteem by Gloria Steinem Homemade: Viognier Wine Hollaback - Training Programs “You’re never too old to change your childhood.” ~Gloria Steinem“Struggle brings you growth.” ~ Lucinda Jackson----In Vino Fabulum! In Wine, Story! Subscribe to #InVinoFab podcast on Stitcher, Google Play, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you catch your pods.  Follow us on Twitter @InVinoFab or IG: @invinofab   Email us to be a guest or share a topic suggestion? invinofabulum@gmail.com   Connect with your co-hosts (she/her) on Twitter: @laurapasquini & @profpatrice
Since Laura & Patrice are limited on visiting local wine shops, cellars, or vineyards, this #InVinoFab they chat about the virtual wine tastings they’ve been experiencing during the pandemic. Relic Wine Cellars Glass Incident Fire Burns 31 Wineries, Restaurants, and Lodges, Including California’s Oldest Resort Becker Vineyards - Virtual Tastings How to Host a Vertical Wine Tasting 7 Zoom mistakes you might still be making — and how to raise your video skills Small wineries pivot — and expand — with Zoom tastings and company team-building events Wine Market Stats (2020) What wine experiences are you partaking in virtually? What local wine shops are you supporting to keep in business?----In Vino Fabulum! In Wine, Story! Subscribe to #InVinoFab podcast on Stitcher, Google Play, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you catch your pods.  Follow us on Twitter @InVinoFab or IG: @invinofab   Email us to be a guest or share a topic suggestion? invinofabulum@gmail.com   Connect with your co-hosts (she/her) on Twitter: @laurapasquini & @profpatrice
For this #InVinoFab episode, we welcome Monica M. Fochtman to the podcast to chat about career coaching, specifically to learn more about how she works with mid-career women.  We talk about how to ask deep questions to unpack fears for the next job, questions to ask a potential coach,  what it means to negotiate working from home, managing boundaries + expectations, and investing time in your professional self. Here are a few things we chat about during this episode of #InVinoFab: Americorp St. Baldrick’s Foundation + Head Shaving Events Dissertation: Mid-career women student affairs administrators with young children: Negotiating life, like clockwork  Musings from the Middle Career Coaching Questions: What are you afraid of? Who’s voice is telling you that? What’s the worst that could happen? Episode #21: Q&A: Tribe of Mentors, Part II Episode #45: Facing Imposter Syndrome with @TinyTara Episode #50: Career Sponsors Procrastination Is More Than Putting Things Off. Here's How To Kick the Habit Women Forced Out of Workforce During Pandemic Pandemic Sets Back Women's Progress In Workforce 5 Ways to Bring Women Back into the Post-Pandemic Workforce The Professional Association of Résumé Writers & Career Coaches Certified Professional Resume Writer (CPRW) The Right Way to Include Your Work Experience on a Resume (With Examples) Research potential coaches & ask “What’s your process? Do you have client testimonials? What can I expect from your coaching services?” Coaching is about investing in yourself and your future. Resume Writing Workbook ($19.99)  Power Hour Coaching Services Webinar: How to Craft a Cover Letter that Makes a Difference w/ Monica Fochtman | No Fear Job Search Jobscan YouTube Channel   Jobscan How Employers Use Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) How often do you update your job applications or online digital profiles? Challenge: Quarterly and/or Monthly Updates Run your resume and a job description through ATS via Jobscan Binge Sitcoms: Schitt’s Creek, This Is Us, & The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Klinker Brick 2017 Old Vine Zinfandel  Connect and learn more about Monica’s career coaching and work: Sheldrake Consulting LinkedIn @monicamfotchman ----In Vino Fabulum! In Wine, Story! Subscribe to #InVinoFab podcast on Stitcher, Google Play, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you catch your pods.  Follow us on Twitter @InVinoFab or IG: @invinofab   Email us to be a guest or share a topic suggestion? invinofabulum@gmail.com   Connect with your co-hosts (she/her) on Twitter: @laurapasquini & @profpatrice
In this shorty episode of the #InVinoFab podcast, Laura and Patrice talk about the stories they are staying cozy with during these winter months. We talk about the films, books, and podcasts -- stories that are catching our attention these days. Judas and the Black Messiah One Night in Miami Think Again by Adam Grant Long Life Learning by Michelle Wiese  Taylor Swift’s remade ‘Love Story (Taylor’s Version)’ is still a classic, just now all hers Brené Brown Podcasts: Unlocking Us and Dare to Lead Future U podcast with Micahel Horn & Jeff Selingo That’s Messed Up: An SVU Podcast Sway with Kara Swisher Coaching Real Leaders with Muriel Wilkins Negotiating Anything with Kwame Christian Brené with Melinda Gates on The Moment of Lift Brené with Emmanuel Acho on Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man What stories are you listening to, watching, or reading? Let us know!----In Vino Fabulum! In Wine, Story! Subscribe to #InVinoFab podcast on Stitcher, Google Play, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you catch your pods.  Follow us on Twitter @InVinoFab or IG: @invinofab   Email us to be a guest or share a topic suggestion? invinofabulum@gmail.com   Connect with your co-hosts (she/her) on Twitter: @laurapasquini & @profpatrice
In this episode of #InVinoFab podcast, we were delighted to chat with Kristin Powers. Not only does Kristin have a superhero name, but we think she lives a superhero life. From our conversation about play, experimentation, nature, and creativity, we have no doubt that you will learn so much from her resilience and self-directed learning. Kristin encourages our listeners to develop a taste for failure with practice, like a fine wine or an exotic delicacy. She brings both art and science to her personal and professional life with her works at Coursetune Inc. as the Director of Storytelling and Client Engagement. Kristin’s original paintings can be viewed and purchased, and you can join her Artist’s Insider Circle newsletter at: www.kristinpowers.com  Here are a few of the many things we chat about on this episode: Intentional Futures Fibromyalgia Burnout Book Club (last episode #80) Being Agile & Iterative Agile Faculty by Rebecca Pope-Ruark Self-Talk - The Story We Tell Ourselves & Reframing Why the KonMari Method™ Works Self-Efficacy for Resilience and Encouragement What is Rhizomatic Learning?  Foraging: A Beginners Guide Happiness is an Inside Job by John Powell Food Wars (Anime) Embodied Cognition 15 Ways to Build a Growth Mindset Brene Brown’s Books Call for Instructional Designers: Come tell your story to Kristin about the work you love! Kristin’s Mottos: Stay curious, Create opportunity for chaos (unexpected), practice Beverage: sparkling water with grapefruit juice and a slice of lime The Booksellers (documentary) Stuffed (documentary) Forged in Fire (TV show) Books: Hare Brain, Tortoise Mind by Guy Claxton Intelligence in the Flesh by Guy Claxton How to Change Your Mind by Michael Pollan Plant: Step outside and learn a new plant name! Joy: Snails and Snail Photography “How do you invite more opportunities to invite chaos into your life?” asks Kristin PowersTop 3 ways Kristin wants us to invite experimentation into our daily lives:  Personal appearance/grooming style Navigating to take interesting routes for discovery Cooking experimentation ----In Vino Fabulum! In Wine, Story! Subscribe to #InVinoFab podcast on Stitcher, Google Play, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you catch your pods.  Follow us on Twitter @InVinoFab or IG: @invinofab   Email us to be a guest or share a topic suggestion? invinofabulum@gmail.com   Connect with your co-hosts (she/her) on Twitter: @laurapasquini & @profpatrice
In this episode, we have an #InVinoFab Book Club on Burnout (the book). Patrice talk about the lessons learned and a few concepts from the book that they are bringing into their daily life, with their work team, and more: Book Website: https://www.burnoutbook.net/  Burnout: The Secret to Unlocking the Stress Cycle by Amelia Nagoski & Emily Nagoski Unlocking Us Episode: Brené with Emily and Amelia Nagoski on Burnout and How to Complete the Stress Cycle Burn-out an "occupational phenomenon": International Classification of Diseases from the WHO The 7 types of rest that every person needs via TED Download the Burnout Book Club Discussion Guides What was your big takeaway from this book?What was your favorite chapter?What practice/intention are you going to work on to deal with burnout?----In Vino Fabulum! In Wine, Story! Subscribe to #InVinoFab podcast on Stitcher, Google Play, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you catch your pods.  Follow us on Twitter @InVinoFab or IG: @invinofab   Email us to be a guest or share a topic suggestion? invinofabulum@gmail.com   Connect with your co-hosts (she/her) on Twitter: @laurapasquini & @profpatrice
Dr. Josie Ahlquist is a digital engagement and leadership researcher, speaker, and author. She teaches teens, young adults, education professionals, and campus executives how to humanize technology tools and prioritize building online communities. She also serves as a research associate and instructor at Florida State University, creating curriculum to build digital literacy and leadership skills for undergraduates up to doctorate level students. Her new book, Digital Leadership in Higher Education: Purposeful Social Media in a Connected World was listed as an Amazon #1 new release for college and university student life. As an “accidental entrepreneur” we chat about the realities of owning a small business, digital presence online, being selective for the projects to take on, and how building rapport is wrapped up in our own stories and values. The Lessons in Digital Empathy We Learned in 2020 Subscribe & Listen to Dr. Josie & the Podcast Campus Leaders as Digital Storytellers A Values-Based Approach to Your Digital Brand Authenticity and Vulnerability as a VPSA Why You Should Become an “Intrapreneur”  Mindsets: What they are and why they matter. What is a Mastermind Group? How to Calculate Your Freelance Hourly Rate Adam Grant: Are you a giver or a taker? | TED Talk If you’re going to say yes to something, what are you going to say no to? Every Resource a Full-Time Freelancer Could Ever Need  Just a few (of many) resources freelancers might need: Healthcare, Accountants, Lawyer, Life Insurance, Retirement investing, etc. What Job Crafting Looks Like Stand Firm: Resisting the Self-Improvement Craze by Svend Brinkmann The Connected Exec Course Curriculum #DigLead Book Club Digital Community Building Cohort Wine: Rombauer Red Zinfandel Resource: PodHero app Story: The Crown +  Lovett or Leave It, Ep. Bill Barr, Deep State Warrior  Joy: Being the Best Auntie What questions, skills, and communities are you looking for to support your own business start up or on-going hustle?For more information about Josie Ahlquist’s research, speaking, coaching, and consulting, visit www.josieahlquist.com. Connect with Josie on Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Facebook.---In Vino Fabulum! In Wine, Story!Subscribe to #InVinoFab podcast on Stitcher, Google Play, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you catch your pods. Follow us on Twitter @InVinoFab or IG: @invinofab  Email us to be a guest or share a topic suggestion? invinofabulum@gmail.com Connect with your co-hosts (she/her) on Twitter: @laurapasquini & @profpatrice
On this mini-episode of #InVinoFab Patrice & Laura reflect on the 2020 resolutions lost and share some intentions and practices they are considering for 2021. Are you setting any goals for this new year? What practices are you hoping to work on in 2021? Bullet Journal The Surprising Power of Liberating Structures Working Identity: Unconventional Strategies for Reinventing Your Career Burnout: The Secret to Unlocking the Stress Cycle  Brené with Emily and Amelia Nagoski on Burnout and How to Complete the Stress Cycle Designing Your Work Life: How to Thrive and Change and Find Happiness at Work A few practices for this podcast are to invite new voices to amplify and share interests, communities, passions, and projects to share their story. Let us know! Schedule a time to talk to us or send us an email about an idea for a topic or guest we should reach out to at: invinofabulum@gmail.com   ----In Vino Fabulum! In Wine, Story!Subscribe to #InVinoFab podcast on Stitcher, Google Play, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you catch your pods. Follow us on Twitter @InVinoFab or IG: @invinofab  Email us to be a guest or share a topic suggestion? invinofabulum@gmail.com Connect with your co-hosts (she/her) on Twitter: @laurapasquini & @profpatrice
On this episode of #InVinoFab, we chat with Elissa Lappenga, who is a multipotentialite who spent the better part of a decade living with her family on college campuses in Southern California as a student affairs professional before transitioning geographically to the Midwest and professionally to the world of software startups. Elissa shares what it means to be a mom and breadwinner while supporting learners inside and outside formal education. Beyond systems thinking and the pandemic challenges, we talk about the opportunities to solve some of the issues that have been amplified last year, supporting communities who need it, roommate mediation/contracts, and how to pivot in your career when it is not in the plan.   What is Systems Thinking? Dean Tori Tunstall’s Design Journey What is Agile?  National Center for Women and Information Technology 13 Items You Absolutely Must Include in a Roommate Agreement The Great British Bake Off Grand Circus Family Hope Foundation Cancel Culture Moscato D’Asti Derry Girls - Rock the Boat dance Ted Lasso - Brené with Jason Sudeikis & Brendan Hunt on Ted Lasso Connect with Elissa at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/elissalappenga/----In Vino Fabulum! In Wine, Story!Subscribe to #InVinoFab podcast on Stitcher, Google Play, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you catch your pods. Follow us on Twitter @InVinoFab or IG: @invinofab  Email us to be a guest or share a topic suggestion? invinofabulum@gmail.com Connect with your co-hosts (she/her) on Twitter: @laurapasquini & @profpatrice
On this #InVinoFab episode, Patrice and Laura take pause to reflect on what happened on January 6, 2021 at the US Capitol. We process our feelings and share how we are talking to our teams, peers, and others at work. How are you talking about events like these with your staff? How do you create space for conversation and support at your organization? How to Talk with Your Team About the Violence at the U.S. Capitol via HBR The Lies We Tell Ourselves About Race by Sam Sanders asked: “What would happen if we decided to be more honest about race the next time our nation found itself at a racial flashpoint? What might be lost? What might be gained?” It’s Been A Minute: The Capitol, Mobbed How Democrats Won The Georgia Runoffs About Canada Beyond 150 Reconciliation Project Let us know how you are offering support to others and ways you are dealing with this. We’re sending loads of love your way. xo----In Vino Fabulum! In Wine, Story!Subscribe to #InVinoFab podcast on Stitcher, Google Play, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you catch your pods. Follow us on Twitter @InVinoFab or IG: @invinofab  Email us to be a guest or share a topic suggestion? invinofabulum@gmail.com Connect with your co-hosts (she/her) on Twitter: @laurapasquini & @profpatrice
In this shorty #InVinoFab episode, Patrice and Laura share about how they are stocking up their wine for winter. We share the wine clubs and wineries we have been ordering from to keep our spirits bright -- while also missing the vineyards we enjoy visiting and supporting. Tensley Cellar Club Bright Cellars  First Leaf  Adam’s Bench Nantucket Food & Wine Festival Dream Wine Locations to visit: California, Willamette Valley, OR, & Kamloops, BC The Pack (TV show) ----In Vino Fabulum! In Wine, Story!Subscribe to #InVinoFab podcast on Stitcher, Google Play, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you catch your pods. Follow us on Twitter @InVinoFab or IG: @invinofab  Email us to be a guest or share a topic suggestion? invinofabulum@gmail.com Connect with your co-hosts (she/her) on Twitter: @laurapasquini & @profpatrice
‘Tis the season… to feel burned out. Fa la la la la -- la la la la! In the last #InVinoFab episode of the year, Patrice and Laura share how 2020 has been SO MUCH. We talk about making time and space to reset, recharge, and find some down time or quiet space. With so much care and compassion we put into our learning design, we talk about ways to offer support for colleagues and peers who might be struggling with the overload of 2020 for the work and the invisibility of it all. We chat about how we will reset during our time out of the office and what we’re giving gratitude for before we close out 2020. Happy end of year, y’all. We made it! The Emerging Story of Burnout in Educational Design by Patrice Prusko Burned Out: Stories of Compassion Fatigue by Patrice Prusko & Whitney Kilgore Burning Out [Faculty in Higher Ed] Compassion Fatigue Higher Ed Needs a Long-Term Plan for Virtual Learning We’re grateful for those friends, family, and colleagues who fill our hearts and are part of the community -- like you, dear listener! Thanks and have a relaxing holiday and/or break!----In Vino Fabulum! In Wine, Story!Subscribe to #InVinoFab podcast on Stitcher, Google Play, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you catch your pods. Follow us on Twitter @InVinoFab or IG: @invinofab  Email us to be a guest or share a topic suggestion? invinofabulum@gmail.com Connect with your co-hosts (she/her) on Twitter: @laurapasquini & @profpatrice
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