From Research to Practice: Re-Energized–Focusing on Engagement to Promote Faculty Wellbeing

This live Magna Online Seminar is presented by the creators of the Engagement Support Framework, a research-based framework for engaging faculty dealing with burnout which will guide you in not only better facilitating your faculty’s ability to achieve student success, but also in shifting your organizational culture from glorifying burnout to celebrating wellbeing.

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DATE: Tuesday, February 14, 2023
TIME: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM Central

Burnout and wellbeing feel personal, but they are organizational. The wellbeing of an institution’s faculty members is fundamental for them to thrive and better serve their community.

In this live Magna Online Seminar, your presenters elaborate on their research recently published in The Journal of Faculty Development. Rather than focusing on mitigating burnout, they have created an Engagement Support Framework for engaging faculty to promote wellbeing. This research-based framework keys in on six potential domains of your faculty’s job – workload, values, control, reward, community, and fairness – and connects each to crucial areas of faculty engagement:

  • Energy
  • Involvement
  • Effectiveness

Your presenters and creators of the Engagement Support Framework will also explore the potential re-energizing and healing benefits to educational developers for engaging in this type of holistic work.

Why you don’t want to miss this!

  • Live moderated panel format provides unique interaction with and access to the researchers
  • Ask direct questions and get answers for the personalized guidance you need
  • This live online seminar was designed to bring the published research to life and provide access to the researchers in an interactive format to explore how you can apply this research to your own campus programs


What are the learning goals?

Upon completion of this seminar, you’ll be able to:

  • Implement concrete ideas on how to launch the Engagement Support Framework
  • Contribute to shifting organizational culture away from burnout to celebrating wellbeing
  • Contend with your own experiences of burnout in your position

Who should attend?

  • Directors of Centers for Teaching and Learning
  • Faculty or Educational Developers
  • Administrative Leaders

Why This Matters

As drivers of organizational change, educational developers have an opportunity to contribute to shifting the culture of higher education away from glorifying burnout to celebrating wellbeing. This shift not only benefits the faculty you work with by enabling them to better facilitate their students’ learning as holistically and critically engaged scholarly educators, but may also help combat your own feelings of burnout and dissatisfaction in the workplace.

This is your opportunity to take away a research-based framework with tested results and implement it immediately. Don’t miss your chance to make a real impact on your campus community!


What’s included?

Your seminar registration includes the following:

  • Live access to the seminar on February 14, 2023
  • 12-month on-demand access after the live seminar has ended
  • Written transcript
  • 100% satisfaction guarantee

There is no limit to how many times the seminar is accessed while available on-demand.


Product Code: OC23AD

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