Habits Highly Effective Leaders Practice for Productivity and Peace of Mind

Monday, January 30, 2017

12:00 PM - 12:50 PM

Center for Teaching Excellence
Thomas Cooper Library, Room L511


Effective leadership requires strategic planning, creative thinking, and the ability to adapt when things don’t go as planned. However, these high-level skills rest on a foundation of successfully managing to nitty-gritty details of everyday life. Join Janet Hudson for an interactive, practical introduction to strategies that can help you manage email, daily distractions, competing demands and procrastination—so that you can increase your productivity and peace of mind.

Lunch provided.



Janet G. Hudson
Personal and Professional Development Coach
XCEL Quest Coaching & Consulting

Janet Hudson, Ph.D. ACC, founder of XCEL Quest Coaching & Consulting, coaches emerging leaders (whether faculty, staff, administrators, or graduate students) in higher education to maximize their contributions and personal satisfaction. As an educator, scholar, and leader at three very different institutions, she has 25 years’ experience honing the skills of juggling multiple projects, writing, teaching, publishing, building consensus, mentoring, organizing, designing courses, and coaching others to become their best selves. Most recently she was Associate Faculty Director of Innovative Teaching at USC’s Center for Teaching Excellence, author of Entangled by White Supremacy, and designer of the digital humanities project Black Soldiers Mattered.