It's Monday morning and instead of being excited for the week, or even excited to get out of bed, you're wishing it was still the weekend. I too have struggled with this feeling but it doesn't have to be that way. I understand what it is like to be in a job you dread...I've been in that exact position! You may think..."the problem is my manager", but sometimes it can be the way we're approaching our job responsibilities.
Allow me to coach you through your StrengthsFinder assessment results and help create a path on how to achieve your goals, whether that is becoming more engaged in your current role or starting to look for positions that align better with your talents. As a coach with Developer in their Top 5, I can see the potential in others and get excited when they overcome challenges. I would love the opportunity to not only be your coach but also your cheerleader!
Jonathan is a fun, quirky character who loves helping people discover their talents and applying them in a productive way to achieve their dreams. Workshop attendees have described his unique blend of professionalism and charisma as captivating and valuable. Jonathan goes above and beyond with all clients, ranging from the organizational level down to the individual. At the end of the day, Jonathan helps you focus on becoming a better version of yourself!
I am a HR executive and attorney with 8 years of senior HR leadership experience coaching senior managers and executives on diversity, equity and inclusion as well as Strengths-based leadership. I practiced law for 25 years and therefore have a unique perspective on the the intersection of culture transformation, inclusive leadership and litigation avoidance.
I offer anti-bias training, but my preference is to focus on culture, rather than trying to "fix" biases. I also coach leaders, teams, and individuals on how to discover and utilize their Strengths for personal and professional success.
I look forward to discussing how we can work together!
Dr. Carl S. Moore is currently the Assistant Chief Academic Officer at the University of the District of Columbia (UDC). He also serves as Certificate faculty in Temple University’s Teaching in Higher Education Certificate program.
Carl is committed to continued growth as a leader. Which has resulted in him being well versed in positive psychology and certified as a StrengthsFinder Coach and to administer the Myers Briggs Typology Indicator (MBTI). He is continuously drawing from and polishing his skillset as a frequently an invited speaker and consultant on inclusion, leadership, and faculty development and teaching and learning related topics.
Carl has a Doctorate in Urban Education from Temple University and a Masters of Arts from
The Ohio State University in Higher Education Administration. His dissertation investigated how exemplary college faculty employ Universal Design for Learning principles in their teaching practices. Carl has been teaching for over 15 years. Along his path he has served as maintained appointments across the faculty classification gamete serving in Instructional, Adjunct, and Tenure-Track faculty roles. He has also created and instructed a variety of courses in education at The Ohio State University, Temple University, Cabrini College, and Arcadia University in both face-to-face and online formats.
For the past several years Carl has dedicated his career to advancing the field of faculty and leadership development. He has done so by serving as a Department Chair at UDC, Assistant Director of the Teaching and Learning Center at Temple University, Co-Chair of the POD Network Conference, and as a Middle States Commission on Higher Education peer reviewer. Alongside his career in academic affairs Carl has also served in a number of student services leadership roles charged with enhancing student success. These roles entailed work in advising, retention, multicultural affairs, and TRIO programs. As a self-described "techie" and advocate for institutional innovation, the sum of his passions lie in discovering hi-tech and/or no tech ways teams and institutions can increase alignment for greater innovation and effectiveness.