Julie Larsen                             University of Texas at DallasAssistant Director of Emerging Media and Communicati...
   Identify and discuss our core values   Understand advising core values as defined by    NACADA   Find congruence and...
 On   a scale of 1-10: How happy are you in your current advising position? Do your personal values feel in conflict wi...
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   Are you currently in congruence with your values?                                      Image via ViRTUS
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   What inspired you to become an academic advisor?   What drives you to continue to be an advisor?   What is unique ab...
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 What are you already doing to reconcile your personal and office philosophy? What  are new ways you can reconcile confl...
 Resource     List: http://bit.ly/UTAAAValues2013 SlideShare:        Megan Gray                      Julie Larsen  Megan...
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  • Which of your values are apparent in your work as an advisor?Which of your values do not impact your advising?Why do some values impact your advising while others do not?How do you choose which ones to use when advising?
  • To the individuals they advise.For involving others, when appropriate, in the advising process.To their institutions.To higher education.To their educational community.For their professional practice and for themselves personally.
  • Why can our personal values have a negative impact in advising?How can we create a healthy balance (using our values in an appropriate way)?
  • Why can our personal values have a negative impact in advising?How can we create a healthy balance (using our values in an appropriate way)?
  • Utaaa 2013 presentation

    1. 1. Julie Larsen University of Texas at DallasAssistant Director of Emerging Media and Communication Megan Gray University of Texas at Dallas Assistant Director of the Humanities
    2. 2.  Identify and discuss our core values Understand advising core values as defined by NACADA Find congruence and conflict between personal values and advising values Create a plan to find balance between personal and advising values
    3. 3.  On a scale of 1-10: How happy are you in your current advising position? Do your personal values feel in conflict with the values and goals of your office?
    4. 4. Image via Threecoaching.com
    5. 5.  Are you currently in congruence with your values? Image via ViRTUS
    6. 6. Image from NACADA website
    7. 7. Image creditImage credit Image credit
    8. 8.  What inspired you to become an academic advisor? What drives you to continue to be an advisor? What is unique about your advising style? What is your long term professional goal as related to advising? Why do you need to have your own philosophy even if your department has one?
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    10. 10.  What are you already doing to reconcile your personal and office philosophy? What are new ways you can reconcile conflicts between your office and personal values? What roadblocks my prevent you from applying your philosophy and action plan?
    11. 11.  Resource List: http://bit.ly/UTAAAValues2013 SlideShare: Megan Gray Julie Larsen Megan.Gray@utdallas.edu Julie.larsen@utdallas.edu @julieclarsen
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