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CASE District III: Finding Your Why - Shared screen with speaker view
Latasia Priest
12:18
Bill Doerr!
Frantz Williams
12:39
How's everybody doing?
Melanie E. Jones
12:57
Hi everyone!
Lindsay Smith
13:32
Looking forward to the panel!
Kamilah Heslop
13:56
Go Pack! We’re so excited for today’s panel discussion!
Karen Sims
14:09
Yes We Are!
Frantz Williams
15:20
What 2 words would you use to describe your vision or personal brand?
Janeka Rector
15:44
Compassionate Thought-leadership
Carol Shipman
16:22
#Authentic #relationshipbuilder
Scott Francis
16:25
Ubuntu (I am because we are)
Karen Sims
17:01
Transformative Inspiration
Jamilia Shipman (She/Her) Christopher Newport University
17:10
Optimism and follow-through
Kim Butterweck
18:02
Communication and connection
Michael
18:30
Innovation & collaboration
Frantz Williams
18:58
Audience members, we ask: what 2 words would you use to describe your vision or personal brand?
Kamilah Heslop
19:13
Enthusiastic Communicator
Altony Lee
19:19
Connection & Engagement
Latasia Priest
20:39
That's not true, Matt!
Lindsay Smith
21:14
community builder and strategic
Meagan Pearson
21:50
Communication & Engagement
Tony Reevy
24:13
Ethical public service
Scott Francis
26:53
WHere are these places with no fires???! 👀
Matthew Winston
27:18
😀
Karen Sims
29:09
Love that point.
Altony Lee
29:29
My motto - You know what you are running from. But you don't know what you are running to. You have to be ready and stay ready.
Melanie E. Jones
29:58
Love that motto Altony!
Bill Doerr
30:07
Nice, Tony...
Karen Sims
31:33
Absolutely
Kamilah Heslop
31:43
Such a great point!
Wynissa Tellis
32:24
This is great! I needed this.
Altony Lee
32:40
Grow where you are, are go to where you want to be -
Alex Llerena
32:58
Love that! Bloom where you are planted 🌻
Carol Shipman
33:49
Great visions! Sorry call came in, got to take it.
Frantz Williams
38:47
There are some great visions here. I'll make sure to shout out a few for the panelists' reaction.
Frantz Williams
39:08
Audience question: What components are important for your personal brand?
Kim Butterweck
40:57
Collaboration, creativity and respect
Altony Lee
41:59
Adhering to my personal values, finding time for me as I invest in others and getting back to our why - does this help our students and transform lives?
Meagan Pearson
43:06
Authenticity, creativity, and being present
Frantz Williams
44:15
We love Tony's truths!
Matthew Winston
46:39
Great to "see" you here, Tony!!
Frantz Williams
49:45
"Your network is your net worth!" - our friend Tim Minor
Tony Reevy
50:26
Tim is a real thought leader--the System is lucky to have him!
Matthew Winston
50:27
👏🏾
Frantz Williams
50:31
Audience question: Describe your approach to self-care in the chat box.
Wynissa Tellis
51:15
The problem is...I haven't had an opportunity for self-care😜
Tony Reevy
51:32
Take time out for self, family, creative work, community and your spirituality--as well as the work that sustains you.
Altony Lee
52:14
👏 Matt Winston, is like a CASE DEACON - he will call you into a corner and get you back on track quickly. I am so grateful to him. Not leaving my sisters Melanie and Latasia and my brother Frantz out. We all need a good DEACON in our lives.
Melanie E. Jones
52:35
CASE DEACON!
Matthew Winston
53:08
😆
Bill Doerr
53:18
Deacon Winston is as cool as the other side of the pillow.
Janeka Rector
53:19
Be "Self-full" -Aiko Bethea
Matthew Winston
53:20
That is a nice way of saying I am old !!
Tony Reevy
54:00
Yes!
Karen Sims
54:43
Great points
Karen Sims
55:09
Do not negotiate what you need.
Kam Heslop
55:19
Taking time for myself allows me to avoid burnout — I had to realize that self-care empowers me to give a better version of myself to my career and the work I love.
Scott Francis
55:24
I've taken more vacations and time away in the past 3 years than in the previous 18 combined!! Having a "trip" or something special too look forward to has been a solid technique for me. Always having a "countdown" ahead of me.
Latasia Priest
56:14
Yes, Kam!
Latasia Priest
56:20
Proud of you for that, Scott!
Melanie E. Jones
56:31
Good for you Scott! I get it!
Rhonda Minton
57:12
In our profession "being on” can easily become a 24-7-365 if we're not careful about setting (and sticking to!) boundaries.
Latasia Priest
57:24
Absolutely, Rhonda!
Karen Sims
57:34
Preach!
Melanie E. Jones
57:38
Amen, Rhonda! The pandemic helped me realize that “being on” can be exhausting
Tony Reevy
57:45
When I started working, no one ever talked about self-care. I worked in the UK for a time in the mid-80s and you did hear folks there talking about it. Americans still work more per week than people in any almost other society, so that probably has something to do with this.
Meagan Pearson
59:04
I prioritize my tasks and have learned how to listen to my mental and physical cues to know when I need to pull back (take a day). I also try to keep in my mind that the world will not going to end simply because I need to take a break. It is necessary and it is ok to need that break.
Tony Reevy
01:00:01
Matt is right, almost all other "wealthy" countries have a much more robust societal safety net than we have in the U.S.
Kam Heslop
01:02:32
I love that at NC State, we receive 24 hours of leave to use specifically for community service opportunities!
Rhonda Minton
01:02:48
Volunteering with organizations also is a great way to apply your skills/expertise in a different manner ... helps reframe your perspective
Altony Lee
01:03:48
@Kam, I love that. We have that expectation for our students. I am not sure if we have that expectation for our faculty and staff at FGCU. Thanks for sharing that.
Frantz Williams
01:04:09
Audience question: What lessons would you tell a younger version of yourself regarding self-care?
Matthew Winston
01:04:36
Kam … that is awesome that you get the community service leave time!!
Wynissa Tellis
01:05:20
That's good!
Karen Sims
01:05:25
@ Kam I actually use mine throughout the year to feed the other parts of me.
Wynissa Tellis
01:05:26
well said Melanie
Karen Sims
01:05:46
LOL
Latasia Priest
01:06:17
Law & Order SVU is my show!
Frantz Williams
01:06:48
FYI, the CASE Opportunity and Inclusion Center will host our next dialogue on May 19 regarding "LGBTQ+ Affinity Group"
Karen Sims
01:07:01
No is a complete sentence.
Frantz Williams
01:07:12
I kindly ask that you spend 2minutes completing the “Discovering Your Why” survey - https://app.smartsheet.com/b/form/fd0655e374bc4524b8c954f61843e2b3
Latasia Priest
01:07:18
It sure is, Karen!
Scott Francis
01:07:19
TRUTH BOMB: After the thoughtful listening I do at work... it is HARRRRRRD to do the same with a 10 and 8 year old. REAL. HARD.
Kam Heslop
01:07:25
Love that, Karen! I need to plan ways to use my hours, as well.
Karen Sims
01:08:26
I Love it All!
Kam Heslop
01:08:48
Thanks for being vulnerable and sharing that, Scott! That’s so real.
Bill Doerr
01:09:24
Thanks so much! This has been great.
Tony Reevy
01:09:31
Thank you so much!
Lindsay Smith
01:09:39
Thank you so much! This was an excellent panel 🙂
Altony Lee
01:09:54
Thank you so much! I am so grateful for our CASE FAMILY.
Rhonda Minton
01:09:56
Thanks, Matt, Latasia, Melanie & Frantz!! Fab discussion!
Meagan Pearson
01:10:00
This has been fantastic. Thank you all for your time today.
Karen Sims
01:10:01
Amazing Conversation! Thanks to all the panelists and to you Frantz.
Danielle Rogers, CASE
01:10:01
https://www.case.org/oic-opportunity-and-inclusion-center
Scott Francis
01:10:04
THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! Melanie, Latasia and Matt, I really appreciate your time!!
Kevin Storr
01:10:05
Thank you all!
Raushanah Butler
01:10:11
Great discussion!!! Thank you ALL.
Kim Butterweck
01:10:14
Thank you. Grateful for you all.
Kam Heslop
01:10:17
Thank you so much for hosting this!
Holly Graham Boney
01:10:20
Thank you! This was such a great program. I appreciate all of your insights.
Sonya Allen
01:10:41
Great discussion!
Alex Llerena
01:10:46
Thank you so much for this inspiring discussion!
Frantz Williams
01:10:55
Happy to connect - https://www.linkedin.com/in/frantz-williams/
Melanie E. Jones
01:11:24
Linkedin.com/in/jonesmelaniee