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Dr. Kevin Rose recently joined the Organizational Leadership and Learning faculty as the unique and newly created Scholar-Practitioner in Residence. Although all OLL faculty are Scholar-Practitioners, what separates Rose’s position from more traditional faculty roles is that he has an even greater emphasis on “bringing the practical aspect of scholarship into the classroom,” said Rose.
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Studies suggest that “worklife balance” is one of the top three drivers of engagement for high-potential and high-performing employees (CLC, 2010; Senge, 2006). With the demands of a global and changing economy, however, many employees are being asked to do more with fewer resources. As a consequence, these employees may feel “stretched” and pressured to devote a great deal of time and energy to their work. These people may describe themselves as having a lack of “worklife balance.” They feel that work is getting the lion’s share of their time and energy, when what they would really like to focus on is their non-work lives.
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