With expectations of a fresh start, new beginning, new boss, new team, and all the things that come with your first day at a new job, when it is not what you expected or were looking forward to, it can be really hard. But the real question is, what now?
Applicable to so many, tune in as Kimberly dives deeper into this reader question from her column in The Cut - New York Magazine, and learn what you can take away from that “bad job.”
“I'm a big believer in strengthening your strengths and aligning your career with your passions and with your interests. Imagine how you'd feel if every single day you were in the world of work, doing things that you were interested in, things that you loved.”
Have career and leadership development questions? Email Kimberly at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Kimberly’s content is billed as being for women and people of color. As a white male, I feel that her content is universally applicable. As a person that benefited from privilege I appreciate having access to this point of view. I feel that being able to get an understanding of these topics from her perspective helps me better approach these topics with my employees.I hope she keeps producing new episodes and publishing books.
Kim gives practical, USEFUL career advice. I look forward to new episodes every week.
I really enjoy this podcast! I love how encouraging the message is but also REAL advice even if it may be unsettling to hear!This podcast gets me excited and empowered to take actionable steps in my career!
Kimberly shares her honest opinions and best advice on managing your career. Her delivery is direct, concise and easy to follow. Loved her episode with Ariel and their thoughts on burnout. A must listen!