You’re listening to Episode 023 of Fulfilled – The Podcast. Today we are chatting with Kristin Eicholtz, the Director of the Center for Career Development at DeSales University. Kristin has a wealth of knowledge on every topic from interview wardrobe to networking, etiquette and beyond.
We cover establishing boundaries with your current employer, how to inquire about flexibility and work-life balance at a potential employer and how to steer the interview in a way that helps you to see if it’s a good culture and fit for you.
We dive into the sensitive topic of when to share your family or your plans for pregnancy with your interviewers. Motherhood, although viewed as a liability to many, can be a huge asset. We cover how to positively share these skills with your new employer. Working motherhood is challenging yes. Motherhood teaches you to triage, to prioritize, to handle chaos and to be the ultimate manager of chaos, at least at my house!
Kristin offers her opinion and expertise on how to utilize networking to your benefit. We cover how to mingle with intention, to get to know those around you and to cultivate positive relationships that are going to be mutually beneficial.
We touch on defining your why, what to do when you’ve lost your way, or your why and how to re-establish work-life balance in a way that works for you and your team. The why is the reason that we are showing up – for our family, for our patients, for ourselves – and for our career and our goals to be aligned with this why!
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