We’re back this week discussing all things paychecks and office with esteemed guest Tiffany Southerland. Tiff is a Career Coach, purveyor of empowerment, speaker, 3-time Degree champion, lawyer and the host of the How Does She Do It podcast. We had a great time discussing the importance of mentors, career development and navigation, why Tiff has like 50-11 degrees, and we even had time for a juicy listener question about office relationships. This week’s topics include:

 

  • The difference between corporate and academic America and how to succeed in both
  • How mentorship helped empower Tiff to be successful in her personal and career growth
  • A listener question on how to best navigate the personal relationships we face inside and outside of work

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