What to Expect During the First 3 Months in Your New Career
In this episode, guest Jenn Swanson shares what to expect during the first 3 months in your post-graduation career. The switch from college to the world of work is exciting. It’s everything you’ve been working toward, right? But like every transition in life this exciting new chapter brings with it a new set of challenges and opportunities that you’ve got to learn how to navigate.
In This Episode You’ll Learn:
What you should expect from the first three months in your new career. Entering the work force is a transition. Jenn shares some self-care strategies to help you navigate this exciting, yet exhausting time.
Things you can do prior to graduation to prepare for your transition to the workforce. Jenn shares several habits and routines you can begin during college to help you more smoothly function in your new job.
How to integrate yourself into your new work environment. It’s time to actually do the job you’ve been preparing for all these years. It can take a year or more to fully integrate into a new work environment. Learn how to navigate company culture and expectations.
How to stand out and shine in your new job. Learn how to make a good impression and effectively communicate your professionalism by how you show up at work.
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More About Jenn Swanson
Known to be a "pathologically positive" person, Jenn has been educating, encouraging and empowering others to succeed for more than 25 years. With a background in healthcare and education, a Master's Degree in Public and Pastoral Leadership, and a passion for wellness in the workplace, Jenn brings energy and enthusiasm to all she does. Her weekly podcast, Careers by Jenn, is heard around the globe, and her book, "What They See: How to Stand Out and Shine in Your New Job" has been a popular read for anyone starting a new job. Jenn lives near Vancouver in beautiful British Columbia, Canada, and is delighted to be joining our show today.
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