Dr. W. brings her experience as a Millennial Academic to this podcast focused on careers and life in the modern world. In this podcast we celebrate stories of progress and not seeking perfection. This podcast is an extension of her guided journal "Progress not Perfection: A Millennial's Story."
In this episode, Dr. W. interviews her mentor Dr. Michael Wolter. The two Dr. W.'s have a discussion on leadership and mentoring. They also share a story from The Wisdom of Walt by Dr. Jeffrey Barnes where Walt Disney lost the rights to Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. In the episode they share details of overcoming obstacles, the meaning of leadership, and personal stories in their own leadership journeys.
Tune in to hear some wonderful story telling and to find out what happened with Oswald the Lucky Rabbit.
In this episode Dr. W. interviews Chris Duffy of Amplify Leadership Partners. They discuss the leadership journey from early to mid career. They share some of their best advice, parts of their career journeys, and the pivots that got them to their goals. Chris also shares his pathway to owning and operating a successful leadership consulting business in Hartford, Connecticut. He also shares what he wished he knew about becoming a leadership consultant.
Dr. W. interviews Diana Fuller of Watered Grass. They discuss mental health during the time of the COVID-19 quarantine. They discussed the rollercoaster of emotions associated with this time and coping strategies. The episode ends with our "What I wish I knew segment" where Diana shares what she wished she knew about mental health as a college student.
Peter is back on the podcast today! Dr. W. and Peter have been working remotely for several weeks due to the Stay Home, Stay Safe orders during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this episode, Peter and Dr. W. go over some of the successes, not so cute moments, and the breakthroughs of working with your spouse.
In this week's episode, Diana Fuller from Watered Grass and Dr. Lisa Wisniewski of Progress Not Perfection tackle tips for those just starting to work or learn from home. When lines get blurred between our two settings, it's easy to find our productivity impacted or feel pressured to keep checking off the to-do list beyond our regular hours. Tune in to learn how to keep a healthy work-life balance and stay on track to accomplish your goals from the comfort of home.
Part 2 of Dr. W.'s interview with Kevin Anglade introduces the What I Wish I Knew Series. In this episode, Kevin shares some of the things he wished he knew when he was in college. Tune in to get tips on college, career, and personal growth.
Dr. W. interviews Kevin Anglade about careers in teaching, mentoring, and what we both wished we knew about college. Join us for a conversation about careers in teaching and the various pathways to get there.
To grad school or not to grad school? In this episode, Dr. W. gives an overview of the graduate school experience. Utilizing her years as a graduate student and as a professor, she provides some tips and insights into making the decision to pursue a graduate education.
In this episode Dr. W. outlines the last decade of her life. She started this decade with no direction, recovering from the loss of a family member, and lost. She had nothing. Over the last decade she rebuilt her life into something she wanted. In the end, she shares some key recommendations on how to go from nothing to something.
In this episode meet Peter Krzemien, Dr. W's. husband. He is an IT professional, graduate student, and husband. In this episode, the spouses talk all things relationship. They interview each other about important relationship topics specifically how they balance their relationship among several obligations.
Meet your host Dr. Lisa M. Wisniewski-a Connecticut based college professor, author, blogger, and mentor. In this episode she introduces the audience to the back story of how the podcast began and what to expect. You also get to learn a little bit about her background as a millennial academic.