The Wisdom Café had the privilege of sitting down with UC Berkeley’s Dean of the Graduate Division, Fiona Doyle, and she shared with us some experiences and lessons learned from her career. Check out the interview below!
If you would like to see answers for specific questions, please look at the time codes listed below.
00:17 – “Can we start with a quick synopsis of your career path and how long you’ve been at UC Berkeley?”
01:21 – “What does it mean, exactly, to be a Dean of the Graduate Division?”
02:41 – “What would you say have been the most rewarding and the most challenging aspects of this role that you’re in now?”
03:40 – “What defining moments have occurred in your life and/or your career, and how have they shaped you?”
06:18 – “As you look back, what core beliefs have guided your choices and decisions?”
06:57 – “What does it mean to you to be a leader?”
09:07 – “When your career is complete, what do you want people to remember you for? What are you most proud of?”
09:25 – “What have been the biggest lessons learned for you in your career?”
11:57 – “If you were to sit down today with a young, new staff member, what advice would you give them as they begin their career?”
13:37 – “Is there anything else you would like to share with our staff audience?”