The Wisdom Café had the opportunity to sit down with UC Berkeley’s new Vice Provost of Academic and Space Planning, Tsu-Jae King Liu, and discuss her career path, her beliefs, and more.
Check out the interview below!
Click the timecodes below to see answers to specific questions:
00:18 – Can we start with a quick synopsis of your career path and how long you’ve been at UC Berkeley?
01:15 – What are you expecting to be the biggest challenges and the biggest opportunities in this new role?
02:42 – What defining moments have occurred in your life or your career, and how have they shaped you?
03:24 – As you look back, are there any core beliefs that have guided your choices and actions?
04:48 – What does it mean to you to be a leader?
05:20 – When your career is complete, what would you want people to remember you for? What are you most proud of?
06:07 – Can you give me an example of how you [bring out the best is others and give them a reason to smile] with your staff?
07:21 – If you were to sit down today with a young, new staff member, what advice would you give them as they begin their career?
08:14 – What are you most grateful for?