192: Harnessing Intergenerational Power for Career Success with Dr. Luna Muñoz
This week, our guest, Dra. Luna Muñoz, offers a discussion of harnessing intergenerational power for career success. Dra. Luna was a lecturer in higher education earning national prizes and has 100+ publications including opinions on higher education. She now helps mid-career academics to get clarity on career moves while taking a radical compassionate approach. She is also an associate coach for Durham University.
On today’s show, we cover topics related to the challenges that Dra. Luna faced in higher ed related to gender inequities and sexism, racism, and redundancy— or the process of being dismissed for reasons unrelated to work performance. She introduces us to the concept of intergenerational power and how she has harnessed it by leaning into her own Puerto Rican heritage. We also cover topics of self-reflection, redefining values and success, and personal growth work.
Dra. Luna has a CV conversion template and strategic guide that you can download here.
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