Whether you’re starting your first professional job after graduation or moving into a new job role as a seasoned worker, starting work well is critical to your future success. In her latest post from Psychology Today, Wake Forest’s Assistant Vice President for Mentoring and Alumni Personal & Career Development Allison McWilliams (’95) offers up advice for learning about your new colleagues, work environment, and job responsibilities. She also considers the importance of having a 30-60-90 day mindset and how to set intentional learning goals for your first few months on the job.

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