Black women in the United States who work full-time, year-round are typically paid just 63 cents for every dollar paid to white, non-Hispanic men. Women of color face unique challenges...Continue reading
The Black Woman In The Mirror: When Black Women Struggle to Champion Each Other At Work
Like many Black women I know, I’ve been incredibly fortunate to have had some amazing Black women as mentors and colleagues. We’ve supported each other, shared our knowledge, and championed...Continue reading
Does Your Employer Know Your Value?
A mid-career professional recently shared a passionate story with me about her employer not valuing her professional worth. Intrigued, I asked for details, and she indulged me with stories related...Continue reading
Failure? It’s all Relative!
#1 LACK OF SUCCESS There seems to be this unspoken rule that many of us have instilled within us that relates to what constitutes failure. The fear of failure can...Continue reading
3 Reasons You Should Stop Saying “That’s Not a Part of My Job” in the Workplace
Many of us have heard others or ourselves say these dreadful words that no manager or supervisor wants to hear “That’s not a part of my job”. Before you get...Continue reading
Five People Every Professional Needs For Their Career to Succeed
“It takes a village.” When it comes to your career, this is definitely true. Savvy professionals know that being successful in any job or position involves having many individuals focused...Continue reading
Navigating Micro-Aggressions in the Workplace
Microaggressions can be defined as “the everyday verbal, nonverbal, and environmental slights, snubs, or insults, whether intentional or unintentional, which communicate hostile, derogatory, or negative messages to target persons based...Continue reading