In this episode, I talk about what I’m learning about gaining information, consensus building, and creating boundaries while working during COVID-19.
Because we are emailing a whole hell of a lot in these Rona Times…. I thought it was appropriate to revisit this episode.
From S3:Ep 34 For Colored Girls Who Have Questionable Tone When the Email Is Too Much
In this episode, I talk about one of the greatest challenges and banes of our existence as black women in corporate America…. Tone In Email.
S4 Update 2
Yep, I’m NOT back! BUT, I didn’t want to not talk with y’all at all.
In this non-episode, I talk about three KEY things:
1. Give Yourself Grace
2. Intentions and Impact ARE NOT EQUAL – How not to take it personally.
3. Quit Telling People to Go To HR!!!! DO NOT GO TO HR…. unless you have a plan!!!
I’m seven episodes into 2020 and I’m struggling. This isn’t a normal episode. In this episode, I get honest about what is going on with me and what I’m learning– in my new gig, in producing this podcast, and in life in general.
In this episode, we continue the sponsorship prep work you started in Episode 5. Now that you know what you are bringing to the table it’s time to put that knowledge into the action steps in the episode.
In this episode, I talk with the good folks at LeanIn.Org. Raena Saddler, VP of People & Managing Director and Pamela Nonga Ngue, Senior Communications Specialist at LeanIn.Org share with me all the resources they have for Corporate Warriors like you!
In this episode, building from last week’s episode, we focus on getting ready for sponsorship. Before we start targeting potential leaders in the organization, we some work to do on ourselves first. Once we have prepped, we give ourselves a better chance to ask for sponsorship. We talk about building your narrative, understanding your organization, and how NOT to ask for sponsorship.
In this episode, we explore why we should raise our hands and tell our organizations that we want to be developed and groomed to become Executive Talent. Many of us are talking ourselves out of being C-Suite executives. Today, we explore why we shouldn’t do this and the things we can control on our C-Suite journey.
S3: Ep 52
In this episode, this is the second part of the conversation I had with one of my very accomplished mentors, Joanna Reddick. Joanna and I were having an impromptu mentoring chat. I had the great idea of pulling out the microphones to catch all the nuggets that Joanna was dropping. This conversation was so good, we had to put it in two parts. This is part 2.