In this episode, Felicia’s good friend and B-School classmate, Erayna Sargent, is back on the show to encourage us to participate in the second annual Hooky Day, October 20, 2020!
In this episode, Felicia breaks down how we will curtail the feedback and microaggressions around our facial expressions.
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In this episode, Felicia shares the frustrating tale of how we f*** up interviews, even when other Black women want to hire us!
We mess up by not being prepared in a number of ways. Today we talk through it and explain what the hired candidates do differently to set themselves apart.
In this episode, Felicia shares her own testimony of when her own job search tactics don’t work, proving that sometimes, you just hit a Black Woman wall. But that’s okay because it ALWAYS works out!
S4:Ep Rough Week
This ain’t a regular episode. Last week was one of the shittiest weeks in this shit hole country. #RIPChadwickBoseman
I don’t know about y’all but I’m tired. I’m really ready to put it all on the line for change.
So I ask the question… Do we Black Professional Go On Strike?
In this episode, Felicia has an insightful and nuggets filled conversation with her bestie, Tia Cummings to talk about how she got to the VP level, what she is learning in her new role, and the dilemma Black senior leaders face in the workplace.
In this episode, we get focused on how to set ourselves up for the rest of the year, despite the Rona. We breakdown how to ask for critical feedback, why we need to stay focused on our annual objectives/deliverables, and the need to continue building relationships, even in the midst of a global pandemic.
In this episode, the last in the Your Workplace Survival Guide series, I break down how to survive a toxic workplace until your exit.
In this episode, I continue to break down how to manage a bad boss using the mistakes I made with one of the worst managers I ever had. *Bleep* was a passive-aggressive micromanaging sabotaged, the worst type of Karen there is in the workplace. *TRIGGER WARNING*