Two weeks ago, I was in New Orleans, Louisiana, living my best life with my cousins and friends, enjoying my friends work perks, and soaking in all the melanated joy of the 25th Annual Essence Festival.
In this episode, I’m going to share what I learned during my 4 days in Nawlins and give you some things to think about as we continue on our corporate journeys.
In this episode, I explain why you must manage your manager. Unfortunately, this task falls on you. So today I lay out why managing your manager is very important, how to determine the type of manager you have, and how to build a positive relationship with your manager, even if you don’t like her.
In this episode, we talk about what you need to do to set yourself up for success for the rest of the year.
We are past the halfway point for the year. How are you tracking? Are you going to hit your deliverables by the end of the year? Are you working toward your next promotion? How is that going?
Even if the first half hasn’t started out so well or gone as planned. I have intentionally created 3 points of homework for you to implement this month. My goal is that you go to work with intention and a plan to thrive!
We have successfully dealt with Sexism, Racism, Classism…. So what’s a little Ageism to US?
In this episode, one of my favorite coaching clients, Mrs. Adrienne, joins me for a conversation on Ageism. In 2018, Mrs. Adrienne found herself impacted by a huge corporate restructuring. She shares her story of being a seasoned professional back in a job market that isn’t the most appreciative of older workers. You will leave this conversation inspired and limitless.
As Black Women, we find ourselves in some pretty rough and interesting situations at work. Most times we can use our resourcefulness to turn the situation around.
But what are we supposed to do when we can’t fix it and we find ourselves in a meeting with our manager and HR?
In this episode, we discuss what you need to do to protect yourself from the bad behavior of your coworkers and when it’s time for you to take yourself to the EEOC office and file a complaint.
Coaching Call Chronicles: How This Fortune 500 Treated A New MBA Grad Like Trash And Then Pushed Her Out
In this episode, we hear a cautionary tale from an anonymous Corporate Warrior.
After graduating with her MBA from a top B-School, she joined a well known Fortune 500. In one year, she found herself pushed right on out of the organization and living back at home. What went wrong? What were the Red Flags? We talk about it all in an interview you cannot afford to miss.
In this episode, I want to focus on the signs you need to pay attention to as you complete your internship. There are clear RED FLAGS, that will tell you that you need to run far away after your internship is over … even if you secure a full-time offer to join them after you graduate. Some Bags Just Ain’t Worth It.
IT’S A CROSSOVER EPISODE Y’ALL
In this episode, I have the honor and privilege of sitting down with Zach Nunn, co-host of the Living Corporate Podcast, to have an in-depth conversation about respectability politics, the origins of self-policing (spoiler alert: SLAVERY), how it manifest today in corporate America, and how you can identify and combat the coonery that may reside deep inside you. It’s time to let our authentic selves be free!
In this episode, I address the very annoying, frustrating, and disheartening feedback that we are intimidating to our coworkers….specifically our white coworkers. If you haven’t received this feedback, may you never, but just in case, keep the tips in this episode ready.
You are not alone if you get this feedback.
Why Remaining Calm and Smiling is key
Questions I have for the whites… Please chime in, I got questions that need answers
Info about a course I’m building to help you set yourself up to get promoted within your first 24 months, regardless of your company or boss. If you are starting a new job soon and interested in setting yourself up for success, email me.