In this episode, I speak from my heart about failure and give practical tips to minimize failure in your role. Many times we agree to be held to a standard of success that we did not define. Many times we don’t know what the expectations of us are. How can we exceed goals we don’t know or understand?
The key is in this episode.
Hint: Tap into your inner Claire Huxtable
In this episode, my dear friend and Kelley classmate, Erayna Sargent, joins me for a very candid and vulnerable convo about how we all need to be just a little selfish sometimes and why our success in corporate America depends on it.
By day Erayna is a corporate warrior, but by night Erayna is a small business consultant, wellness warrior and overall ‘Goal Digger.’
In this episode, Michelle Silverthorn, Founder and CEO of Inclusion Nation, a diversity consulting firm based in Chicago, joins me for a TRILL convo about Sponsors. We break down what are they, why they are critical to your career success, and what you need to think about when working to gain Sponsor relationships in your organization.
You don’t want to miss one minute of this episode. Michelle keeps it all the way TRILL, dropping all the nuggets you need to gain sponsors at work.
In this episode, we talk frankly and honestly about a very stressful time in most our work lives. The Annual Performance Review has been a pain point for many of us and this year will be no different.
There are some misconceptions about the annual performance review. We run down what the review actually is, how you should prepare, what to expect from the meeting, and steps to follow up after the meeting.
In this episode, we talk about how working twice as hard isn’t getting us anywhere and what you need to focus on instead of just keeping your head down and getting shit done….
Hint: You have to go to the Work Happy Hour.
In this episode, we discuss the Black Woman’s Achilles’ Heel….. Asking For Help.
I wanted to talk about the fear of asking for help, how to ask for help, and tips to set yourself up for success. So I called one of the sharpest and baddest Corporate Warriors, one of my favorite mentees, Jessika Banks. You may remember Jessika from last season when we talked about lessons learned from her MBA internship and how not getting the full time offer was the best BLESSING God disguised.
I also created the 3 Step Sure Fire Method to Ask For Help, Without Getting Dinged. To get this guide, Join Our Safe Space
In this episode, the first for Black History Month, I’m simply laying out the rationale for you to stop taking on Diversity and Inclusion work that is not in your job description.
We need to Stop Doing the Black Shit at Work! Especially if the company is the equivalent of a Fuck Boy.