Holiday Rewind S3:Ep 50
Regardless if you have listened to S3: Episode 39 or not, you gotta check out all the nuggets my mentee dropped in this episode. As 2019 is coming to an end, take time out to listen and take notes as you prep for an awesome 2020!
In this episode, I explain why Part-Time MBA Programs are NOT setting US up for success and the extra leg work you have to do in order to gain an MBA SALARY after you finish your part-time MBA program.
In this episode, I explain why verbally asking for a promotion is the fastest way of not getting promoted. Instead, I talk about how you set yourself up to earn your next promotion, all without announcing, “I Want A Promotion.”
In this episode, I discuss two points of frustration at work: 1. BS that we find ourselves unnecessarily involved in, and 2. Being treated with disrespect. I give you some things to think about and language to help you focus on your priorities and professionally defend yourself without being labeled defensive or angry black woman.
In this episode, I give an update on my first month at my new gig. I talk about my thoughts and observations, my biggest fear about going back to work and the new goal I have for my career.
S3: Ep 44
Aired February 13, 2017 on DFWiRadio.com
Yep….I’m still trying to get settled in a new city and a new job….and for those who listened to lasts weeks episode and was even more pumped about getting an MBA…. This Remix from Season 1 is for you!!!
In this episode, I talk with Danni Young, Director of Recruiting for The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management. We talk about the benefits of being a Consortium Member, what you need to know before you apply to B-School, and how you can get your MBA at one of the Consortium’s Top Ranked Member Schools.
S3: Ep 43
I’m still trying to get settled in a new city and a new job….So….
This episode is a remix of season 2, episode 8 where I discuss the real reason why I got my MBA, I share the Good, Bad, and Ugly of this MBA game, and give you things to think about for your own MBA journey.
In this episode, Tiffany and I discuss the hard reality that likeability/relatability at work is what gets you promoted and how being black and woman makes gaining likeability that much harder in white male-dominated corporate America.