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A Surprise Is Coming

S5:21

In this brief episode, I share a surprise for the next few episodes of the show.

A FARE Update

S5:20

In this brief episode, I give an update on what’s going on with me and what I have been up to while on a hiatus.

Producer’s Cut: Setting Yourself Up For Success

S5:Ep 16

Producer’s Cut of S2: Ep 9, I meet with one of my mentees who is about a year into her first job post undergrad.  She has not been set up for success in her current organization.  We talk about how to turn this around and set herself up for success, regardless of the road blocks the organization puts in her way.

Producer’s Cut: Breaking From the Norm

S5:Ep 15

From S2:Ep 3, I chat with Katrina McGhee about her journey of getting unstuck in her career and how she now helps others to get unstuck in their careers.

A FARE Update: Take Your Vacation

S5 Update 2

In this short update, I want to take a minute to talk about what’s coming up after the Memorial Day holiday.

A FARE Update: Q1 2021

S5 Update

In this episode, an update about what’s happening with me, my thoughts on relationship building, and how getting to your next role is probably not going to be because you blindly submitted an application online.

Build Your Relationship Wall Part 2

S5: Ep 12
In this episode, I follow up on Episode 7 and do the double click on strategically building a relationship wall of advocates.

The Silence Is Deafening: Black Lives Don’t Matter

S5: Ep 11
In this episode, I talk about how to survive showing up at work while dealing with the continuous killing of black people.

Do Black Lives REALLY Matter?: Lessons From The Coca-Cola Company Restructure Pt 2

S5: Ep 10
In this episode, I take a deeper dive into my workplace experiences after the death of George Floyd and BLM social media posts.

Emerging Stronger: Lessons From The Coca-Cola Company Restructure Pt 1

S5: Ep 9
In this episode, I share the lessons learned from my experience working at The Coca-Cola Company through a restructuring during a global pandemic and a renewed fight for social justice.

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