S3: Ep 48
In this episode, I talk about the three things you should do as we wind down the end of 2019 and prepare for the beginning of a new decade.
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, Felicia’s good friend and B-School classmate Erayna Sargent Takes Over the Podcast with a passionate message about why you need to take care of yourself and start with taking off for Hooky Day, October 22, 2019!
In this episode, I catch up with one of my favorite mentees. You may remember her from S2 Episode 9. A little over a year ago, she has started a new job, relocated across a number of states only to be set up for failure. Now, she tells us what has happened since then and what she is up to now. It’s amazing what a difference a year can make.
In this episode, I chat with one of my favorite Mentees turned Mentor. In four short years, she has built an amazingly supported career at her current company. Today, she shares how she has connected the dots of corporate success, allowing her to build a great reputation, solid sponsor relationships and gain the label of high performing/high potential talent. Although I would love to tell you who she is and where she works, it’s more important to deliver these career nuggets without pause or hesitation.
In this episode, I have the opportunity to sit down with my little cousin (he’s 20 now but he will always be my favorite 9-year-old with a bow tie) and talk with him about his summer internship experience with a global investment firm. It is the classic okie-doke set up for failure. Let this be a lesson to you. You can interview well, gain the opportunity, get set up to fail… only to be told that you aren’t good enough. Don’t believe the hype.