You’ve probably heard the advice to “dress the part” for work or even “dress for the job you want, not the job you have.” But when you’re getting dressed in the morning, you may wonder whether your attire actually has any impact on your work life.
According to the LeanIn report, Black women make up 7.4% of the population in the U.S yet hold only 1.4% of C-suite positions and 1.7% of vice president roles in the country. There are several reasons for this, one of...Continue reading
There comes the point in your career when it is clear that it is time for you to move on. Certain signs constantly point you towards a career change. Sometimes this can be hard to digest or accept, partly because...Continue reading
Black women bring a wealth of skills, education, and ambition to the corporate workforce. Furthermore, data show that black women are actively interested in pursuing and occupying positions of executive leadership (Hewlett and Green 2). Despite these sentiments, Black women are...Continue reading
Can't figure out why your working space is draining the life out of you? You might need some office spring cleaning. If you are like me, working in a cluttered office can feel suffocating. Spring cleaning your office is one of...Continue reading