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Work Stress

Ask Sheree: When an Employee Suffers Cultural Bias

What to do when you sense cultural bias at your job

What should I do when I sense that my manager is culturally biased against me?

By Sheree Franklin-Hill

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black women executives

The Real Roadmap to the Top for Black Women Executives

Sometimes it's not what you know, it's who you know.

Check out this study conducted by the Executive Leadership Council detailing what black women executives…

By Safon Floyd

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This Exercise Technique May Be All You Need To Stop Suffering from Job Stress

Tips for managing workplace stress with yoga

Nowadays, in the midst of dealing with a series of unfortunate events happening around the…

By Kandia Johnson

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AccuWeather GM and CMO Reveals The Road to Success

"I always try to figure out how can I continue to live to my potential."

Find out how AccuWeather Global Chief Marketing Offier and General Manager, John Dokes took his…

By Safon Floyd

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This Woman Created Multiple Streams of Revenue from her Success as a Self-Published Author

Schoolteacher turned CEO and film producer talks creating life on her own terms

Like many people, Tressa Smallwood, a former schoolteacher, started out on the straight and narrow…

By Kandia Johnson

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Career Path

5 Ways to Carve Your Own Career Path

Stand out in your chosen field with these 5 tips.

You may have heard the phrase “carve your own path,” but the million-dollar question is,…

By Kandia Johnson

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Beauty Culture

How Madam C.J. Walker Beauty Culture is Celebrating Women Who Defy the Odds

The #ICanSheDid campaign honors women who continue to defy the odds

Earlier this week, Madam C.J. Walker Beauty Culture launched a new digital campaign called “I…

By Kandia Johnson

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Sister 2 Sistah

Two Media Professionals and Co-founders of Sister 2 Sistah are Taking Houston by Storm

Rebecca Briscoe and Nakia Cooper, the media powerhouses behind Sister 2 Sistah, discuss the inspiration behind their mentoring program and more

When you think of people wearing many hats, you may need about a dozen heads…

By Daron Pressley

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10 Words You’re Using That Make You Sound Unprofessional

Sometimes, it's all in what you say—and you could be saying all the wrong things

Find out the 10 words you’re using at work that need to be stripped from…

By Safon Floyd

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How Psychology Can Make Marketing More Persuasive

How Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs translates into quality marketing campaigns

Abraham Maslow (1908-1970) was an American psychologist who left behind a theory that can be…

By Black Enterprise

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Only 40 Percent of College Seniors Feel Their College Experience Prepared Them For a Career

Are college graduates prepared for a successful career?

Every summer, like clockwork, more than 2 million students graduate and expect to enter the…

By Kandia Johnson

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top jobs

Top Entry Level Jobs for New Grads

A good jumping-off point to assist your search for a quality, entry level job in 2016

Find out which careers have been deemed the top jobs for new graduates, where these…

By Safon Floyd

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Priceless Lessons From One Successful Entrepreneur’s Mother

Take care of those around you

Take care of those around you.

By Black Enterprise

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African Market

This PR Expert Shares Tips on How To Enter The African Market

International PR expert shares her tips on doing business globally

At the start of the year, Black Enterprise went global. We traveled to Lagos, Nigeria,…

By Sirita Wright

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How the Womeneur Platform Helps Female Entrepreneurs Thrive In Business

Womeneur connects, motivates, and educates female entrepreneurs

Womeneur connects, motivates, and educates female entrepreneurs.

By Kandia Johnson

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‘E! News’ Fashion Correspondent and Wardrobe Stylist Stacee Michelle Talks Careers in Fashion

Fashionista extraordinaire Stacee Michelle shares how she got her start in the fashion industry, and advises how others can do the same

Lights, cameras, action!
Fashion correspondent and wardrobe stylist, Stacee Michelle, has explored neatly every professional facet of fashion.…

By Daron Pressley

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Google Gets First African American Board Member

Google parent company Alphabet takes active strides at diversification.

Check out Google’s first African American board member, Roger Ferguson, and learn the role he’s…

By Safon Floyd

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Global Success

Networking to Global Success: 3 Savvy Tips for Young Professionals

Eunice Omole, TV host and strategist at EbonyLife TV, shares the secrets

Eunice Omole, EbonyLife TV’s chief strategist and host of Hello Africa, shares how she networked…

By Janell Hazelwood

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Young Entrepreneurs

Here are the Top Things Young Entrepreneurs Worry About

The need to succeed at any cost, can be a huge stress to carry

Young entrepreneurs, especially newer entrepreneurs, are constantly pushed to succeed. While success can be defined…

By Black Enterprise

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college admissions

3 Reasons Your Boss Should Want You to Work From Home

A look into a win-win situation

Find out why, contrary to popular yet dying belief, it may benefit both workers and…

By Safon Floyd

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How To


“The only woman in the room” & how to change that by 2186

With passionate voices working every day to redefine the standard for gender equality, I believe…

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Ask Sheree: How to Manage an Overload of Work

It is very common for a busy professional to feel overwhelmed with their job commitments…

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