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Christine Villanueva

On the Move: Christine Villanueva Steps Up as New Walton Isaacson SVP, Head of Strategy

Role will build on her strengths in both multicultural and broad-based consumer insight and analytics

Find out how Christine Villanueva will be embracing her new role as Senior Vice President,…

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race

How to Talk to Your Co-workers About Race

Seven tips for navigating this complex conversation

Check out these 7 expert tips for talking to your co-workers about race as we…

By Safon Floyd

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bad habits

10 Bad Habits to Ban From the Workplace

There are some things you just shouldn't do while in a professional setting

Check out this list of 10 bad habits you must avoid at all cost while…

By Safon Floyd

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Office survival kit

21 Items You Need in Your Office Survival Kit

We're all just trying to make it here

Check out this necessary list of 21 essential items you need in order to survive…

By Safon Floyd

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Vision

How to Communicate Your Company’s Vision to Your Employees

Make sure your team is on the same page

Your vision is exactly that: yours. Not everyone has the luxury of immediately understanding the…

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Power back

#PowerTV: 5 Tips to Get Your #Power Back When the Going Gets Tough

Naturi Naughton, star of Starz TV's "Power," shares her secrets for navigating through tough times in business and in love

The following was written by Naturi Naughton, who stars as Tasha St. Patrick on the hit Starz…

By Cristie Leondis

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staffing agencies

#BlackBizMatters: 6 Black-Owned Staffing Agencies to Help Find Your Next Job

Here's a way to support black businesses while searching for your next employment opportunity—because #BlackBizMatters

Check out this list of 6 black-owned staffing agencies to serve as your go-to, in…

By Safon Floyd

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Friends

The Pros and Cons of Starting a Business With Friends

How to work with your BFF and not ruin a friendship

I first met Jonathan Wasserstrum, one of my best friends and now a co-founder of…

By Black Enterprise

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product

How to Refine Your Idea to Build an Actual Product You Can Sell

For conceptually driven entrepreneurs, these strategies for proactive planning will help you come up with tangible, marketable products or services and bring your great ideas to fruition

Successful companies all start by building around a unique idea. That said, not everyone with…

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interview

10 Questions to NEVER Ask in an Interview

Sometimes curiosity can kill the cat

Find out the 10 questions you want to complete avoid asking in any job interview…

By Safon Floyd

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diversity

Diversity Execs Share the Inside Scoop On How to Get Hired Fast

Black Enterprise spoke to Chief Diversity Executives from Capital One and Pinterest about how diversity benefits business

Decades of scientific research shows that hanging out in groups of people who, for example,…

By Selena Hill

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Knowles

4 Secrets to Success From Mathew Knowles

If you just think of him as Beyoncé's dad, you're not awake. The accomplished businessman and author shares valuable keys to high achievement

Mathew Knowles, accomplished businessman, educator and author—and yes, Beyonce’s dad, shares valuable keys to high…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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Job

Young, Black, and Looking for a Job? Create One

Here is how minority teens can take initiative carving out their own paths to wealth, in spite of adverse hiring trends

Now is the time to reject the myth of the skills gap, and reorient black…

By Jared Brown

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Women

Women of Power: Vie Wilson Shares How African American Women Can Find Success in the Real Estate Industry

Real estate powerhouse Vie Wilson talks with Black Enterprise about how to achieve success in this competitive industry.

Real estate is a continuously growing and expanding industry. In any given major U.S. city,…

By Tia Walker

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morning commute

#MotivationMonday: 5 Ways to Maximize Your Morning Commute

It's not where you are, it's what you're doing

Find out how to make the most of your morning commute by using the traveling…

By Safon Floyd

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Real Estate

Women of Power: Brie Bythewood Talks Success in the Growing Profession of Real Estate

A 10-year real estate industry veteran reveals the highs and lows of her career

The final installment of our African-American Women in Real Estate rests with Brie Bythewood.  The…

By Tia Walker

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new category

Designing a Business Model: How to Create a New Category Within Your Industry

Advice on how to successfully carve out a new business niche in your industry

In 2014, our clothing company announced plans to largely transition out of traditional offline wholesale partnerships,…

By Black Enterprise

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overwhelmed

5 Ways to Avoid Being Overwhelmed at Work

The will to get it all done is already there, but now you have the way

Check out these 5 tips to help you avoid being overwhelmed given a never-ending, insurmountable…

By Safon Floyd

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Frontier Communications

On the Move: Frontier Communications SVP Talks Career Climbing

Craig L. Collins shares path to success and where he's hopefully off to next

Learn how SVP of Commercial Sales and Operations for Frontier Communications, Craig L. Collins, got…

By Safon Floyd

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work meetings

6 Tips to Tighten Your Work Meetings

We all have to be here so, let's just make the best of it

Check out these 6 effective tips to help your pestering, overloaded work meetings run smoothly,…

By Safon Floyd

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How To

hire talent

How to Hire Talent That Will Complement Your Team and Culture

People make the difference. You can have incredible systems and procedures in place, the right software…

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grief

How to Deal With Grief While at Work

Regardless of where you live in the world, all of us in some way have…

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