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The Source’s Interview with a Black Enterprise Editor about Being a Millennial Digital Journalist

"We talk about social issues from a millennial perspective in a very raw way"

Selena Hill is the walking definition of today’s journalist. She is an African-American woman, millennial,…

By Selena Hill

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Want a Productive Team? Then Be an Effective Leader

Here's how to cultivate your leadership style and become a better boss

Learn how to adjust your leadership style and cultivate relationships in order to build a…

By Jerome D. Love

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Your Coworkers Are Not Your Friends

"When people reveal themselves, believe them”

The goal for most individuals at work is advancement. How do you achieve that? It’s…

By Sonia Alleyne

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black chef Vaughn Moore

Black Chef Series: Meet Chef Vaughn Moore

This gourmet pastry chef owns his own sweets catering company

This chef’s creations are so good that he had a cake featured at one of President…

By Alisa Gumbs

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6 Ways to Improve Yourself This Summer

Self-development is achieved in many ways

Beyond enjoying backyard barbecues and waves at the beach, the summer season is also the…

By Kandia Johnson

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support

How to Position Yourself As an Industry Authority

You have the knowledge; now apply the strategy to establish yourself as an expert in your field

To build your authority, you’ll need a continuous message that tells the world who you…

By Kandia Johnson

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reclaim

Career Lessons from Auntie Maxine: Reclaim Your Time Like A Boss

A lesson in career building from women who persisted

Maxine Walters’ refusal to back down inspired women to cut through the bull and stand…

By Selena Hill

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Eboni K. Williams

‘Pretty Powerful’: Eboni K. Williams Shares Career Lessons in the Business of Media

The Fox News Channel host shares how all working professionals can take their career to the next level through media

In an interview with Black Enterprise, Eboni K. Williams opened up about her journey from…

By Selena Hill

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On This Black Women’s Equal Pay Day, Commit to Get Paid What You’re Worth

Master the strategy of negotiating your salary

Black Women’s Equal Pay Day is the prefect time to reassess your salary negotiating skills…

By Dr. Avis

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home-based

Work With a Difficult Boss? Use These Four Key Strategies to Grow and Succeed

Don't just complain, take action

Having a difficult boss can make you ask yourself questions like: “Why is my hard…

By Stephanie Chung

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Prominent Bajan Linguist Who Opposed the Word ‘Negro,’ Dies

Keith Baird advocated the use of ‘Afro-American’

As a result I have an orientation toward most things Barbadian or “Bajan,” as everyone…

By Robin White Goode

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abu dhabi

American Black Women Are Moving in Droves to This One Country

This is why Abu Dhabi is the "new black"

Learn why black women professionals are moving to Abu Dhabi to work, live, and build…

By Maryann Reid

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‘I See You’: The Power and Beauty of Building Multiple Tribes of Professional Women

Learn about the different tribes you can build to further your success

Women that make the time to find their tribes of professional sisters have a competitive…

By Dr. Atira Charles

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A Checklist to Optimize and Manage Your Professional Online Presence

Remember: your social media activity creates your online brand

Your online presence is just as important as your résumé. If you’re ready to attract…

By Kandia Johnson

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How to Make an Impact in Your Industry and Boost Career Success

You need to stand out from the crowd to accelerate your career

How to Make an Impact in Your Industry and Boost Career Success

By Kandia Johnson

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How to Avoid Feeling Overwhelmed as an Entrepreneur

Feeling overwhelmed? We've got tips for you!

Feeling overwhelmed is an inevitable emotion. In fact, it’s an essential part of your growth…

By Kandia Johnson

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Quick Tips to Plan Your Own “Girls Trip” Away From the Office

Rule 1: Make sure everyone gets along

Make it clear that extra guests, children, and significant others are not invited, because this…

By Claudine Williams

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personal tragedy

How to Manage Work While Dealing With a Personal Tragedy

When tragedy strikes, the demand for work continues. Here are a few coping tips

Stress in our personal lives such as dealing with family illness, loss of a loved…

By Kandia Johnson

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This Ecologist Is Not Afraid of Bears—She Traps Them for Research

Rae Wynn-Grant is a rare species in her own right

Wynn-Grant is one of the few African American female ecological conservationists—if not the only one.…

By Robin White Goode

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journalism

A Journey Into Journalism: 3 Tips For Those Looking to Work in Media

Black Enterprise Digital Editor Selena Hill shared advice on breaking into the media industry during her radio interview with financial literacy guru Ash Cash

Black Enterprise’s Selena Hill shared advice on working in media and journalism during her recent…

By Selena Hill

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How To

Password Protect Your Flash Drive In Two Simple Steps

Flash drives, thumb drives, USB sticks: whatever you want to call them, they’re more than…

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Black Female Voice Actor on How to Break into the Lucrative Voice-Over Business

“The secret society [of the voice-over business] is due in part because it’s a career…

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