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Want to Spread the Word About Your Work? Find Your Tribe

Success requires teamwork

If you’re looking to build a successful business or rewarding career build a “tribe,” of…

By Kandia Johnson

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3 (Non-Creepy) Ways to Follow-up After a Networking Event

How to follow-up on a connection without looking like a stalker

If you’ve ever exchanged contact information at a networking event, then waited too long to…

By Kandia Johnson

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6 Essential Skills Necessary for Success But Not Taught in School

You can't learn everything from books

Whether you’re an employee or entrepreneur, make a commitment to life-long learning and put yourself…

By Kandia Johnson

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11 Denzel Washington Characters That Define Business Leadership

Here's why Denzel Washington's movies should be shown in business schools

Many of Washington’s characters displayed the same leadership characteristics that self-help guru Napoleon Hill describes…

By Preston Charles

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Must-Read New Business Book for Millennials: ‘Focus in Action is Great Leadership’

A new book outlines what it takes for millennials to develop into powerful business leaders

Focus in Action is Great Leadership: 10 Tenets of Leadership & Professional Excellence” helps build…

By Preston Charles

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9 Ways to Tackle Your To-Do List like a Boss (Part 2)

Prioritize, select, and revise

There always seems to be so much to do and not enough time to do…

By Cameka Smith

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unapologetic

Everyone Has a Story, Here’s How to Monetize It

What are you waiting for?

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Authenticity is the new currency in business so if you’re looking to advance…

By Kandia Johnson

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Has Racism in the Workplace Increased Since Donald Trump Became President? This Black Executive Notices a Difference

Sheree Franklin answers a letter from a man that has noticed the shift in the attitudes and behaviors of his white peers while in professional settings since the election of President Trump

Following the election of President Trump, increased racial tension could be felt across the U.S.…

By Sheree Franklin-Hill

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Event Program Coordinator

The Event Program Coordinator is an integral member of the Events Department and assists with…

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Administrative Coordinator – Events Department

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Responsible to the Vice President/Director of Operations – BLACK ENTERPRISE Events.
Provide administrative and clerical support…

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The New Resume: 7 Must-Haves for Every Media Kit

Whether you are launching a new business or seeking a new career, you need a solid need a media kit

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Media kits are a great way to highlight your successes in a professional…

By Cameka Smith

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say no

It’s Not Them, It’s You: 5 Effective Ways to Say No

Nearly every time you say yes to someone’s request, you’re saying no to yourself

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Raise your hand if you can’t say no without feeling guilty. Well here’s…

By Kandia Johnson

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public relations tips

5 Tips From Public Relations Pros That Will Elevate Your Career

Use these transferable skills in any corporate space, regardless of your industry or level of experience

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Public relations is about putting the best foot and the best face of…

By Lisa Fraser

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career lessons

Career Protection 101: Lessons From the Trump Trainwreck

If you find yourself in an unethical workplace, keep these three tips in mind

By now, it’s become abundantly clear this train wreck of a presidency is tumbling down.…

By Dr. Avis

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career advice

5 Career Advice Myths You Need to Dismiss

Let go of these to further your career

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When professionals face challenges along their career journey, they tend to solicit advice…

By Nicole K. Webb

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Work Smarter, Not Harder: 4 Ways to Slay Your Day

Efficiency pays off

Self-awareness is key to slaying your goals. What are your top three daily priorities? What…

By Kandia Johnson

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Your Résumé Sucks: 4 Ways to Get Your Résumé Noticed

Creating a killer résumé is surprisingly difficult

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Writing a résumé is one the most daunting, yet imperative tasks you will…

By Cameka Smith

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African American Employees Cannot Afford to Be Labeled as an Angry Black Male or Female

Be cautious about expressing your feelings

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Dear Sheree,
My manager informed me at the end of my last review that…

By Sheree Franklin-Hill

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5 Lessons to Learn About Black Public Relations Pioneers

The Museum of Public Relations celebrated hidden black history makers in PR and dispensed valuable advice for black millennials

Inez Kaiser, Ofield Dukes, Moss Kendrix—these aren’t names found in any textbook or spoken of…

By Lisa Fraser

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Laila Ali

Laila Ali Let’s Work Ethic, Not Legacy, Dictate Her Success (Exclusive)

'I have a work ethic where I have really high expectations of myself,' says Ali

I think when you can be authentic and you can be unguarded, you have a…

By Sequoia Blodgett

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How She Became a Full Stack JavaScript Developer In 5 Intensive Months

My biggest lesson learned was overcoming limitations I had put on myself regarding what I…

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Vetted Organizations and Charities You Can Donate To Help the Victims of Hurricane Harvey

The images and video from cities and towns battered by Hurricane Harvey are heartbreaking—families…

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