In the first episode of Now Look Inward, Angela Connor interviews a 20-year HR veteran about some of her experiences at a global organization advocating for employees and some of the issues that emerge particularly when advocating for African-Americans. Continue reading Now Look Inward – The Podcast
Over the past two weeks I’ve felt compelled to speak out about racial inequality, particularly in the workplace, and share my thoughts and experiences in a way I haven’t publicly in the past, which is moving people to action. The calls, text messages and emails I’ve received have made it clear to me there’s another area of which I must get involved, further share my … Continue reading To enlighten and drive change in Corporate America
As told to WRAL TechWire and outlined in this piece they published sharing my thoughts, I am encouraging courageous acts far beyond lip service. Here are the answers I provided to the questions posed: What is your view on the ground here in the Triangle? My view is the same no matter where I am in America. It does not change. I have friends and … Continue reading Be courageous, be bold and adopt a bias for action
It’s time to do the real work. Now that the post on social media supporting the Black community, Black Lives Matter movement, acknowledging that you stand with employees and denigrate racism at all costs has gotten ample recognition, many companies who strategized on how they’d present the message and did so successfully, must now look at themselves with a critical eye. Your message told the … Continue reading You’ve issued a public statement, now look inward
My network showed up for me this week. But this isn’t that surprising. I take networking seriously, and stay close to those of whom I seem to connect with strongly. I also notice fakes or the people who only want something a mile away. They are painfully transparent, and not my jam at all. I posted on LinkedIn that I was in need of a … Continue reading Network is a verb so put some action behind it
If you depend on a robust network and continuing to grow it so you can make strong connections and help others do the same, don’t stop networking. It is an absolute must you continue to meet new people and expand your sphere of influence, so keep meeting people. I met 15 new people at the Raleigh Chamber‘s Virtual Business hours at the beginning of the … Continue reading Don’t stop networking
If you’re over the age of 40, you may be walking around with a target on your back. And you know what it is? Your salary. Yes, as you enter what may be the pinnacle of your career success or very close to it with feelings and expectations of nothing but greatness and high wage-earning years ahead, they could be cut short. Before I launched … Continue reading Beware the salary target on your back
Everyone’s doing it. Posting images of their various Zoom conferences, happy hours, team meetings and other virtual events on social media, particularly LinkedIn. I am personally getting tired of seeing so many, but I don’t judge how others use social media. I can just scroll past the items that don’t interest me. I’m also keen on using the tools provided, whether it’s muting content, unfollowing … Continue reading Should you be seeking permission before posting Zoom meetings on social media?
People lose clients. It’s just a fact of life. People who are very good at what they do, lose clients. Nothing lasts forever. I’m a believer in necessary endings, even the ones we don’t initiate. Yesterday was my last day working with one client and also the same day my work delivered big for another. I sent a farewell email to one small group while … Continue reading I lost a client and life goes on
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