In this episode, Kishshana sits down with Deborah T. Owens founder of Corporate Alley Cat. Corporate Alley Cat addresses the unique experiences and needs of people of color in Corporate America.
Advice That Sticks
I love conferences. I love meeting people, getting out of my hometown to explore a new city, seeing new speakers and hearing the most current “how – to” for my field. I am also terrified of conferences. As an introvert, the thought of walking into a huge room filled with people I don’t know makes me
I don’t know about you but I kind of suffer from the New Years Yay-Boos. What is that you might ask? It’s this weird roller coaster ride I get on right around December 15 each year where I know I have to start goal setting for the following year and I get all excited and
Recently, a client asked me to give some advice to his new team. Most of them are new professionals passionate about their work and eager to make their mark. It got me thinking about what I would tell my younger self if I could go back and do it again. One of the occupational hazards
Last year this time, I was discussing our next big trip with my travel crew and one of the ladies suggested yachting for a week. I threw the phone down and walked away (dramatic I know). I am not a “boat person”. I’m more of a “land but no sea” type of gal. I mean
Facebook can mess up your whole life if you let it. Well…maybe I am being dramatic. It can at the very least ruin your day. Or make your day – depends on how you look at it. How you might ask? Simple. Facebook Memories. Damn. Now if you don’t have Facebook, it’s OK. Keep reading