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In this Podcast, I analyze the recent court proceedings between Afri-forum and the EFF. I talk to how concepts like White Fragility, White Supremacy, centering of the White experience as more important, the denial of structural and systematic historical context and the weaponizing of ideas and laws that were meant to eradicate racism and White Supr…
 
In this Podcast, I talk about the toxicity of tone policing in the Workplace and it’s link to White Fragility. The burden it places on people of color to self police how they speak out when they are being harmed. I also discuss the additional burden that is placed on Black people to assure White liberals that they don’t think they are racist. Becau…
 
In this Podcast, I talk about how Black Women are often expected to and often take on the role of doing menial tasks in the workplace that will not position them as leaders, but keep them as worker bees in the workplace. See below for more information on the services we offer: Link to the 5 day Live Your Soul-Crushing Job Challenge https://www.quic…
 
In this Podcast, I talk about how Bias affects or acts as a barrier to Black Women reaching Leadership positions in the Workplace. See below for more information on the services we offer: Sign-up Online Coaching Programme https://blackwomenintheworkplace.com/online-coaching/ Join Private Coaching Program: Pushing Your Career Journey Further https:/…
 
In this Podcast, I talk about how domains of power that affect Black Women in the Workplace. See below for more information on the services we offer: Sign-up Online Coaching Programme https://blackwomenintheworkplace.com/online-coaching/ Join Private Coaching Program: Pushing Your Career Journey Further https://blackwomenintheworkplace.com/coaching…
 
In this video, I talk about how we are all conditioned to ascribe superiority and competence to whiteness. See below for more information on the services we offer: Sign-up Online Coaching Programme https://blackwomenintheworkplace.com/online-coaching/ Join Private Coaching Program: Pushing Your Career Journey Further https://blackwomenintheworkplac…
 
In this Podcast, I talk about how white people who see themselves as non-racist, as people who don’t see colour are oblivious to the ways they continue to harm black people both emotionally and financially, especially when they are in a position of power. I don't believe in binary thinking, so I don't believe that white people are other good or bad…
 
In this video, I talk about the 5 identity beliefs that hold black women back from crushing it in the workplace. See below for more information on the services we offer: Sign-up Online Coaching Programme https://blackwomenintheworkplace.com/online-coaching/ Join Private Coaching Program: Pushing Your Career Journey Further https://blackwomeninthewo…
 
In this Podcast, I talk about why we hold ourselves back from reaching for what we really want. #careercoach #careerchange #careeradvice #black #blackwork #blackwomen #BlackWomenAtWork #blackwoman #jobseekers #job #jobs See below for more information on the services we offer: Sign-up Online Coaching Programme https://blackwomenintheworkplace.com/on…
 
In this Podcast, I share why black people need coaching because of their traumatic past. I share what coaching is, what a good coach should be able to do for you, and why you need it. #careercoach #careerchange #careeradvice #black #blackwork #blackwomen #BlackWomenAtWork #blackwoman #jobseekers #job #jobs See below for more information on the serv…
 
This Podcast covers 5 reasons why we struggle to commit to Coaching Programs especially from Coaches who look like us. See below for more information on the services we offer: Sign-up Online Coaching Programme https://blackwomenintheworkplace.com/online-coaching/ Join Private Coaching Program: Pushing Your Career Journey Further https://blackwomeni…
 
How to prepare for a job interview so you can win. What is covered in this Podcast? Tip 1: What kind of attitude should you bring to the interview Tip 2: What are the 3 things interviewers are looking for Tip 3: Important interpersonal skills required to win an interview Tip 4: How you approach interview prep - matching your competencies to the job…
 
In this Podcast, I will teach you how to answer the "Tell me about yourself question" in the interview. A question that we know to expect in most interviews but are not quite sure how to answer because it is so open-ended. Tips to Tell Me About Yourself Job Interview Answer include: Tip 1: Remember that your objective is to prove that you are the r…
 
How to answer the salary question in a job interview. What is covered in this podcast? Tip 1: You don't have to provide a salary slip Tip 2: Avoid giving a number Tip 3: Appeal to their expertise and fairness Tip 4: Counter ask #interviewquestionsandanswers #jobinterviewtips #whatareyoursalaryexpectations #Job #Jobs #Interview #JobInterview…
 
Here are my tips on how to prepare for your next interview. Join My Private Coaching Program: Pushing Your Career Journey Further https://blackwomenintheworkplace.ck.p... Create The Job You Really Want: Download this FREE Career Roadmap Journal. https://blackwomenintheworkplace.ck.p...
 
The gender pay gap in SA is considered to be between 19% and 37%. Black women start at a backfoot when it comes to earnings. We, therefore, have to do everything we can to maximize our earnings. Join Private Coaching Program: Pushing Your Career Journey Further https://blackwomenintheworkplace.ck.p... Create The Job You Really Want: Download this F…
 
In this video, I discuss Authenticity vs Pragmatism in the workplace. Women are often told that they have to demonstrate more masculine behaviours in order to be considered competent leaders in the workplace, while black women, in particular, say that they find it mentally exhausting to have to be someone else in the workplace. What do you do, do y…
 
There is a high level of unemployed graduates in South Africa and at the end of this year, new graduates will add to this number. I have identified amongst many 5 mistakes young people make regarding their careers, and they are the following: Check out my services: https://linktr.ee/Blackwomenintheworkplace Reach out to me at busisiwe.hlatswayo@bla…
 
The paradox of the empowering self-defining Strong-Black-Woman archetype and its negative impact on Black Women's mental health. Check out my services: https://linktr.ee/Blackwomenintheworkplace Reach out to me at busisiwe.hlatswayo@blackwomenintheworkplace.com Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2295871547186080/…
 
Why do Black women fail to prioritise their mental health? Check out my services: https://linktr.ee/Blackwomenintheworkplace Reach out to me at busisiwe.hlatswayo@blackwomenintheworkplace.com Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2295871547186080/
 
Being more accepting of ourselves, how people respond to us, the ups and downs of life. Check out my services: https://linktr.ee/Blackwomenintheworkplace Reach out to me at busisiwe.hlatswayo@blackwomenintheworkplace.com Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2295871547186080/
 
How do we work towards a place where we can work together and thrive. Check out my services: https://linktr.ee/Blackwomenintheworkplace Reach out to me at busisiwe.hlatswayo@blackwomenintheworkplace.com Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2295871547186080/
 
This is based on the book 'Corporate Tribalism' by Thomas Kochman and Jean Mavrelis who are diversity experts based in the US. This sheds some light on the challenges that are faced in implementing diversity programs at work. White men as holders of positions of power in the workplace are key in the achievement of employment equity and gender repre…
 
This is based on the book 'Corporate Tribalism' by Thomas Kochman and Jean Mavrelis who are diversity experts based in the US. This sheds some light on the challenges that are faced in implementing diversity programs at work. White men as holders of positions of power in the workplace are key in the achievement of employment equity and gender repre…
 
Respectability and the myth of meritocracy and how this impacts Black women in the workplace. Check out my services: https://linktr.ee/Blackwomenintheworkplace Reach out to me at busisiwe.hlatswayo@blackwomenintheworkplace.com Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2295871547186080/…
 
Check out my services: https://linktr.ee/Blackwomenintheworkplace Reach out to me at busisiwe.hlatswayo@blackwomenintheworkplace.com Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2295871547186080/
 
Check out my services: https://linktr.ee/Blackwomenintheworkplace Reach out to me at busisiwe.hlatswayo@blackwomenintheworkplace.com Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2295871547186080/
 
4 Obstacles That Are At The Heart of Success in The Workplace for Black Women. Check out my services: https://linktr.ee/Blackwomenintheworkplace Reach out to me at busisiwe.hlatswayo@blackwomenintheworkplace.com Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2295871547186080/
 
Not understanding your role and power as a manager might be detrimental to the mental health of your subordinates. Check out my services: https://linktr.ee/Blackwomenintheworkplace Reach out to me at busisiwe.hlatswayo@blackwomenintheworkplace.com Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2295871547186080/…
 
What you believe about what it means to be a woman is holding you back. Check out my services: https://linktr.ee/Blackwomenintheworkplace Reach out to me at busisiwe.hlatswayo@blackwomenintheworkplace.com Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2295871547186080/
 
5 things to do when you don’t see eye to eye with your boss. Check out my services: https://linktr.ee/Blackwomenintheworkplace Reach out to me at busisiwe.hlatswayo@blackwomenintheworkplace.com Or join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2295871547186080/
 
This video is about acknowledging that corporate often embodies a western culture and that we have to learn to navigate it as black women. Check out my services:https://linktr.ee/Blackwomenintheworkplace Reach out to me at busisiwe.hlatswayo@blackwomenintheworkplace.com Or Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2295871547186080/…
 
How our mind sabotages us while trying to protect us. Check out my services: https://linktr.ee/Blackwomenintheworkplace Reach out to me at busisiwe.hlatswayo@blackwomenintheworkplace.com Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2295871547186080/
 
How not accepting our past can make us feel ashamed of our ambitions. Check out my services: https://linktr.ee/Blackwomenintheworkplace Reach out to me at busisiwe.hlatswayo@blackwomenintheworkplace.com Or join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2295871547186080/
 
How a history of lack, struggle, and poverty affects how black women show up in the workplace. Check out my services: https://linktr.ee/Blackwomenintheworkplace Reach out to me at busisiwe.hlatswayo@blackwomenintheworkplace.com Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2295871547186080/…
 
How a history of lack, struggle, and poverty affects how black women show up in the workplace. Check Out All My Services: https://linktr.ee/Blackwomenintheworkplace Join The Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2295871547186080/?ref=bookmarks Work With Me Personally: Busisiwe.hlatswayo@blackwomenintheworkplace.com…
 
How our shared family trauma creates a psychological contract among family members. And how that impacts the fear of success. Check out my services: www.blackwomenintheworkplace Reach out to me at busisiwe.hlatswayo@blackwomenintheworkplace.com Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2295871547186080/…
 
How black women can sabotage their success out of loyalty to their people. Check out my services: www.blackwomenintheworkplace Reach out to me at busisiwe.hlatswayo@blackwomenintheworkplace.com Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2295871547186080/
 
How being "different" or black in white spaces often leads us to feelings of not good enough recently uploaded. Check out my services: www.blackwomenintheworkplace Reach out to me at busisiwe.hlatswayo@blackwomenintheworkplace.com Or join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2295871547186080/…
 
How to not internalize an unsuccessful interview as a rejection. Check out my services: www.blackwomenintheworkplace Reach out to me at busisiwe.hlatswayo@blackwomenintheworkplace.com Or Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2295871547186080/
 
Impostor syndrome, likability bias against women and childhood trauma. Check out my services: www.blackwomenintheworkplace Reach out to me at busisiwe.hlatswayo@blackwomenintheworkplace.com Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2295871547186080/
 
Tips on what to do when you feel disengaged from your job Check out my services: www.blackwomenintheworkplace Reach out to me at busisiwe.hlatswayo@blackwomenintheworkplace.com Or Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2295871547186080/
 
How good girls negotiate against themselves to anticipate and avoid rejection. Check out my services: www.blackwomenintheworkplace Reach out to me at busisiwe.hlatswayo@blackwomenintheworkplace.com Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2295871547186080/
 
Understanding the (White) male bias view of the world and how it impacts the advancement of black women in the workplace. The name of the book referred to in the video is titled "The Invisible Woman" by Caroline Perez Check my services: www.blackwomenintheworkplace Reach out to me at busisiwe.hlatswayo@blackwomenintheworkplace.com Join our Facebook…
 
White Fragility is a book written by Dr. Robin Diangelo and it talks about white people’s ignorance of and refusal to acknowledge racism. In this video, I’m talking about its effect on the invalidation of Black women’s experiences of racial oppression in the workplace. Check out my services: www.blackwomenintheworkplace Reach me: busisiwe.hlatswayo…
 
How perfectionism or the fear of making mistakes keep Black Women in the Workplace fearful of expanding to higher positions in the workplace. Check out my services : www.blackwomenintheworkplace Reach me : busisiwe.hlatswayo@blackwomenintheworkplace.com Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2295871547186080/…
 
Tackling the difficult topic of accepting that our mothers were toxic and that it affects how we give our power away in the workplace. Contact us from our website : www.blackwomenintheworkplace.com Join our Facebook group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/2295871547186080/
 
How to go about ensuring that your brand is congruent by deciding how you are going to dress for the workplace. Contact us from our website: www.blackwomenintheworkplace.com Join our Facebook group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/2295871547186080/
 
Join our Facebook page here https://www.facebook.com/groups/2295871547186080/?ref=bookmarks If you would like to find out how to with me www.blackwomenintheworkplace.com I am running an online Reimagine the Workplace for Black Women Online Program that starts on 26th January 2020, email me at Busisiwe.Hlatswayo@blackwomenintheworkplace.com…
 
Join our Facebook page here https://www.facebook.com/groups/2295871547186080/?ref=bookmarks Email me on busisiwe.hlatswayo@blackwomenintheworkplace.com if you would like to find out how to work with me. Visit us at : www.blackwomenintheworkplace.com
 
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