We hold positions from entry-level to the C-suite, but does our style of engagement help or hinder? ESSENCE's Black Women At Work study explores our modes of communication and their impact on our climb up the ladder.
Shattering glass ceilings and building empires are all in a day's work for these intrepid women, whose gutsy moves in 2014 made us sit up and take notice.
Remember their names, because they're on the fast track to garnering a spot on our list.
Daisy Lewellyn, author of Never Pay Retail Again knows that dressing the part can make you more valuable at work. Here are four tips from the Queen of Chic that will help you move up the corporate ladder a little quicker.
“Recruiters are using social media, and so should you,” says Social Media strategist Miriam Salpeter.
The Write or Die Chick on simple things that you can do to give off the right business body language.
These powerful tips will help you get in the game, play at the edge and score big in your career.
Entrepreneurs Cheryl Wood and Rosetta Thurman share tips on how you can become a masterful relationship-builder.
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