Meet Danielle Miller, reality TV star of "Basketball Wives: Orlando". We speak with her about the reality of a drama-filled workplace, personal vulnerability and how perceptions aren't always truth.
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The founder of The Price Dynamic shares her expertise on how to parent successfully while a part and thrive in your career.
Check out our story on co-parenting and its impact on job performance!
Co-parenting affects all facets of life, including career performance. What can you do when your co-parenting relationship is causing issues at work?Read More
Black women are being recruited to boards for their leadership and experience, and experts agree on the importance of Black women’s influence on boards all over the world.Read More
Dr. N’Dea Irvin Choi shares four options for winter fun to help decompress from work and get us thinking about retirement. From beautiful beaches to brisk weather escapes, there is a little something for everyone.Read More
Black women’s health including workplace trauma can present differently in Black women and it may be difficult to see the signs that help is needed. We speak with Black mental health experts about signs and symptoms that our mental health may need some TLC.Read More
The hard truth is Black women earn less than white men in every state and won’t nationally reach pay equity with white men until 2144. Ariane Hegewisch for the Institute for Women’s Policy Research writes that Black women were paid 63.7 cents for every dollar earned by white men nationwide. This wage disparity costs Black women about $1,891 per month, $22,692 per year and $907,680 over a 40-year career.Read More
We want to look our best even when we aren’t feeling it, so Tamiko White gives us fabulous no-think fashion basics for the workplace. If you want to draw others’ eyes away from your side eye or make someone smile, focus on choosing a fabulous accessory. “Accessories make people happy,” she says. “I love a great blouse, but there’s something about a beautiful necklace or a stunning pair of earrings.” Choosing an accessory that makes you feel good about yourself or has sentimental value can give your confidence a boost.
While traditional jewelry, such as earrings, necklaces and bracelets, may be the first items that come to mind when you think about accessories, shoes, glasses, nails, hair, eyelashes, eyebrows, ankle bracelets and even a handkerchief on a handbag are a part of this group. Even though it may seem that everyone wears the same hair, nail polish and carries the same bags, don’t fret because no one will wear it like you. “How you wear your accessories is very telling for people because ten women can have the same bag, but if they rock it differently, it’s unique,” she says. “It’s all about color, layers and personalization.”Read More
Chronic phycological stress can lead to trauma and effect Black women’s health in the body, hair and skin. In the workplace, Black women report higher levels of psychological stress than their counterparts. We examine how stress shows up in Black women’s bodies.Read More
The relationship between Black women and white women has been riddled with conflict from slavery to present day. The rise in public Karen incidents has prompted Black women to speak out about how this behavior shows up at work – creating hostile work environments, stifled careers and trauma.Read More
Vibrant colors and bold prints are ways we can communicate our personalities. But what do our color choices say about us, and how can we use color to our advantage? experts agree that Blue conveys trustworthiness, reliability, honesty and loyalty. If you are having a tough time at work, feeling harassed or overwhelmed, shades of blue are solid choices. “Deeper blues bring down blood pressure and heart rate,” says Lewis. “All they’re going to know is that they feel more trusting and calmer when they are around you.”
It is also a smart color to wear if you are looking to get hired or promoted.