I’m Not Yelling: A Black Woman’s Guide to Navigating the Workplace (Successful Black Business Women)
Strategies to Help Blackwomen Succeed in the Corporate Workplace Culture
"What a gift to Black women in the workplace!…For those committed to challenging stereotypes and enhancing workplace inclusion, this book is a must-read." —Dana Brownlee, Forbes Careers senior contributor
#1 Best Seller in Women & Business and Business Etiquette
I'm Not Yelling is a strategy guide empowering Black businesswomen to combat workplace discrimination, redefine workplace culture, and find their voices in toxic work environments.
Navigate corporate America fearlessly. Explore the data and hear the accounts of Black women in business who face, work through, and rise above workplace discrimination. This book offers a blueprint for Black women in business to tackle a toxic work environment and assert their rightful place. Facing obstacles such as imposter syndrome and structural racism, I'm Not Yelling arms you with the knowledge and strategy needed to succeed in the face of adversity.
Become a strong Black leader and instill positive change in the workplace culture. I'm Not Yelling is your guide to understanding and implementing changes in human resource management that promote diversity and inclusion. Celebrate the significance of Black History Month, define racism in its subtle and overt forms, and emerge as a beacon of strength and resilience.
- Proven strategies to navigate a toxic work environment, enhancing your professional resilience
- Insightful perspectives on black feminism and its role in shaping successful black businesswomen
- Effective techniques for influencing human resource management, fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace culture
- Empowering narratives on overcoming workplace discrimination
If you have read books like Black Women Will Save the World, We Should All Be Millionaires, The Light We Carry, White Women, or Your Next Level Life, then you’ll love I'm Not Yelling: A Black Woman’s Guide to Navigating the Workplace.
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