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Nat Alston: Working While Black: Navigating Your Career a White World of Work

Nat Alston: Working While Black: Navigating Your Career a White World of Work

Update: 2018-07-09
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Nathaniel “Nat” Alston has a successful track record of success by handling subtle but offensive comments, actions and stereotypes that keep us from achieving executive levels. Our conversation is filled with practical suggestions for black Americans to develop mental awareness, a psychological game plan, and an increased level of business savvy in order to negotiate the minefield of the white work world. Listen to get at least 4 things you can do to do to stay on career track. Included are commonsense scenarios and real-life solutions that will help every marginalized person handle gutless bosses, overbearing and hateful colleagues or being the only minority or women in an all-white workplace. Got questions, contact me at info1@rllessons com If you like what you’ve heard, share it. If not, comment below and share.
Closing the Gap with Denise Cooper share the life stories from ordinary people who realize success is achieve because of your conviction, belief and approach in other words your mindset. Each has learned how to become a skilled agent for positive change and thrive in the midst of chaos. Join us as my guests share how they use 4 principles of success – context, choices, bridging perspectives and mastering relationships - to disrupt the status quo and thrive during the chaos of change.
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Nat Alston: Working While Black: Navigating Your Career a White World of Work

Nat Alston: Working While Black: Navigating Your Career a White World of Work

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