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Howard University introduces new executive diversity coaching program

The Howard University School of Business has launched its new Executive Certification in Diversity Coaching program. The mission is to offer a high-value, industry-leading program that disrupts how executive coaching is presented, embraced, practiced and executed. Program participants will receive

Barbara J. Barnes

Barbara Barnes shares startup tips for real estate investors

Millennials today are making their mark in the marketplace. Barbara J. Barnes is living proof that success for a single, African American mom of two daughters in a highly competitive industry is not an impossibility. At age 24, an extremely

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Married CEOs share benefits of building multiple streams of income

Nearly 8 out of 10 American workers say they live paycheck to paycheck to make ends meet, according to a CBS News report. Additional concerns include job security, savings, retirement and pension plans. Since the days of “job security” that previous generations

Monique Rodriquez

Monique Rodriquez celebrates influential women with style and substance

To summarize the entire experience in two words: undeniably unforgettable. On Friday, Aug. 24, high-achieving, high-impacting influencers galvanized from around the country to converge on the rooftop terrace of the magnificent Marriott Marquis in Washington, DC. Monique Rodriquez, CEO and founder

Creating a coaching culture can change employee engagement

Cultivating a culture of coaching within an organization is quickly becoming the newest trend in managing employee engagement — and for good reason. Equipping managers and leaders with coaching skills can radically improve working relationships that are critical to building

Antar Muhammad discusses servant leadership essentials

“Don’t allow your head to take you, where your heart should be leading you.” –Antar Muhammad, author of HeartCore From the genesis of time, leadership has been defined, interpreted, modeled and executed in great multiplicity and by varying methods. Many

Constance Carter

Constance Carter shares wealth-building strategies for Blacks

In a highly complex world where uncertainty, unrest and volatility are evident all around us, we must continue to think differently, plan smartly, execute strategically, and reap consistently. Many are continuing to shatter the statistic and proverbial stereotype that we’re

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