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The Little Black Book of Success

The Little Black Book of Success Author Elaine Meryl Brown
ISBN-10 9780345518484
Release 2010
Pages 139
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Three high-powered African-American women executives counsel black graduates and businesswomen on the leadership principles and skills that have enabled their successes, covering topics ranging from respect to networking.



The Little Black Book of Success

The Little Black Book of Success Author Elaine Meryl Brown
ISBN-10 9780345518507
Release 2010-03-02
Pages 176
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In this engaging and invaluable “mentor in your pocket,” three dynamic and successful black female executives share their strategies to help all black women, at any level of their careers, play the power game—and win. Rich with wisdom, this practical gem focuses on the building blocks of true leadership—self-confidence, effective communication, collaboration, and courage—while dealing specifically with stereotypes (avoid the Mammy Trap, and don’t become the Angry Black Woman) and the perils of self-victimization (don’t assume that every challenge occurs because you are black or female). Some leaders are born, but most leaders are made—and The Little Black Book of Success will show you how to make it to the top, one step at a time. From the Hardcover edition.



The Little Black Book of Success

The Little Black Book of Success Author Elaine Meryl Brown
ISBN-10 0345518489
Release 2010
Pages 139
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Three high-powered African-American women executives counsel black graduates and businesswomen on the leadership principles and skills that have enabled their successes, covering topics ranging from respect to networking.



Black Faces in White Places

Black Faces in White Places Author Randal Pinkett
ISBN-10 9780814416808
Release 2011
Pages 266
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The first African-American winner of The Apprentice explains how black professionals can bust through racial barriers in order to climb the corporate ladder and reach their full potential.



Black Life in Corporate America

Black Life in Corporate America Author George Davis
ISBN-10 9781623099473
Release 2012-09-17
Pages 228
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When it was published in 1982, Business Week called it a book "packed with insights that might otherwise remain hidden for years." The New York Times Book Review called it: "A thoroughly readable book of immediate interest to average readers as well as specialists in business administration, psychology and social and cultural history." Black Life in Corporate America became an immediate bestseller and was one of the most widely reviewed books of the year. The authors were asked by almost every graduate business school in the nation to create and teach a course based on the book’s insights. They taught their course for two terms at the Yale School of Organization and Management, making it the first course in the nation in multicultural management.



Whatever Happened to Daddy s Little Girl

Whatever Happened to Daddy s Little Girl Author Jonetta Rose Barras
ISBN-10 9780345434838
Release 2002-01
Pages 276
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The acclaimed columnist and author of The Last of the Black Emperors shares the rage, depression, abuse, and addictions experienced by African-American women abandoned by their fathers. Reprint.



Successful Women Think Differently

Successful Women Think Differently Author Valorie Burton
ISBN-10 0736942688
Release 2012-02-01
Pages 208
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Popular author and professional certified coach Valorie Burton knows that successful women think differently. They make decisions differently. They set goals differently and bounce back from failure differently. Valorie is dedicated to help women create new thought processes that empower them to succeed in their relationships, finances, work, health, and spiritual life. With new, godly habits, women will discover how to: focus on solutions, not problems choose courage over fear nurture intentional relationships take consistent action in the direction of their dreams build the muscle of self-control In this powerful and practical guide, Valorie provides a woman with insight into who she really is and gives her the tools, knowledge, and understanding to succeed.



Dear Beautiful

Dear Beautiful Author Gail L Thompson Ph D
ISBN-10 1544036027
Release 2018-01-05
Pages 200
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From childhood onward, Black women are assaulted with negative messages about their appearance, personalities, behavior, and self-worth. Dear Beautiful! provides empowering journaling exercises, Art Therapy, Daily Affirmations, life lessons, stories, and strategies to enable Black and non-Black women to develop a "Roadmap to Success," so that they can live their best lives. Dr. Gail L. Thompson, a critically- acclaimed and award-nominated author, Equity and Professional Development Expert, motivational speaker, and former Endowed Professor, seeks to empower others through her work.



Black Women in Leadership

Black Women in Leadership Author Dannielle Joy Davis
ISBN-10 1433116529
Release 2013
Pages 237
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Black Women in Leadership: Their Historical and Contemporary Contributions explores the leadership experiences of Black women within macro level (such as education, industry, and social services) and micro level (such as family and individual churches) contexts. The interdisciplinary work examines leadership practices, highlighting the historical and current triumphs and barriers of Black women in these roles. Black Women in Leadership further offers success strategies underlying Black women's leadership. With few exceptions (namely, Rosa Parks, Fannie Lou Hamer, Shirley Chisholm, Dorothy Height, Daisy Bates, and Angela Davis), the accomplishments of Black female leaders have historically been ignored, minimized, or primarily linked to those of prominent Black men. Black Women in Leadership centers upon elucidating factors motivating Black women to create their own identities and become leaders in their own right.



The Sisters Are Alright

The Sisters Are Alright Author Tamara Winfrey Harris
ISBN-10 9781626563537
Release 2015-07-07
Pages 168
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GOLD MEDALIST OF FOREWORD REVIEWS' 2015 INDIEFAB AWARDS IN WOMEN'S STUDIES What's wrong with black women? Not a damned thing! The Sisters Are Alright exposes anti–black-woman propaganda and shows how real black women are pushing back against distorted cartoon versions of themselves. When African women arrived on American shores, the three-headed hydra—servile Mammy, angry Sapphire, and lascivious Jezebel—followed close behind. In the '60s, the Matriarch, the willfully unmarried baby machine leeching off the state, joined them. These stereotypes persist to this day through newspaper headlines, Sunday sermons, social media memes, cable punditry, government policies, and hit song lyrics. Emancipation may have happened more than 150 years ago, but America still won't let a sister be free from this coven of caricatures. Tamara Winfrey Harris delves into marriage, motherhood, health, sexuality, beauty, and more, taking sharp aim at pervasive stereotypes about black women. She counters warped prejudices with the straight-up truth about being a black woman in America. “We have facets like diamonds,” she writes. “The trouble is the people who refuse to see us sparkling.”



Work It Girl

Work It  Girl Author Lorraine Morris Cole
ISBN-10 1600430236
Release 2007-09
Pages 203
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"Featuring advice and insight from "Women who work It!" including Maria Dowd (Founder of African American Women on Tour); Valorie Burton (Life Coach, Author & Entrepreneur); Crystal McCrary Anthony (Television Host, Author, & Attorney); Monica Kaufman Pearson (Television Anchor): Kimberla Lawson Roby (Bestselling Author); Lisa Price (CEO & Founder of Carol's Daughter Inc.); Michele Jones (Command Sergeant Major - U.S. Army Reserve); and Janie Victoria Ward (Professor & Author) and with a forword by Claire McIntosh (Editor) ... Back cover.



Sister Ceo

Sister Ceo Author Cheryl D. Broussard
ISBN-10 1440673861
Release 1998-01-01
Pages 288
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In this idea-packed, can-do handbook on entrepreneurship, successfully self-employed businesswoman Cheryl Broussard shows you how to take control of your destiny by taking control of your work. Sister CEO arms the would-be entrepreneur with all the basics—from finding the right niche and overcoming emotional barriers to raising start-up funds, handling publicity, and learning salesmanship. You'll find profiles of other African American women who've succeeded on their own terms, and scores of ideas for services and products that can be made or marketed out of the home. With your existing knowledge, a strategic plan, commitment, confidence, and above all, action, you can claim for yourself the job title "Sister CEO." Upscale magazine declared Broussard's bestselling first book, The Black Woman's Guide to Financial Independence, "A must-read for anyone who wants to develop an economic base and for anyone who understands that knowledge in action is the ultimate form of power." Sister CEO is an equally essential guide.



50 Billion Dollar Boss

50 Billion Dollar Boss Author Kathey Porter
ISBN-10 9781137475022
Release 2016-01-26
Pages 178
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This book looks at several successful African American women and chronicles their success, obstacles, challenges, and lessons learned. The authors have first person access to each of these women and break down their stories to help other aspiring entrepreneurs achieve their dreams of starting or owning their own business.



Double Outsiders

Double Outsiders Author Jessica Faye Carter
ISBN-10 1593573863
Release 2007
Pages 278
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Double Outsiders examines the most important issues facing professional women of color (including black, Asian and South Asian, Latina, Middle Eastern, Native American, and multi-ethnic women) today. It clarifies the challenges they face and debunks myths and fallacies about them in corporate environments. It also provides those seeking to learn more about corporate women of color with these women's unique perspectives, their personal stories, insight into their experiences and cultures, and an understanding of their achievements. Double Outsiders analyzes critical success factors for professional women of color, provides resources, and offers potential solutions to challenges they face in corporate America. In addition, it provides companies with insight into one of their fastest-growing employee demographics and helps them learn key strategies for their recruitment and retention. The first book of its kind, Double Outsiders imparts valuable insights on everything from bypassing career derailers and understanding corporate cultures, to developing relationships with mentors and handling the fast track. It illuminates the experiences of women of color who have reached corporate management and how they have juggled different cultures in the workplace and at home.



Cracking the Corporate Code

Cracking the Corporate Code Author Price M. Cobbs
ISBN-10 0814407714
Release 2003
Pages 287
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Examines the lives and careers of thirty-two African Americans who have risen through the ranks of American businesses to positions of power, recounting their career trajectories, motivations, support systems, and strategies.



Black Woman Just Get Your Hair Wet

Black Woman  Just Get Your Hair Wet Author Angela Brister
ISBN-10 1981777075
Release 2018-03-02
Pages 146
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When's the last time you got your hair wet? Not while in the shower or at a beauty salon. I'm not even talking about the last time you went swimming. What I'm referring to is a metaphor for life. A metaphor for all those things we don't do because it's just one of those things Black Woman don't do. Like getting help for depression. Because of the self-imposed limitations, I put on myself as a Black Woman, I had to learn some life lessons the hard way and more importantly delayed my potential. That's why I wrote this book. Whether you struggle with your self-image, faith, finances, branding or relationships (and who hasn't struggled with those at some point?!), I'm hoping that this book will show you where you may have been "scared to get your hair wet" in the sense of stepping out, diving in and reaching your divine potential. It is a self-discovery guide to unlearn old habits, break down barriers and acknowledge the powerful influence you have on others for today's black women. So, take out a weekend. Read a couple of chapters. Look within and challenge yourself with the journal that I've enclosed and let's all GET OUR HAIR WET-for our sake, our daughters and also to help other sistahs do the same!



Black Girls Don t Cry

Black Girls Don t Cry Author Angelica Leigh
ISBN-10 1478339128
Release 2012-09-01
Pages 100
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Black Girls Don't Cry uncovers "issues" with which many women struggle, but are too afraid to share. It provides scriptural solutions to life altering problems such as low self-esteem, abuse, and depression. Black Girls Don't Cry frees us from the bondage of regrets, encourages us to drop the baggage from our past, and moves us forward towards a renewed strength in Christ.