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How to Advocate for Yourself Without Sacrificing Your Energy

Scott Sinclair on February 24, 2023

Ariane Hunter, a speaker, author and career equity expert, wrote a piece last month on LinkedIn that we think offers valuable insight on communicating your own needs in the workplace.. She asks the question: What is self-advocacy and why do so many of us as Black women struggle to effectively communicate our needs at work?

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Managing Long Term Stress Webinar Recap

Scott Sinclair on January 31, 2023

We kicked off our 2023 Balancing Work and Cancer webinar series last week with a session on Managing Long Term Stress. Julie Larson, LCSW walked us through a detailed presentation including the causes of stress and techniques to alleviate and avoid stress from getting in the way of critical responsibilities in both personal and professional lives.

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An Introduction to One-Way Video Interviews

Brian Morvant on August 4, 2022

A one-way interview typically takes place online, without an employer present, through an automated web-platform that will prompt you with a series of questions and then give you a limited amount of time to record a response over video. Here are a few tips for how to prepare and make the most of your time.

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Holding Space for Your Emotions at Work

Rachel Becker, LMSW on January 31, 2022

To be human is to have emotions — no matter who you are. That said, for better or for worse, not all emotions are experienced equally in work settings. Fortunately, as discussed in a recent article in the Harvard Business Review, there are steps that can be taken to reframe how we think about crying at work and to move forward if/when it happens.

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