The guide to getting hired, being promoted, and thriving professionally for the 40 million people of color in the workplace—from the CEO and cofounder of Jopwell, the leading career advancement platform for Black, Latinx, and Native American students and professionals.
Let Them See You is a collection of Braswell’s straight-talking advice and mentorship for diverse careerists, from college students to mid-level professionals. It’s also an invitation for diversity champions to listen in on the guidance and perspective Braswell provides, particularly for young diverse workers—the population that will make up the majority of the US workforce by 2030. In Let Them See You, Braswell briefly chronicles how the majority-culture workplace evolved and why it’s a business imperative to have a more diverse workforce, and then explains how you can:
· overcome not-so-invisible obstacles
· create perceived value
· get recognition
· be true to yourself at work
· build a personal brand
· harness fear of failure
· embrace uncomfortable conversations, and
· drive diversity and inclusion, whether you’re entry-level or in management
In essence, Braswell delivers all the context, tactics, and language you need to let them see you.
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