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3 Simple Steps to Your Next Business Level

2.16.2019

There’s always a higher level of achievement regardless of who you are and what you’ve done so far. Even the best of us tend to settle into our comfort zones not knowing that pride and fear are the ultimate enemies of our full potential. Imagine being able to conceive and achieve on demand … #1 […]
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Educate Yourself for Free

2.8.2019

Every day we are seeing changes in the nature of work, the labor force, and professional development options. The growth of technology has allowed for many innovations including the diversification of education opportunities available online. The greatest part of this progress is that you are no longer limited to learning based on an academic curriculum […]
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Recognizing the Mask You Wear: Breaking Free from the Chains of Double Consciousness

10.29.2018

Image by Maciek Wisniewski Oscar Wilde, the Irish dramatist, once said, “Man is least himself when he talks in his own person. Give him a mask, and he will tell you the truth.” Occupying a minority status in any society, at any time in human civilization, has always required wearing a proverbial mask to ensure […]

Leadership Spotlight on Genevieve Michel-Bryan

10.23.2017

Leadership Spotlight

Each week the NAAHP highlights individuals who are making a difference in their communities as well as the business world. Genevieve Michel-Bryan is the VP/Broadcast Director at BLACK ENTERPRISE. In this role, she has executive oversight of content and the production of the company’s two television programs: Black Enterprise Business Report and Our World with […]

Corinne J.S Symietz

5.8.2014

Leadership Spotlight

Corinne grew up in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, where she attended the Institution du Sacré-Cœur (ISC) from 1st to 13th grade. After her High-School graduation in June 2002, she moved to New-Orleans Louisiana, where she completed her first two years of college. Since she was seeking a more challenging and rigorous engineering program from a top-tier university, […]

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