There is a larger issue...is that our collective narrative, as African Americans, suffers when we get so deep in our feelings that we chose to scorch the earth rather than exercise emotional intelligence.
As a talent acquisition professional with a background in public relations, I’m a personal branding enthusiast. The thing is I see more in personal branding than firm handshakes, cool social media profiles and a powerful public presence.
So, what does that mean for people who do have the language? They are the most likely to persuade others. In our tense social climate, it is extraordinarily important for people to be able to relay their thoughts and feelings in a reasonable, logical, compelling manner...
By investing in your transferable skills, you make yourself more marketable in the workforce. According to the World Economic Forum, a survey found that “miscommunication” costs U.S. organizations with up to 100 staff an average of $420,000 per year.