Taking Care of Her Business Video Series
These are the interviews where I sat with black women in business – creating and managing their career paths.
Doing this series, has been a great opportunity to hear from the women like us – black women working to create better lives for themselves and their future
Black women have been ‘hidden’ for too long in the Western world. Whether it’s having our achievements overlooked, being side-lined at work or white society treating us ‘like we don’t exist’, “Taking Care of Her Business” is a look at black women like you and me who don’t deserve to be hidden.
A huge thank you to the women who took the time to be interviewed – Emotional Intelligence Coach, Flo Awolaja – Creative Entrepreneur, Dianne Greyson – HR Mediation Consultant – I really appreciate their help and support.
Scroll down to watch the videos below:
Dianne Greyson – Director of Equilibrium Mediation Consulting.
Her passion for working with people has been a constant throughout Dianne’s career. Starting out in HR and recruitment, while studying gave her the experience to start her HR Consultancy and Mediation business. Dianne talks about something a lot of us have been through – “being the only black person in the department” and this “must not be the norm”.
With a strong passion for Equality and Diversity, she talks about why Diversity is more than just a word and why we must be included in the conversation. Watch her interview clips below:
Flo Awolaja – Creative Entrepreneur and Graphic Designer and creative entrepreneur
Watch Flo talk about her transition from Graphic Designer to small business owner. She’s done a lot of juggling – being a mother, working full-time and keeping her ‘side-hustle’ going.
While she’s kept her creative spirit and talents alive, Flo talks about why it’s important to “build your confidence and grow into yourself” to create and build your business. Watch her interview clips below:
Jacqueline A.Hinds – Emotional Intelligence Coach and Leadership Coach MA (HRD) CEIC MCIPD
After building a sold career path in IT and training, Jacqueline went on to create her own business as an Emotional Intelligence Coach. During the interview she talks about the “importance of being able to forgive before moving forward” and knowing “when your aspirations are waiting for you”.
Us women know what it’s like to sometimes feel like we’re not good enough. Jacqueline also has a few tips to help you remember “that you are good enough!”. Watch her interview clips below:
Want to watch the full length interviews? Visit the full interviews page to see them all.
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