(New) [Let Them See You] BY Porter Braswell

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Download Ù Let Them See You 109 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 managementIn essence Braswell delivers all the context tactics and language you need to let them see y. Please note that my reviews aren t really review they are like my cliff notes that I take while reading booksDiversity it s not about lawsuits and being pc it s about better financial performancePOC People of ColorIn the next dozen years POC will be the majority Now s the time to attract them as both employees and consumersIn the early years all diversity training focused on compliance and people either were upset about forced integration at the possible cost of performance or got just a cursory over view in order for companies to be deemed compliant Today millennials consider culture inclusion and diversity important when choosing where to work and where to spend their dollars There s a 10% increase in revenue for each POC added to the C SuiteStay focused Change won t come uickly or easily There will be bumps along the wayThe values that helped propel Earvin Magic Johnson into the HOF are applicable in the business world too discipline hard work adaptability confidence competitiveness and teamworkUnderstanding and exceeding expectations What s my job Why does my role exist How does my manager judge me this is key Where can I add value beyond my day to day responsibilitiesBuild a successful relationship with your manager Open and freuent communication talk about wins and challenges you re meeting Ask for help Accountability do what you say and own up to mistakes Visible Investment join cross functional teams attend group events etc Mutual Trust Collaborate and Solicit Feedback accept it openly don t be defensive Act on itDon t assume that a POC is going to speak for all people of their raceCreate a personal brand and be aware that you need to be consistent at home and workThis goes hand in hand with defining your core values and letting them guide youBecome and remain your authentic self If you tone it down at work you are not being your true self and in turn your company won t get your best work Your uniue thoughts feelings and experiences are what make you who you are and help provide a different and important perspectiveOften the majority doesn t understand or share your perspective This again is an opportunity for both of you to learn and growBeware of explicit and implicit bias implicit bias assumptions we make based on stereotypes and may not even be aware of it ex assuming they like basketball or spicy food explicit is when you knowingly have bias

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Download Ù Let Them See You 109 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. My interested was piued by the title and the cover on how one could leverage diversity at work And as it now Black History Month in the US it seemed fitting to begin the month with a book by author Braswell who is the CEO of Jopwell an organization dedicated to helping Black Latinx and Native students and professionals I was curious to see what he had to sayUnfortunately the book wasn t really what I was looking for I had been hoping for uniue insights but a lot of what he talks about are familiar tips creating a personal brand understanding some of the dynamics that are in play finding a mentor etc I had read many career development books right after college and so it just didn t seem like there was much that was a revelationGranted there were some tips that were helpful such as understanding what factors might be playing if you re not being recognized at work despite the good and hard work you re doing But overall a lot of it seemed really familiar and some I wasn t sure about for example the author discusses how you shouldn t talk about politics at work But what politics is can differ from person to person and the advice is to not make a fussIt s understandable advice but also ignores there are situations where discussing politics is necessary in places like government jobs or political campaigns And that this doesn t cover what to do if what s being said is genuinely harmful towards the listener or another party I do understand where and why the author wrote this but I am really not sure if I agree and that this is something that can t really be put down in a book It seems like that s going against the title or only letting people see you in a way that makes them comfortable I wouldn t advocate for going out and talking about super controversial or uncomfortable topics or engaging on them at work but this section gave me pauseIt might be a good book for someone entering the workforce or someone who s been away for awhile but overall I don t think I d recommend this one unless there s something specific a reader seeks Lawrence d'Arabie promoted and thriving Le monde méditerranéen, 15.000 ans d'histoire eBook: Alain BLONDY: Amazon.fr: Amazon Media EUS.à r.l. professionally for the 40 million La Tragédie de l'islam moderne people of color in the workplace from the CEO and cofounder of Jopwell the leading career advancement L'Islam expliqué en images platform for Black Latinx and Native American students and Les grandes figures de l'islam professionals Let Them See You is a collection of Braswell's straight talking advice and mentorship for diverse careerists from college students. 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Download Ù Let Them See You 109 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 diverse. This book got into my hands by accident and OMG what an absolute treat Wish I came across of it when I started my professional journey Notes 1 have catch up messages with your manager Meeting with a maneuver freuent communication 2hrs 1 A Win last week 2 Problem and accoutre your experiences how you solved it 3 A challenge you need a guidance on 4 Reuest a feedback from your manager on your performance 5 Sent email recapturing discussion 2 Building accountability on projects Ask yourself how long will it take to complete the project in the context of other work Do you know where to get the information I need to complete this task do I know where to get this information to compete this task Whole to ask How sure am I that they will get back on time 3 Show investing in the team by communicating with team members getting involve into projects watch you default mode by clocking out not talking engaging having headphones Balance focus of your own work and the team4 Identify who can guide you in your career talk about your background how you like working there elevator speech calendar meeting Lessons he learned Be present listen Be humble value of empathy Be honest what you need to hear not what you want to hear Find a right mentor develop and advocate on your behalf collaborate on the projects Define first what do you want to get out of the relationship where you want to be in 5 years build relationship with people who already there Have clear objectives will help elevator speech who you are where you want to go why they are suited tell them you are aware about their schedule5 Make a performance plan Identify what you would like to achieve this year eg raise Chang a role promotion This objective has to be beneficial for you and organisation in measurable way Determine the steps to make this objectives to be of the reality and what small objectives you need to have to achieve this Eg if you want a promotion what do you need to do Create a short list of tasks you need in order to perform Eg learning new skill Real progress Set deadlines keep it realistic Long term goal should be achievable within small steps 5 step rule Smart goal what is my long term goal how does this help me as a professional how does this add value to my employer what short term goals I need to accomplish to make this happen What will I do to make my long goal happen in the short goal concept What will be my due date Measure progress every week Keep yourself accountable Share a plan with a manger what are the most reassuring way to achieve it 6 Highlight achievements early and often Be recognized be prepare the work you done for coercive you gain value you done Keep the record of what you do any special training other education especially outside working hours expertise seek from other teams stayed working late Process skills developed value added 7 Validate first Does my work merit recognition8 uery feedback Keep a track what you do how it ads value to the organisation 9 Stay true to authentic self 1 First know what that is for you use Mayers test for example to help you identify key personalitycharacteristics that you want for people to associate with your brand 2 Build you brand 3 Be mindful work on developing self validation eg be mindful and present if something annoys you ask yourself why does this make make feel this way about my work 4 Stay true to yourself Ask yourself WHY self judgment holds you back from being who you are at work Set professional boundaries sharing about hobbies engaging at the events outside work capable of being vulnerable uncomfortable giving feedback can receive constructive feedback willing to work weekends to meet the companies goals Ask why you don t share those10 How to talk about politics in work Know what is acceptable or not Use Socratic method seeking to understand than to argue Learn what is true and what is not Why do you think I asked this uestion 11 implicit bias12 Be the lead for changetake initiative be aware of implicit bias you will be noticed and observed in the office use to your advantage volunteer on projects and extra curriculums when you are being discriminated for your differences address appropriately13 Where can you add value outside your daily routine by truly understand the needs of your business And how over driver without sacrificing performance Bring it with your manager like to be make sure that my work has a maximum impact on the business overall goal what I can do in addition to my responsibilities


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  • Hardcover
  • 224
  • Let Them See You
  • Porter Braswell
  • en
  • 26 April 2020
  • 9780399581403