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MYCDS Career Management

MYCDS Career Management

Managing Your Career Diversity Style (myCDS) is a succession management & career coaching program designed to meet the needs of the diverse leader.  Coaching is no longer reserved for executives, it is utilized at all levels in a corporations, small businesses, and career endeavors Coaching is no longer for just organizational... Read More »

Footprints in the snow

Footprints in the snow

We have all witnessed a most terrible winter and it is not over. Looking outside the other day, I could see the footprints of various animals walking into the wooded area behind my house.  Footprints in the snow. Later that same day, I heard a news report about a town that had a series of car break-ins (not my neighborhood).  The... Read More »

Managing your playoffs

Managing your playoffs

One of the key points in my life has always been the end of the year.  The week between Christmas and New York is all down time.  Time for renewal!  Time for reflection!   This time is spent reviewing the past year.  Did I meet the goals that I had set?  If not why not? Meanwhile before I start this process, I pretty much... Read More »

We interrupt this programming…

We interrupt this programming…

Hello readers of MyCDS, we are interrupting your January MyCDS to bring you an important message. Thank you for sharing Managing Your Career Diversity Style with your network. It was a great year in 2010 and now we are asking for your help in 2011. Our desire is that this site and particularly MyCDS meets your needs. So, tell us... Read More »

Are you suffering from Careeritis?

Are you suffering from Careeritis?

You better be ready for it!!!! When my son was small, that was the phrase that we would use to anticipate things. Whenever he heard me use it, he instinctively knew something was up. You better be ready for it meant anticipating gifts or something new..  Whenever there was something coming up, we as a family would repeat that phrase... Read More »

Housewives of Atlanta and your Career

Housewives of Atlanta and your Career

I had a friend tell me the other day, “You know I am addicted to Housewives of Atlanta.” I could not comment because I have never seen the program. I also noticed over the past week all the comments about Will Smith’s daughter and the hair thing. Again, could not comment because I have never seen it. Neither of these were in... Read More »

That’s the way we roll!

That’s the way we roll!

That phrase while not a favorite of mine is often used by a friend of mines husband.  She hates it too. Well yours truly did reflect on that saying this past week. This past week NAMIC Annual conference (National Association for Multi-Ethnicity in Communications) was held in New York.  The Saturday before the event, I was on both... Read More »

New JEC Report Highlights Economic Progress Made By Women in Past 25 Years.

New JEC Report Highlights Economic Progress Made By Women in Past 25 Years.

On August 26, 2010, Americans will celebrate the 90th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendment, which granted women the right to vote and led to their increased participation in our political system. Over the last quarter century, women have become a powerful political force, both as voters and as elected leaders. Data... Read More »

Good Morning—where is your career?

To everyone it is “good morning”, a hearty laugh and pleasantries all around. Amazingly, it is six in the morning and this is my daily commute into New York. The greeter to all of us is none other than Mr. Phillips who drives the bus and makes about 5/6 round trips per day. This man has the most amazing personality. He thinks... Read More »

Networking: The Old Fashion Way

Networking: The Old Fashion Way

One of the advantages of living or working in New York is the availability or exposure to so many events. I thought about this on last week as I attended the launch party for Caribbean One magazine. What made this special is that I took my daughter, Lauren as my guest. Over the years I have always taken my son Sean, but she just... Read More »

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