If anyone would have said, “Ask Yolanda, she’s a “natural-born” leader.”Well, never mind. That would never happen. I always did my best to maintain a low profile by ducking out of the way when a search for leadership was underway. From kindergarten to adulthood, I tried my best to hide.
As a proud member of Generation X, this article seemed timely and profound. For current and aspiring leaders who want to flourish and thrive, this article offers insight into how people work together. In this recent article, there are ways that leaders and others can be effective in reaching out to others. It seems like this […]
When someone told me back in the summer of 2014 that one day my little FAB Friday event would grow into a business that impacts hundreds of women and I would be the leader, I said “No way!” Yet, here we are three years later and my little FAB Friday event has evolved into a […]
Local and national coverage featured a story about the first statue in Richmond, Virginia honoring Maggie Walker. Locally she is know for her contributions as an entrepreneur, teacher, advocate, newspaper publisher, bank owner, and mother. But, the truth is this: Maggie Walker is a leadership icon before her time and with a legacy that goes […]
Every year during the month of February, we celebrate president’s day and black history month. What remains fascinating is the opportunity to always glean new lessons from the past. Leaders with prior experience and perspective can provide insight for leaders today.