Twice As Hard

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Success knows no colour, unless you are Black, in which case you better be prepared to work twice as hard to achieve and progress your career. ‘Twice As Hard’ is an exploration of Black identity in the working world and a blueprint for success. Readers learn what obstacles limit opportunity for Black professional progress, how to understand and overcome racial stereotypes, be productive, find purpose and ultimately succeed in business. Featuring tips on entrepreneurship, as well as insights from famous and successful people spanning a range of careers, it highlights the positive progress made in recent years, and equips individuals and businesses with the tools they need to progress.

Description

This book is an exercise in building your network. We’ve spoken to over 40 successful business people to help you gain from their advice and create space for your own personal growth.

Twice As Hard is an exploration of Black identity in the working world and a blueprint for success. You will learn what obstacles limit opportunity for Black professional progress, how to understand and overcome racial stereotypes, be productive, find purpose, and ultimately thrive in business.

Authors Opeyemi and Raphael Sofoluke explore their own personal brand of ethics, the challenges they have faced in their careers, and the learnings they took from them, before inviting other successful business people in a broad range of industries to share their experiences and the practical measures they take to realise their goals, too. Featuring tips on entrepreneurship, as well as insights on the corporate world, this book aims to empower and inspire Black professionals, get everyone thinking and talking about their actions, and continue the fight for a truly inclusive, understanding society.

Additional information

Weight 0.451 kg
Dimensions 22.2 × 14.4 × 3.2 cm
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Publisher

Imprint

Cover

Hardback

Pages

336

Language

English

Edition
Dewey

650.108996 (edition:23)

Readership

General – Trade / Code: K

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