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Jazmine Reed-Clark

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60: ☕️: Career Coach Jazmine Reed-Clark on Quitting Your Job, Negotiating, and Navigating the Work Place

Gentler: Practical Self-Care

In today's Gentler Chat episode, Jazmine Reed-Clark and Maya chat about self-care at work. Give the episode a rating & review, and check out Jazmine's website and podcast, too! Follow Jazmine on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jazminereedclark/ Office Politics Podcast: https://campsite.bio/officepoliticspodcast/ Jazmine's Website: https://www.jazminereedclark.com--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/maya-fleming6/support

31mins

28 Oct 2020

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Goodbye, Performative Wokeness w/ Jazmine Reed-Clark

Winning Season

This episode is part 3 of the series Moving Beyond Black Squares and Hashtags with guest Jazmine Reed-Clark.  Jazmine Reed-Clark is a writer and career coach who left her former industries of human resources and employee experience to be a corporate consultant and DEI advocate. Her most notable work has appeared in The Financial Diet, The Everygirl, and BYOB Revolt. While in HR, Jazmine founded Opendoor's People of Color employee resource group and cultivated their D&I programming. In this episode you'll hear more about: Practical pathways for Employee Resource Groups to support inclusion within the workplace The importance of diversity reports including transparency and revamping with data  Why cancel culture can be replaced with extending grace The powerful way to meet people where they are as it relates to race relations You can connect with Jazmine via her website (JazmineReedClark.com) or LinkedIn. Her email address is JazmineReedClark@Gmail.com. Articles Mentioned in this Episode The Cost of Code-Switching My Blacknesss is Not Sold Separately  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/winningseason/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/winningseason/support

42mins

17 Jul 2020

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072: How it Feels to Truly Take Control of Your Career with Jazmine Reed-Clark

Careerfluencer - Modern Career Advice, Inspiring Stories, and Growth Tips

Have you ever felt like your friends or family didn’t fully support your dreams? In this episode, hear Jazmine’s story of why she went from her dream job in journalism to going on a completely different path, how she trusted her gut even when others didn’t really think it was the right time, and helpful advice to start taking control of your career with confidence. Feat. Guest: Jazmine Reed-Clark. Title: Freelance Writer. Industry: Media. Current Location: Dallas, Texas. Click here to learn more about this episode and the Careerfluencer community: https://careerfluencer.com/072

10mins

22 Jun 2020

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Driving Change By Listening - with Jazmine Reed-Clark

Delivering Extra

Jazmine is a writer, career coach, and all around change maker! Be sure to follow her on Instagram and LinkedIn at @jazminereedclark.

36mins

18 Jun 2020

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Black Lives Matter feat. Jazmine Reed-Clark

Bitch, I Quit

Jazmine Reed-Clark is an Atlanta native, Dallas resident, and former HR + Recruiting Manager turned full-time writer, creator, and home curator. She is also a member of the BYOB Revolt Community! Her work focuses on breaking down the stigma of mental health and empowering other young, Black professionals to secure the bag, take care of themselves, and be cautious of the inner workings of corporate America. Her work as appeared in The Financial Diet, The Everygirl, Elite Daily, and other women-focused publications. She joins our conversation today because she hopes to amplify the voice of Black creators and help others understand every Black experience has its own unique story. It's time to listen, learn, heal, and help. To learn more and connect with Jazmine: https://www.instagram.com/jazminereedclark/ https://thefinancialdiet.com/foster-workplace-equality/

54mins

16 Jun 2020