Being a leader is a scary thought. You are responsible for individuals who are not related to you and whom you cannot control 100%. ... Yet, somehow, you have to get them to follow you.
Elizabeth “Dr. E” Carter once again provides you access to information based on situations that have impacted her life.
Elizabeth “Dr. E” Carter out to empower African Americans to take on more leadership roles.
Monday, August 16th 2021, 9:44 PM EDT
Close gaps in your individual performance.
Identifying deficiencies in your business model, and providing alternate solutions.
Crafting a plan to allow you to close your performance gaps.
Providing content to increase your leadership and business knowledge.
Inspiring, educating, and entertaining audiences.
Educational and funny. I enjoyed it! I called my granddaughters and told them that they need to read this book!
I just finished your book and it was awesome and informative. I am going to buy my grandson a copy and it will be a blessing to everyone who reads it.
I could relate to many stories in the book of your journey. The most was getting out of your zip code and knowing I could always visit home anytime.
Seeing your way through murky waters is certainly not easy! Thank you, Dr. Carter, for prompting those deep dive questions to bring out my true career desires. You are truly amazing!
Thank you again for inspiring me to have confidence in myself and look outside of the stands in which I know.
...I just wanted to let you know, how much I appreciate you, your tenacity, and dedication to uplifting me as a woman of color in corporate America...