53 min

Becoming a Better Black Leader with Shayna Hammond Still Talking Black

    • Society & Culture

Episode Summary:
How do we become better leaders? That is the focus of today's show, figuring out how to deal with the added pressures of being a leader as a minority and also learning how to be a better leader. I talk with Shayna Hammond Founder & CEO of Lead For Liberation and IndigoWomen, whose understanding of leadership started at a very young age when her teacher told her even though she was quiet, she still was a leader.


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If you like what we're doing here on Still Talking Black, the best way to show your support is by liking, rating, and sharing our content, buying merch from our store at StillTalkingBlack.com/Shop, or donating using the link below. Every little bit helps. Thank you for your continuing support.


About the Interviewee:
Shayna Renee Hammond is a leadership and life coach who has developed thousands of leaders within the education and nonprofit sectors for nearly twenty years. She is the founder and CEO of Lead For Liberation and IndigoWomen, a coaching practice dedicated to creating spaces, methods, and conditions for Black women in leadership to thrive.
Shayna earned a master’s degree in the art of teaching from Johns Hopkins University and a master’s of education degree focusing on administration and supervision from National-Louis University.

Book: Becoming an IndigoWoman: How to Thrive in Leadership and Life
Website: LeadForLiberation.com
LinkedIn.com/in/theShaynaRenee
Facebook.com/LeadForLiberation
Instagram: @LeadForLiberation and @IndigoWomenCommunity

Credits:
Host/Producer: Richard Dodds @Doddsism
Show Music: @IAmTheDjBlue
Website: StillTalkingBlack.com


Still Talking Black is a production of Crowned Culture Media LLC. All rights reserved.
Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/CrownedCulture)

Episode Summary:
How do we become better leaders? That is the focus of today's show, figuring out how to deal with the added pressures of being a leader as a minority and also learning how to be a better leader. I talk with Shayna Hammond Founder & CEO of Lead For Liberation and IndigoWomen, whose understanding of leadership started at a very young age when her teacher told her even though she was quiet, she still was a leader.


Show your Support:
If you like what we're doing here on Still Talking Black, the best way to show your support is by liking, rating, and sharing our content, buying merch from our store at StillTalkingBlack.com/Shop, or donating using the link below. Every little bit helps. Thank you for your continuing support.


About the Interviewee:
Shayna Renee Hammond is a leadership and life coach who has developed thousands of leaders within the education and nonprofit sectors for nearly twenty years. She is the founder and CEO of Lead For Liberation and IndigoWomen, a coaching practice dedicated to creating spaces, methods, and conditions for Black women in leadership to thrive.
Shayna earned a master’s degree in the art of teaching from Johns Hopkins University and a master’s of education degree focusing on administration and supervision from National-Louis University.

Book: Becoming an IndigoWoman: How to Thrive in Leadership and Life
Website: LeadForLiberation.com
LinkedIn.com/in/theShaynaRenee
Facebook.com/LeadForLiberation
Instagram: @LeadForLiberation and @IndigoWomenCommunity

Credits:
Host/Producer: Richard Dodds @Doddsism
Show Music: @IAmTheDjBlue
Website: StillTalkingBlack.com


Still Talking Black is a production of Crowned Culture Media LLC. All rights reserved.
Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/CrownedCulture)

53 min

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