41 min

S2 - Episode 13: Five Power Moves You Should Be Doing at Your Current Job for A Successful Transition Melanin & Medicine: Helping Black Women in Healthcare Thrive in Life, Career and Business

    • Self-Improvement

Sometimes it's difficult to shift and approach what we have to leave behind to get to our next level. It's important that you are making sure that you're advocating for where you're supposed to be, whether that be in your current workplace or moving out of that workplace to another or your own healthcare entity and business. There's power in movement, but there's also power in staying where you are and leveraging where you're at for maximum success. To where you want to be.  To access that power, you need to plant yourself so you  have the soil, the sun, all of the specific things that you need to grow.
 
By the way, our Passion to Profit Masterclass is this upcoming weekend. In this transformational workshop we'll be sharing the 5 shifts that women of color in healthcare must make in order to grow businesses that create impact and income (even if you're still working a full-time job)! If you have a desire to launch and grow your own business for social impact and health justice, you won't want to miss out. Reserve your seat here.

Things you'll learn from this episode:
Using social media platforms to share your accomplishments as a power move that you can leverageRecognizing who needs to be in the support system for where you want to beRealize the areas of our lives that have not been cultivated that have been our blind spots and we figure out how to strengthen those Doing our due diligence to make sure that we are in the space that will literally push us to successIn this week's episode I share how a stressful situation affirmed my transition out of academia but also made me recognize the five things Black women in medicine & academia must be doing beforehand to ensure our success, whether you are transitioning to a different position at your job or transition out of your job.


Be sure to tune in to all the episodes to receive tons of practical tips on empowering Black women in medicine and academia to find their purpose and achieve their vision.

Thank you for listening! If you enjoyed this episode, take a screenshot of the episode to post in your stories and tag me!  And don’t forget to subscribe, rate and review the podcast and tell me your key takeaways!


CONNECT WITH DR. OMOLARA UWEMEDIMO MD, MPH:
Tap into all of our resources at Melanin & Medicine HERE

Sometimes it's difficult to shift and approach what we have to leave behind to get to our next level. It's important that you are making sure that you're advocating for where you're supposed to be, whether that be in your current workplace or moving out of that workplace to another or your own healthcare entity and business. There's power in movement, but there's also power in staying where you are and leveraging where you're at for maximum success. To where you want to be.  To access that power, you need to plant yourself so you  have the soil, the sun, all of the specific things that you need to grow.
 
By the way, our Passion to Profit Masterclass is this upcoming weekend. In this transformational workshop we'll be sharing the 5 shifts that women of color in healthcare must make in order to grow businesses that create impact and income (even if you're still working a full-time job)! If you have a desire to launch and grow your own business for social impact and health justice, you won't want to miss out. Reserve your seat here.

Things you'll learn from this episode:
Using social media platforms to share your accomplishments as a power move that you can leverageRecognizing who needs to be in the support system for where you want to beRealize the areas of our lives that have not been cultivated that have been our blind spots and we figure out how to strengthen those Doing our due diligence to make sure that we are in the space that will literally push us to successIn this week's episode I share how a stressful situation affirmed my transition out of academia but also made me recognize the five things Black women in medicine & academia must be doing beforehand to ensure our success, whether you are transitioning to a different position at your job or transition out of your job.


Be sure to tune in to all the episodes to receive tons of practical tips on empowering Black women in medicine and academia to find their purpose and achieve their vision.

Thank you for listening! If you enjoyed this episode, take a screenshot of the episode to post in your stories and tag me!  And don’t forget to subscribe, rate and review the podcast and tell me your key takeaways!


CONNECT WITH DR. OMOLARA UWEMEDIMO MD, MPH:
Tap into all of our resources at Melanin & Medicine HERE

41 min