Insufficient networking and opportunities to create worthwhile and meaningful connections has been a big challenge for Caribbean Americans and people of color generally. Now in COVID world with more remote work roles, it’s even more important to build our networks.
In this episode, I share one of my experiences that lead me to re-evaluate and loosen the cultural trope of being “heads down” at work. While opportunities for networking maybe challenging, we also have to acknowledge the role we play in “making connections.”
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