Helping Black Women position themselves for the next stage of their careers, navigate race and gender bias and be effective in leadership positions.

Deliberately Create The Job You Really Want!

The representation of Black women in leadership positions in the Workplace is not a reflection of the workplace demographics in South Africa. The Annual Commission for Employment Equity report consistently show a slow progress in the representation of Black Women in leadership position. The global picture is no different as is reported in the LeanIn.org and Mckenzie women in the Workplace report. There are a number of factors that contributes to this problem which include bias and discrimination at the intersection of gender, race and anti-bias, societal condition and expectations of Black women be ‘good girls’ who play small and eat last at the office.

Black women in the workplace aims to provide resources to support Black women’s advancement and effectiveness in leadership positions. .

One on One Coaching

One on One Coaching with Busisiwe Hlatswayo to support Black women in positioning themselves for the next level of leadership, income and impact in the workplace and in the market place.

Online Courses

Online Coaching Courses to support Black Women in Navigating leadership in the Workplace


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