I'm Not Yelling: A Black Woman's Guide to Navigating the Workplace

  • 6h 16m 21s
  • Elizabeth Leiba
  • Gildan Media
  • 2023

I'm Not Yelling is part strategy for savvy black business women navigating a predominantly white corporate America and part vessel empowering black women to find their voices in toxic work environments and be successful business women.

Statistical and anecdotal evidence guide the way. Explore the data and hear the accounts of Black women in business who face, work through, and rise above workplace discrimination.

Finding your voice as women entrepreneurs. Successful business women use their voice to become strong Black leaders who instill positive change in the workplace culture.

In I'm Not Yelling, you'll find:

  • Evidence to support the experiences of racial inequity and discrimination at work for Black business women.
  • A narrative study of possible pitfalls, such as microaggressions, lack of mentoring, and pay inequity, their impact which will be explored to provide context to the misogynoir Black female entrepreneurs experience.
  • Strategies and recommendations to give successful business women a framework for racial trauma healing, emotional support, and business success.

About the Author

Elizabeth Leiba is a writer, college professor, and advocate for Black business women. She has over 100,000 followers on LinkedIn who range in age, race, background, and location, and are primarily located in the US, Canada, and the UK.

Her passion for Black history changed her life and catapulted her into a fulfilling line of work as a powerful advocate of social justice and equity for Black women, especially Black business women. Elizabeth strives to create resources which support, empower, and amplify Black business women and their businesses.

In this Audiobook

  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1 - How it began
  • Chapter 2 - Finding your voice
  • Chapter 3 - Imposter syndrome or imposter treatment?
  • Chapter 4 - Code-switching and other exhausting behavior
  • Chapter 5 - Afros, locs, twists, and braids-the politics of natural hair
  • Chapter 6 - I’m not yelling-the psychology of micro-aggressions
  • Chapter 7 - Opening the door-mentorship, sponsorship, and sisterhood
  • Chapter 8 - A seat at the table or building your own empireA seat at the table or building your own empire
  • Conclusion