NewsLauren Wesley Wilson To Release New Book For Career Success

Lauren Wesley Wilson To Release New Book For Career Success

Join the author for a seven-city book tour, with special guest journalists Sunny Hostin and Elaine Welteroth.

In her upcoming book, What Do You Need? How Women of Color Can Take Ownership of Their Careers to Accelerate Their Path to Success, businesswoman, and founder and CEO of ColorComm Corporation, Lauren Wesley Wilson, unveils the essential skills women of color need to attain leadership positions.

Drawing from her own career trajectory, Lauren shares the unwritten rules and playbook necessary for women of color to advance to the C-Suite. The book’s description on Penguin Random House emphasizes that What Do You Need? is a crucial question the author’s ColorComm organization has long posed to its community, underscoring the importance of determining where you want to go and what you need to get there.

The four-part book covers topics such as Finding Your Place, Establishing Your Position, Forging Your Future, and Becoming an Ally. Wilson also shares a message to her parents, writing, “To my parents, who taught me how to use my voice to advocate for what I need.”

The corporation’s portfolio includes the ColorComm Network, ColorComm Search, ColorComm Media Group, and Men of Color in Communications.

Wilson’s book, published by Hay House Business, is available for pre-order at $25.99 ahead of its April 2 release date.

Wilson posted an invite on Instagram for followers to join herself and “the most amazing, accomplished and badass women” on her seven-city book tour, which kicks off on April 2 in New York City and concludes on April 15 in Chicago.

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Source: Black Enterprise

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