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The New Normal: Secrets of The Corporate Game w/ Bill Wells

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You’re smart, ambitious and “qualified”... but that’s no longer enough to take you to the top.  Fresh from the 35th Annual Conference of the National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA) former NBMBAA Board Chair William Wells, Jr. (Bill) discusses the highlights of the yearly event of nearly 10,000 attendees. With hundreds of top corporations sponsoring the event held recently in Houston, Texas, Bill will give us the inside track and will share key findings that are changing the career dynamics across the United States.

As part of Carole’s new “Kitchen Cabinet Leadership Team," Bill delivers a healthy dose of reality for listeners who are just starting their careers to emerging leaders to seasoned veterans. He’ll regularly join Focus On Empowerment with new data, surveys and tangible insights pertaining to the world of work for people of color.   

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Bill Wells is President, W. Wells & Associates, LLC, a management consulting company specializing in diversity strategy and inclusion solutions. Bill works with his clients to develop strategic plans focused on creating a culture of inclusion and addressing important diversity related issues impacting the workforce, workplace and marketplace. Additionally, Bill provides coaching, consultation and guidance to senior executive leaders through culture change and transformation. Bill’s work is also focused on helping client organizations achieve recognition as an “Employer of Choice” as well as a “Great Place to Work”.

Bill holds an MBA degree with a major in Marketing, a graduate certificate in Business Administration and a Bachelor of Arts degree with a Psychology major. Bill is a life member of both the NBMBAA and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity.
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