Sinopsis

Dorianne St Fleur is career strategist, certified coach, blogger, speaker with 10 years of experience as a HR professional. She is the creator of Your Career Girl - an online career coaching agency for women professionals.As a no-nonsense career & executive coach, she helps women tap into their divine purpose so they can grab hold of the careers they were meant to have. Her mission is to teach, inspire and help others find their career fulfillment.The Deeper than Work podcast teaches listeners how to leverage their unique gifts so they can make more money, have more impact and do what they love.

Episodios

  • Episode 57: How Black Women Must Prepare to Secure Their Seat at the Table with Minda Harts

    Episode 57: How Black Women Must Prepare to Secure Their Seat at the Table with Minda Harts

    17/06/2020 Duración: 26min

    In this episode of Deeper Than Work, I’m speaking with Minda Harts, CEO of The Memo LLC, speaker, and best selling author of The Memo: What Women of Color Need to Know to Secure a Seat at the Table. Minda is dedicated to teaching women of color how to advance their careers, secure leadership positions and partnering with organizations to build equity and inclusive workspaces. Listen in as we not only talk about how to secure your seat at the table as a woman of color, but how to be prepared so that you’re actually heard once you’re there. If you’re a fan of the Deeper Than Work podcast, please subscribe, rate and review on iTunes.

  • Episode 56: The Importance of Finding Community as a Black Woman in Tech

    Episode 56: The Importance of Finding Community as a Black Woman in Tech

    03/06/2020 Duración: 46min

    In this episode of Deeper Than Work, I am thrilled to be joined by Lexi B. Lexi is an entrepreneur, speaker, writer, freedom fighter and a Black woman in tech. In addition to all of that, Lexi is a community builder - which led her to create Sista Circle: Black Women in Tech. The goal of Sista Circle is to support the work of Black women in the Tech industry by building a strong network and safe space. Sista Circle partners with tech companies like Facebook, Instagram, and Slack, to promote recruitment and retention of black women. Lexi and I talk about her experiences being the only person that looks like her in the room, the importance of building a strong community, and how to change your own internal narrative. If you’re a fan of the Deeper Than Work podcast, please subscribe, rate and review on iTunes.

  • Episode 55: How to DEMAND the kind of feedback that will take you to the next level

    Episode 55: How to DEMAND the kind of feedback that will take you to the next level

    20/05/2020 Duración: 37min

    One thing I’ve learned over my 15 years in Corporate America is that feedback can be a key differentiator between those who succeed and and those who don’t. Especially for those of us who are looking to climb the ladder, take on leadership positions, and/or secure higher paying opportunities, understanding what we should stop, start, and continue doing is a critical part of our journey. All feedback is NOT created equal though and research tells us that Black women are less likely to receive the kind of meaningful feedback we need in order to improve our skills so we can get to the next level. Join me in this episode as I dive deep into how important good feedback is, and how you can take control of the conversation so you can demand the kind of feedback that will help you take your career to the next level. If you’re a fan of the Deeper Than Work podcast, please subscribe, rate and review on iTunes.

  • Episode 54: The 3 Beliefs You MUST Have to Enter Your Season of Greatness

    Episode 54: The 3 Beliefs You MUST Have to Enter Your Season of Greatness

    06/05/2020 Duración: 28min

    Have you ever had that nagging thought in the back of your mind that you’re meant to be doing so much more in your career than you currently are? That even though, on paper, your career looks like it’s exactly where it should be, you can’t shake the feeling that there’s still so much of an impact you’re capable of making? Congrats! That means you’re ready to transition from just “good” to “great”! Whether your next level involves finally doing the work that aligns with your God-given purpose, or going after the title and pay you know you deserve, or stepping out on faith so you can start your business, it’s time for you to enter your season of greatness. Join me in this episode as I dive deep into the three core beliefs every person who has successfully up-leveled in their career, must have. As always, if you’re a fan of the Deeper Than Work podcast, please subscribe, rate and review on iTunes.

  • Episode 53: How to skyrocket your career growth through community

    Episode 53: How to skyrocket your career growth through community

    06/05/2019 Duración: 23min

    In the final episode of this 3 part series breaking down the 3 things you’re underestimating in your career that are keeping you from reaching the level of success you crave, I’m talking about community - which is the last foundational piece of building a successful career. So many of the women that I talk to throw networking and community to the side, thinking they can ride the elevator of success to the top by themselves. But truthfully, community means SO much more than team work. And it’s not just about networking, either. If you’re not leveraging community in your career and fostering relationships with people, you’re doing yourself a serious disservice - and I’m here to tell you how to start utilizing this key strategy for maximum success. Listen in as I dig into the benefits of building your own personal career community, why networking really is the key to your net worth, and how community is the critical missing piece in your career success strategy. As always, if you’re a fan of the Deeper Than

  • Episode 52: How to Stop Letting Fear Cripple Your Career Goals

    Episode 52: How to Stop Letting Fear Cripple Your Career Goals

    22/04/2019 Duración: 22min

    In part 1 of this series, episode 51, I talked all about confidence - which I believe is the #1 thing blocking your career glow-up. I broke down how detrimental lack of confidence is and why it’s the one critical skill for crafting a successful career. Today I’m unmasking the second biggest culprit when it comes to career standstills - fear. In all of the conversations I have with women, there’s a lot of fears that come up when it comes to why they’re not progressing in their careers. They’re afraid to ask for a raise, afraid to apply for that job, afraid to actually move in the direction they need to go in. There are so many women out there swimming around in stuck, fully aware of the next step they should take but unable to push past the fear to step into the careers they’ve always wanted. Listen in as I break down how doubt is paralyzing your career and what you can do to finally cut the cord on fear. As always, if you’re a fan of the Deeper Than Work podcast, please subscribe, rate and review on iT

  • Episode 51: The ONE major thing blocking you from achieving major success in your career

    Episode 51: The ONE major thing blocking you from achieving major success in your career

    29/03/2019 Duración: 26min

    Since launching my free Career Breakthrough Coaching Sessions about a month and a half ago, I’ve had the privilege of speaking with dozens of women about their career journeys and goals. It’s been such an eye opening experience - both for me and for the women I’ve spoken with. What I’ve noticed is that although the women I’m speaking with have different goals and are at different places in their career, there are common blockers that run through each of their stories and that these blockers are responsible for keeping each of them “stuck”. Of all the blockers I’ve uncovered, there have been 3 major ones that are not only common, but are often so ingrained, the women I speak with don’t even realize how these things are negatively impacting their career success. I’m tackling the biggest and most crucial blocker I’ve come across - lack of confidence - and breaking down how to immediately increase your self-confidence so you can level up in your career. As always, if you’re a fan of the Deeper Than Work podca

  • Episode 50: How to Eliminate Impostor Syndrome as a Woman of Color

    Episode 50: How to Eliminate Impostor Syndrome as a Woman of Color

    15/02/2019 Duración: 38min

    I wrote a post on the Your Career Girl Facebook page last year that started off with the words: I don’t believe in Impostor Syndrome. And as you can imagine, it was quite controversial. Impostor Syndrome is defined as the persistent inability to believe that one’s success is deserved or was legitimately achieved as a result of one’s own efforts or skills. And while I believe that there are very real emotional and professional implications of being affected by Impostor Syndrome, I don’t believe the premise of the argument. Impostor Syndrome isn’t some thing that women of color have created on their own - its origins stem from some very real implications of racism. Also, Impostor Syndrome isn’t something that women of color are destined to deal with for the rest of our lives - it is very possible to push through. Listen in as I break down my definition of Impostor Syndrome, explain the different types and share my 4 step process on eliminating it once and for all. As always, if you’re a fan of the Deeper T

  • Episode 49: How to Process the Trauma of Getting Let Go from Your Job

    Episode 49: How to Process the Trauma of Getting Let Go from Your Job

    08/02/2019 Duración: 33min

    I was chatting with one of my career coaching clients the other day about her professional journey, and our conversation veered onto the topic of when she was fired two years ago from her job and how much emotional baggage she still carried from that experience. Even though she’s since found another role that she enjoys. Even though the reason for her being fired wasn’t because she was incompetent or not good at her job, she still carries the scars. Our conversation was both inspiring and triggering for me. It got me thinking about my own lay off back in 2011 and how rattled I was by it and how it still shapes the way I view and interact with organizations all these years later. Listen is as I dig into the implications of being involuntarily let go from your company and what you can do to process this professional trauma. As always, if you’re a fan of the Deeper Than Work podcast, please subscribe, rate and review on iTunes. Not sure how? Go to yourcareergirl.com/review for a step by step guide!

  • Episode 48: How to FINALLY Give Yourself Permission to Prosper with Kathlyn Hart

    Episode 48: How to FINALLY Give Yourself Permission to Prosper with Kathlyn Hart

    24/01/2019 Duración: 40min

    We’re chatting with Salary Negotiation Coach, Kathlyn Hart in this week’s episode and we’re breaking through the myths and negative thinking associated with asking for more money. Kathlyn specializes in financial empowerment and her mission is to help you earn more money so you can live your most bold and brave life. She’s not only been able to amass huge success in her own finances by saving over $16,000 to quit the 9-5 world to make my dream of backpacking across Asia a reality and finding the courage to successfully switch careers from non-profit to software design, she’s also coached countless millennials on their journey to increase their income as well! Listen in as Kathlyn shares her super practical and relatable advice on how to give yourself permission to prosper. P.S. If you enjoy this episode, please subscribe, rate and review on iTunes.

  • Episode 47: Achieving Complete Clarity in Your Career

    Episode 47: Achieving Complete Clarity in Your Career

    17/01/2019 Duración: 25min

    Hey Career Girl Nation! After a quick Holiday break, we are back with the first episode of 2019. My initial thought was to tackle goal setting and developing your career action plan for the year, but then I realized two things: 1) We’ve done that already (check out episode 22 from 2017), and 2) At the foundation of any career strategy is…clarity. That said, we’re diving into getting completely, crystal clear on what you want to be doing in your career. Listen in as I break down my 3 steps to clarity: >> Knowing your what, why and how >> Understanding your point >> Staying in alignment P.S. If you enjoy this episode, please subscribe, rate and review on iTunes.

  • Episode 46: Behind the Scenes of My Biggest Client Wins for 2018 and What You Can Learn from Them

    Episode 46: Behind the Scenes of My Biggest Client Wins for 2018 and What You Can Learn from Them

    19/12/2018 Duración: 46min

    If you’re like me, these last few weeks of 2018 are your favorite time of the year. Not because of the food, presents, or time off from work, but because it’s the time when it’s perfectly normal - expected even - for you to turn inward and reflect on the past 12 months. You’re most likely asking yourself questions like: Did I accomplish all of my goals this year? What worked well for me? What didn’t? How do I want things to change next year? Yes, these are the types of introspective questions I live for. Here’s the thing: If you’re not happy with your answers to these questions, or you feel like you weren’t able to reach all of your goals, or you haven’t been able to reach your full potential - this episode is for you. Listen in as I go behind the scenes of some of my client’s biggest wins for 2018 (including one client who was able to land an impactful role that came with a $90,000 raise) and share the proven six step process you need to follow in order to achieve huge career wins for yourself next y

  • Episode 45: How to Honor Your Pace and STOP Should-ing All Over Yourself

    Episode 45: How to Honor Your Pace and STOP "Should-ing" All Over Yourself

    12/12/2018 Duración: 28min

    This episode is on a topic that’s very near and dear to my heart. I’m diving into how to “honor your pace” or simply put: How to stop obsessing over self-imposed timelines when it comes to your career and life. There’s a post on my Instagram account about my struggle with honoring my pace that really resonates with the people that read it. It seems like more than just a few people can relate to feeling like they need to accomplish this or that by the time they’re X years old. As a career coach, I speak to women from various walks of life in different spaces in their career and no matter how different each of their career stories are, the one constant is the fact that they all feel they aren’t progressing through their career as quickly as they feel they “should”. In this episode, I’m going to break down the pitfalls of living in your “shoulds” and give you practical ways you can work toward honoring the pace things are unfolding in your own life. P.S. If you enjoy this episode, please subscribe, rate and

  • Episode 44: How to Know When Its Time to Leave a Workspace Youve Outgrown

    Episode 44: How to Know When It's Time to Leave a Workspace You've Outgrown

    05/12/2018 Duración: 40min

    As a HR leader and career strategist, I’ve spoken to thousands of women over the past decade at various stages in their career. While each woman’s experience is unique, I’ve been able to categorize the challenges women face in their professional journeys into a few main themes. One theme that comes up a lot in my work is overcoming the challenge of leaving a job/career/company that no longer serves you. In fact, of the 100 women who’ve applied to have a free career exploration call with me since February of this year, an overwhelming majority of applicants list some variation of this as a main career challenge they’re facing: “Exiting a work space I’ve outgrown”. With all the challenges women - especially Black women - face in their careers, it’s no surprise they’re having trouble making the leap to bigger and better opportunities at work. In this episode, I’m discussing 1) how to know you’ve outgrown your current work space, 2) why it’s hard for you to walk away from that space even when you know you shou

  • Episode 43: Part 2 (Where the heck have I been?) Lessons Learned from my Silent Growth Period

    Episode 43: Part 2 (Where the heck have I been?) Lessons Learned from my Silent Growth Period

    28/11/2018 Duración: 40min

    Hey Career Girl Nation! I’m back with Part 2 of the “Where the Heck Have I Been” episode and ready to dive even deeper into the lessons learned from my 6 month hiatus. If you haven’t already, be sure to go back and listen to Part 1 in episode 42 where I break down into detail what served as the catalyst for my silent growth period, where I went and what I did while I was away. In Part II, I’m digging deeper into my lessons learned during my silent growth period and also sharing the specific tools I’ve incorporated into my daily routine in order to decrease the chances of having to take such an extended leave again or worse - experiencing another bout of burnout! Lastly, I walk you through the new direction for Your Career Girl and Deeper than Work and clearly explain what I do and who I serve. As always, I truly appreciate all of your support and encouragement, and I’m grateful to have a community who embraces me - flaws and all! P.S. If you enjoy this episode, please subscribe, rate and review on iTunes

  • Episode 42: Where the heck have I been? Lessons learned from the 6 month hiatus of Deeper than Work

    Episode 42: Where the heck have I been? Lessons learned from the 6 month hiatus of Deeper than Work

    23/11/2018 Duración: 38min

    Hey Career Girl Nation! It’s baaaaack! Yes! The Deeper than Work podcast is back and all new with episode 42 all about what I’ve been up to over the past 6 months! In this super personal and candid episode, I break down into detail 1) what happened, 2) where I’ve been and 3) what’s next for me, the Your Career Girl brand and the Deeper than Work podcast. There’s so much in store for Your Career Girl in 2019 and beyond and I’m excited to dive into so much new content and career advice in the coming weeks, but before I do that, I wanted to take the time to walk my listeners through my growth journey to not only explain where I’ve been, but to provide support and encouragement for those of you who may be experiencing something similar. For all of you die-hard listeners of the podcast, this one is a must listen! I truly appreciate all of your support and encouragement, as always! P.S. If you enjoy this episode, please subscribe, rate and review on iTunes.

  • Episode 41: How To Be A Bride In Your Love Life And In Your Career

    Episode 41: How To Be A Bride In Your Love Life And In Your Career

    31/05/2018 Duración: 37min

    Hey Career Girl Nation! This is an episode you don’t want to miss. I get to interview Charreah Jackson, author of the new book Boss Bride: The Powerful Woman’s Playbook for Love and Success. Charreah has spent more than 10 years researching healthy relationships and careers. She’s also a senior editor for Essence magazine, and her stories have been featured on CNN, NBC, Time Fortune, and more. Being a “boss bride” is all about a a state of mind. It starts with finding the parallels between your work and home life, and merging them into one. Over 50% of households have a female who is making all the money, or a “female breadwinner” so to speak. It’s the new normal, and yet hiring managers are still basing their decisions on your social status in life. Are you engaged? Planning a wedding? Married? There’s also a struggle with finding the right partner in your life, and it’s not a choice that should be taken lightly. You need to be strategic and intentional with your romantic life, in the same ways you ap

  • Episode 40: How To Prevent Burnout In Your Career

    Episode 40: How To Prevent Burnout In Your Career

    24/05/2018 Duración: 37min

    Hey Career Girl Nation! Today’s episode is all about burnout. It’s a real thing. I’ve experienced burnout myself for a few months. I was falling asleep constantly, in a constant state of stress, and I just didn’t have it in me anymore. Being burned out in your career is serious. I got an overwhelming response to this issue. It resonated with numerous people, especially women. Many of us are starting our own businesses in addition to our 9-5 job, and building that entrepreneur life for ourselves. It’s easy to think you can do it all, all the time. I’m going to discuss how to identify, reverse, and prevent burnout in your career. Now, this doesn’t mean you are doing something wrong. It doesn’t mean you are in a toxic environment. Burnout just happens, and we may not always realize it. If you think you are burned out and want to do something about it, take a listen to episode 40! P.S. If you enjoy this episode, please subscribe, rate and review on iTunes!

  • Episode 39: Why Being Underpaid is Costing You More Than Just Money

    Episode 39: Why Being Underpaid is Costing You More Than Just Money

    17/05/2018 Duración: 57min

    In this episode, I get to interview a very special guest! I’ve known Mr. Nemo Ashong for close to two years, who is the founder of Empjoyment. He talks about his mission to have a truly inclusive and empowered world, and how we can value ourselves and know our full self-worth. All of us are priceless, but we live in a world where things cost money and we need to afford that lifestyle. We should be pushing to get top dollar to where we are. But first, we need to be able to demonstrate our value, and own who we are. I’m talking to a lot of women who are working to get the salaries they deserve, but there are systems at play where they don’t get paid at the same levels as men. A woman only makes 80 cents for every dollar that a man makes. For a black woman, they make even less. We discuss how you can start creating a space where you can speak freely, and open more doors. If you know you are worth more and you want your salary to grow, episode 39 is a must listen! P.S. If you enjoy this episode, please subscr

  • Real Life Linkedin Strategies for Black Women in Corporate America

    Real Life Linkedin Strategies for Black Women in Corporate America

    10/05/2018 Duración: 45min

    In this episode, I sit down with a very exciting guest! Meet Aithyni, owner of The Career Design Lab, and working during the day as a diversity and inclusion manager. She talks with us about her journey, and how LinkedIn helped transition her to a new and amazing career. LinkedIn is a place with no judgment, a space for starting open genuine discussions with like-minded people. Even if you aren’t job searching right now, it’s still important to find those connections. There are also many unique challenges women face in the workplace, no matter what your skin type. Many of us face unconscious bias, myself included. We dig deeper into how LinkedIn can help you leverage, and battle that bias. If you want to own your career and find the right people that will navigate the way to your goals and dreams, episode 38 is a must listen! P.S. If you enjoy this episode, please subscribe, rate and review on iTunes.

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