One way for African American leaders to cope with the distinct and difficult challenges they face throughout their careers is through self-affirmations, as described by researchers Laura Morgan Roberts and Anthony Mayo. "While our model puts you -- the leader -- at the center, we don't want you to feel alone in the weight of what you want to accomplish," they write.
The role of self-affirmations for African Americans in leadership
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