Sidney Poitier was the first Black man to become a true Hollywood movie star. He was also the first Black man and first Bahamian to win an Academy Award for Best Actor (Lilies of the Field, 1963). Known for his elegance, style, class, and dignity he was careful about the roles he chose to play even if his refusals negatively impacted his earnings. In this segment Dr. Karen shares scenes from his life and unpacks seven lessons for corporate executive business leaders.
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