Management


Mistakes can often bring businesses down and reverse years of good habits, decisions, and hard work. You can let them destroy you, or you can learn from your mistakes, alter your behaviors, recover, and come back stronger than ever. 



It’s no secret that the IT channel skews male, and markedly so. But members of the Women of the Channel community haven't let that stop them at all.



I coach my business clients that even an attempt at ballroom dance can lead to professional transformation for better performance.



We asked you about your tried-and-true time-saving tips, and we picked our favorites.



Despite years of efforts in the technology industry, we have failed to move the needle on reaching gender diversity goals. In this article, I discuss what we can do to improve these dismal diversity stats.



We asked the Women of the Channel what lessons they learned from their first jobs and here are some of the best anecdotes that show us our community of leaders in their earliest stages of the game.



Solution provider Valeh Nazemoff shares her experience as a woman in the IT industry, the importance of mentoring, and how improving communication skills can help women and men alike improve business outcomes. 



It can be tough to know how to manage a group, especially when you’re starting a new time or working in company culture that doesn’t foster team or leadership development.



To help you get the best out of the one-on-one meeting, and the best out of your employee, Harvard Business Review collected actionable tips from go-to experts on team development.



Pages