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The are definitely reasons far too few of us speak out about harassment, but every time harassment is acknowledged, we inch closer to a world in which women are valued, respected, and safe.



Girl, you're not crazy, that was rude.
 



In the wake of the political upheaval of 2016, millennials are itching to get their hands dirty.



In order to connect, you will occasionally have to step into the murky waters of small talk. Here are two important steps to connecting outside your bubble.



Julie Dzubay, channel chief and sales leader for master agent WTG, talks to WOTC about being proactive in one’s career and helping women understand that technology skills can be leveraged in industries outside the IT arena.



The hardest conflicts to overcome are often between other women on your team. It's time for that to change.



There's never been more demand, or opportunity, for women to step up and speak their mind. Here are five tips for improving your own presentation literacy (and reducing your speaking-induced stress levels).



Ann Marr, creator of World Wide Technology's Women's Leadership Forum, says the program is leading to many women being promoted into executive roles at WWT.



You may like me a little less after you finish this article...



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. 



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