Motivation


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.



Sometimes things don't turn out the way you expected. One minute, you're clutching the golden statue, pouring out your gratitude - and the next, you're handing back your award and schlumping back to your seat amidst the chaos (#thoughtsandprayers, LaLaLand).



Here we highlight the women honored in this year's Channel Chiefs project and the contributions they've made to improving the channel efforts at their respective companies.



Terrible at work-life balance? Of course you are, because it doesn't exist. Just ask these three women.



What women wear at work matters, a lot. Here are five ladies, in and out of tech, who are nailing how to #DressLikeAWoman, on their own terms.



Need a source of female inspiration from the tech world to get you through the day? We've collected words of wisdom from some of the most influential women in tech, including Meg Whitman, Safra Catz and Ginni Rometty.



Now that Valentine’s Day has passed, it's time to move the celebration beyond your partner and use these tips to fall in love with your job.

 



The belief that women have "trouble" selling is not only flawed, it's insulting—and dangerous. Here's why we're ill-served by viewing sales skills in a negative light.



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).



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