Motivation


It’s no surprise that women in leadership often have a harder time getting and keeping attention than men. Here's one way to change that.



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.



We all have to do our fair share of acting at work. It’s called being polite. But—what happens when you’re so far out of alignment with your work?



You can't demand happiness from work, but you can coax happiness into your work life by focusing on other things.



Do annual reviews have a point? Are they relevant anymore, or even helpful? A story in Harvard Business Review - “The Performance Management Revolution” - recently took a deep dive into the performance review - and the companies that are dropping them.



A supportive group that meeting regularly holds you accountable to your own dreams and ambitions.



Can  you redefine a sexist culture even as you strive to excel in it?



The job listing doesn’t rule the hiring process. And yet women are acting as if it does, to their competitive disadvantage.



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