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.

Sometimes it’s much easier to admit our insecurities than to display our knowledge and strength.

How do you deal with doubt? Do you doubt? Here are some thoughts and ideas about the power of doubt!

In today's episode, Executive Editor Jen Follett sits down with Jennifer Hewlette, director, strategic partner marketing at Cisco. The two discuss how Jennifer started her career overseas, overcoming language barriers, the differences in how women are perceived in the workplace in various cultures and more.

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.

What tops your list of goals for 2017? Let us know in the comment section.

O'Brien closed this year's Women of the Channel Leadership Summit with a keynote on why she believes it's so important for professional women to tell their story. 

Speaker and bestselling author Jenny Blake shared her method of figuring out what's next, and how to successfully make the pivot with attendees at WOTC 2016 in New York.

Unable to attend the 2016 Women of the Channel Leadership Summit? Here's what you missed.