First days are awesome. Everything is fresh and new and exciting. My first day working at Netformx, about 100 days ago, started with an Uber to Newark’s International Terminal.

About 20 years ago, I was facilitating a leadership/strategic planning session and one of the things I gave every participant was a leadership survival kit. Some days it is the simple reminders that give us courage and make us smile.  Do you agree?

It's all about figuring out what each person wants and trading the right resources to make the "wants" come true.

Here are three expectations that you may have of your boss—just because you’re both women—and how to manage them.

It is often a big challenge for emerging leaders to navigate "The Tiara Syndrome." What most are looking for is the "ticky box" list of things they had to do to get their promotion. Here are some thoughts around how to navigate this journey and the most important piece of advice that can help you along the way.

Here are some tips for successfully engaging and producing on a global-level - all while representing your company's corporate priorities and core goals. 

Here are three fears that women often have about power — and how to slay them, so that you can be as power hungry as you want to be.

Women of the Channel broke out the highest compensated female executives in tech. Here's who made the list.

There's not enough women in tech. We can support and advocate for and network with other women. But the one surefire way to get more visibility for women in tech? Step out into the spotlight and decide to be seen. Here's why and how to get started.

What motivates a woman to break through the stereo-type barriers and thrive in an industry like tech? Here are stories of three real women carving out their space in the technology trenches.