Leadership


Hear from a powerhouse panel of women on how they approach innovation, balance work and family, successfully manage their teams remotely, discover advocates and more. 



Get to know your boss as the person they are, beyond their job description.



Large companies promote a vision that one day the world will reach gender equality.



The data doesn’t lie: Women are a minority in the tech industry, even more so at the C-level. Want to buck the trend? Find someone to mentor you.



It doesn’t matter if you have “manager,” “director” or “executive” in your job title, you’re still responsible to be a good leader.

 



As a former TV news reporter, I know the importance of carrying a larger-than-life persona beyond the TV screen.



My dad’s mantra also became my guidepost when I learned that business problems don’t solve themselves.



Career advice successful women wish someone told them when they first started out.



The differentiating factor that sets apart outstanding products, services and companies is how individual leaders lead.



Men serving as advocates for women can go a long way in changing norms and biases at every level of an IT company.



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