Motivation


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?



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



Girl, you're not crazy, that was rude.
 



If you want to accrue power and respect, then you become a person who can pitch great ideas — and persist when they get rejected.



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.



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.



Workforce diversity has been a hot-button issue for a long time now and it's no secret that the tech sector has been on the wrong side of history when it comes to the gender gap - right there with the National Football League and your local brick layer's union. 



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.



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.



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