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No one has a crystal ball. I am not even sure if being able to see into and predict the future is necessarily the superpower I would pick. But preparing for the future makes good common and business sense. This...
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  We’ve been writing a lot about inclusion: what it is and what it isn’t, how to create inclusion and why it’s important. The real question we need answered is WHEN.Today, we look at the number 53.53 is better than 257, which is...
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      Happy Holidays! Change somehow feels easier as we move into a New Year. I am not sure why that is or why I am continually surprised by the fact that in July, if I think about making...
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    November. The month that reminds us to be grateful. Be grateful if your company has improved the numbers in your organization by having more diverse tech teams. Be grateful if you have seen more women promoted into leadership...
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  Don’t sweat the small stuff. Great advice when worrying about things that are beyond your control or minor mistakes that really don’t matter in the larger scheme of life. But when it comes to how we treat each other,...
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Your pipes are leaking!Of course, I am talking about your leaky pipeline for recruiting and retaining women in tech.And these leaks occur at different points along the pipeline from when women apply to a job, during performance evaluations and promotions,...
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Hello! Imagine a woman in tech who, every day, must armor up because the workplace culture does not embrace her. Because she is the odd person out, yet no hand gets extended to ask her to join the team. Because...
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  Ahoy! Have you ever seen a boat that is listing, leaning way over to one side and essentially not moving forward? It is unbalanced. That is how I think about equality and inclusion. Everyone is aware that there are...
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This month is all about the online job posting that you create from your internal job descriptions. Job postings are often the first way a potential employee becomes aware of your company. Your job post can intrigue, invite and engage someone...
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  Happy May! May we talk about bias? I recently led a workshop on Emotional Intelligence (EQ) based off the book by Travis Bradberry and Jean Greaves. If you have never taken their EQ assessment let me explain. The basic...
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