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women in tech

Leadership

5 Keys to Authentic Leadership

From a talk I gave at VMware in Palo Alto earlier this month Leadership comes in many styles – charismatic, intellectual, bullying – but in all cases leadership is hard to sustain over time unless it is authentic. Real. Genuine….

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Equality

Queen Bees or a Stiletto Network?

I was disappointed by the drivel written in the WSJ on Friday The Tyranny of the Queen Bee. It is just not reality, and reinforcing a negative stereotype at the same time. The WSJ should know better. The thesis is…

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Equality

Hey Girl, Ask For That Raise!

In the US women make 79 cents on the dollar vs. men, and even in technology, where talent is in very high demand right now, women make 85 cents on the dollar. But how much of this is self-induced? I…

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Equality

Women Computer Scientists – Yes They Exist!

Published earlier today in the Huffington Post Women are doing some amazing work in Computer Science and Engineering, how come we don’t know about them? We all know about the stereotypical hot start-up out of Silicon Valley led by some…

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Equality

Birth Control Battles and Women in Tech

Published in the Huffington Post earlier today: Would I have the career I have today without having had easy access to birth control? I doubt it. Tech women are like any other women. Most of us ‘successful’ technical women were…

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