5 STEM Leadership Lessons from the Barbie Movie
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4M ago
What STEM leadership lessons can we learn from the Barbie? Learn 5 insights you can apply immediately on your career journey, including the power of integrating emotion and logic, challenging norms, avoiding conformity, embracing imperfection, and finding insights in unexpected places ..read more
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Performance Reviews for Women in STEM: How to Prepare for Career Growth
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5M ago
Are you ready for your next performance review? Learn a 4-step method to effectively prepare. Know your goals, align them strategically, quantify value, and make confident asks to succeed ..read more
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7 Tips for Setting Healthy Boundaries for Women in STEM
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1y ago
Successful women are boundary evangelists. They set and enforce firm boundaries as a foundational stepping stone to getting the respect they deserve at work and have a life outside of work too. You’ll learn 7 practical tips for establishing healthy boundaries in your STEM career, all without coming across as rude, b**chy, or someone who isn't a team player ..read more
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How to get actionable feedback that fuels your STEM career growth
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1y ago
Many technical professionals - and especially women - struggle to get useful feedback. Feedback is a critical data point for career growth, without which you can find yourself stagnate because you don't know how you are being perceived at work. Learn how to turn subjective feedback or no feedback at all into feedback you can take action on so that you can accelerate your STEM career growth ..read more
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How to stop feeling like you're not good enough at work: Busting the ideal-worker myth
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1y ago
Do you secretly feel like you aren't good enough and don't deserve to be successful in your STEM career? For STEM women, this is a common experience. Get motivated and inspired as you learn the facts around why that happens and what you can do about it ..read more
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Building A Bridge to Women and Non-binary Individuals in Leadership
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1y ago
What’s the current state of women and non-binary leaders in STEM? Is leadership the missing link? This short and thought-provoking article captures the leadership gap statistics in STEM in a digestible format ..read more
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How to Manage Stress for STEM Career Success
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1y ago
Managing stress in your STEM career is an essential habit of successful technical leaders and professionals. Learn how to incorporate stress management techniques into your day, even if you have an overwhelming to-do list and no time to do so in this interview with wellness engineer Lennis Perez ..read more
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3 Easy Ways to Self-Advocate in a Virtual Work Environment
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1y ago
Self-advocacy is essential for advancement but can feel inauthentic to many STEM professionals. Learn 3 easy ways to authentically advocate for yourself so that key decision-makers at work are aware of your achievements, skills, and interests, without the accompanying feelings of “ick” that can accompany traditional techniques of “tooting your own horn ..read more
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How to Use “Yes-And” to Uplevel Your STEM Leadership
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1y ago
As a leader, your words matter. If you’ve ever found yourself struggling to facilitate a group brainstorming session or needing to give sensitive feedback to someone you work with, this video shares a simple, practical tool that encourages thoughtful and continued discussion and makes it easier to both generate innovative ideas and give sensitive feedback. Try it out today ..read more
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Top 10 Challenges Faced by Women Leaders in STEM
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1y ago
Why aren’t there more women leaders? What are the top challenges women face in their rise to leadership? This blog summarizes the top ten challenges taken from the more than 100 case study interviews conducted of emerging and current women and non-binary STEM leaders and male allies ..read more
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