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March 18, 2013  5:01 PM

If you haven’t already heard of (ISC)2’s Women in Security….

kbateman Profile: kbateman
"Computer crime", "Computer security", "United States Department of Defense", "United States", Business, information technology, Leadership, Private sector

This is a guest blog from Berta Papp, managing director of Tempest Security Intelligence.

 

March 15, 2013  6:16 PM

Almost time for the everywoman in Technology Leadership Academy 2013

kbateman Profile: kbateman
"Sheryl Sandberg", Business, Cisco, Cisco Systems, fdmgroup, Leadership, People, Women

I can't believe it's nearly time for the everywoman in Technology Leadership Academy again soon - where has the year gone?


May 16, 2012  10:50 AM

There are managers and then there are leaders

kbateman Profile: kbateman
"Angela Merkel", "Cognizant Technology Solutions", "Mother Teresa", "Rosa Parks", "Steve Job", "Work ethic", Leadership, Theresa

This is a guest post from Sripriya Kalyanasundaram, VP of Cognizant and Head of Testing, who outlines the challenges facing women leaders in IT and shares her advice.


April 26, 2012  1:48 PM

Are women better suited for leadership roles in IT security?

kbateman Profile: kbateman
"Female Brain", "Harvard Business Review", "Solera Networks", Leadership, Monday, People, Woman, Women

I had several interesting conversations with IT security experts, at InfoSec Europe on Tuesday, about whether women are better suited in IT security then in any other area of IT.


February 22, 2010  9:00 AM

Moving Beyond the Boys’ Club – Trust your Gut

rfroley Profile: rfroley
"Beyond the Boys' Club", "Suzanne Doyle-Morris", "women at work", Careers, intuition, language, Leadership

Suzanne Doyle-Morris writes:

The successful women in IT I interviewed for Beyond the Boys' Club:...

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February 15, 2010  9:00 AM

Moving Beyond the Boys’ Club – ‘Big Up’ Your Language

rfroley Profile: rfroley
"Beyond the Boys' Club", "Suzanne Doyle-Morris", "women at work", Careers, language, Leadership

Suzanne Doyle-Morris writes:

As an executive coach who works primarily with women in male-dominated fields, I often work with female clients on stabling a sense of "gravitas."

One way to make sure others take your contributions seriously is looking how...


February 8, 2010  9:00 AM

Moving Beyond the Boys’ Club – Speak Now or Forever Hold Your Peace

rfroley Profile: rfroley
"Beyond the Boys' Club", "public speaking", "Suzanne Doyle-Morris", "women at work", Careers, Leadership, presentation

Suzanne Doyle-Morris writes:

While stereotypes abound about "chatty women", very few are actually comfortable speaking in front of an audience - where it really counts.

Get in the habit of speaking up and then leading meetings, offering to make...


February 1, 2010  9:00 AM

Moving Beyond the Boys’ Club – Invest in Your Own Coach

rfroley Profile: rfroley
"Beyond the Boys' Club", "Suzanne Doyle-Morris", "women at work", Careers, coaching, Leadership

Suzanne Doyle-Morris writes:

As coaching sheds its reputation as a new-age fad and becomes accepted as a strategic development tool, so too has it gained increasingly widespread acceptance among professional women in IT.

When I interviewed...


January 25, 2010  9:00 AM

Moving Beyond the Boys’ Club – ‘Socialise’ Your Ideas

rfroley Profile: rfroley
"Beyond the Boys' Club", "Suzanne Doyle-Morris", "women at work", board, Boardroom, Careers, Leadership, Networking

Suzanne Doyle-Morris writes:

As I discussed in my book, Beyond the Boys' Club, savvy...


January 18, 2010  9:00 AM

Moving Beyond the Boys’ Club – Getting the Most out of the Water Cooler

rfroley Profile: rfroley
"Beyond the Boys' Club", "Suzanne Doyle-Morris", "women at work", Careers, Leadership, Networking, Office Politics

Suzanne Doyle-Morris writes:

My book, Beyond the Boys' Club: Strategies for Achieving Career...

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