Women in Technology Summit June 9-11, 2019  •  DoubleTree by Hilton  •  San Jose, CA



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An Interview with Lorie Reichel-Howe
By Brooke German

Lorie Reichel-Howe enjoys helping others effectively respond to challenging workplace behaviors, and she shares her techniques with us.   Read More

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Successful Communication Happens through Listening
By Anna Johansson

Communication is not merely the expression or exchange of ideas; it's also the reception of those ideas. When an idea isn't received, communication hasn't taken place, no matter how many words have been expressed.   Read More

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How to Become a Better Communicator in the Workplace
By Larry Alton

It's nearly impossible to pursue a successful career without becoming a good communicator.   Read More

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How to Support a Coworker Who Is Experiencing Grief from Loss
By Anna Johansson

In American culture, there are certain aspects of life that we aren't particularly adept at dealing with. One such area is death, and in particular, the grief that follows it.   Read More

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A Sincere Apology Saves the Day: Disarm Deadly Corporate Dysfunction Fast
By Keith Martino

"How do you apologize?" The question came from the least likely suspect in the crowd. Bob, a former LAPD detective, was now a seasoned IT leader for a global retailer. He had seen it all and had the scars to prove it. He was truly perplexed by the off-handed suggestion I had mentioned so casually. "If you let someone down, apologize," he said.   Read More

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Addressing Workplace Gossip without Getting Sucked In
By Lorie Reichel Howe

I've heard it said that the way employees communicate can make or break an organization. One form of communication, gossip, is a killer of workplace culture. The way managers and employees respond to gossip either safeguards or erode workplace culture.   Read More