Business school professor Deborah Streeter gives solid, research-backed advice on how to negotiate better, even in the context of a gender divide that sometimes sees women who stick up for themselves in negotiations as aggressive. Streeter offers a very helpful sample script.
This is just about the best list of networking (and partying) tips we've read in a long time—from hot shot founder and 500 Startups venture partner/entrepreneur-in-residence Andrea Barrica. Great for both introverts and extroverts, shy and outgoing.
5 steps you can take to follow Sara Schaer's success as an entrepreneur. Working at a startup and trying to keep track of her kids' care was wearing her ragged. That's when she had a brilliant idea that would solve not only her own problem, but also help out other working parents like her. Kango, it's like Uber or Lyft, but for parents who need rides and babysitting for their children.
First he founded Craigslist, which has since gone on to revolutionize selling. Then he started a charitable foundation. Now he is trying to increase women's role in the tech industry. He thinks that more women in tech should be "the new normal."
Movies, toys, games, celebrity scientists ... they actually make a big difference in how girls and women see their future in STEM. An admissions director at a wholly-STEM university shares how we can start making a shift in representation.
I recently caught up with author, investor and super-connector Kelly Hoey over cocktails in NYC and learned all about her new book "Build Your Dream Network." I just finished reading it and can't wait to share it with the Women 2.0 community. lt's a must read for anyone looking to master the essential art and skill of networking with a purpose.