The Center for Women’s Leadership is changing the way her leadership looks from the ground up.Through targeted teaching and training programs for women and girls, community events, and speaker series, our Center is building a diverse group of emerging women leaders in communities across the state.
PDXWIT (Portland Women in Tech) empowers individuals within the Portland-area tech industry by offering community and skill-building events, mentorship, and access to jobs and opportunities. We dedicate ourselves to nurturing community leaders, advocating for the underrepresented, and inspiring change both locally and in the wider world. We leverage our leadership, commitment and influence towards reducing the imbalances that exist today in an industry that is shaping the future of humanity.
Leadership training is one of the most important components of Wild Diversity’s mission. We want our community to have a sense of place in the outdoors, one where they can grow, share their experiences and thrive. We believe that representation matter when it comes to true diversity in the outdoors. Training leaders of diverse backgrounds is paramount for long-term diversity in the outdoors.
Trying to get that long awaited promotion, in between jobs, ready for a change, or simply stuck in a job?? Well this is the episode for you, both Mat and Shaun provide the top “15 Transferable Skills” that employers need!!
Why should you keep track of your professional accomplishments? Glad you asked. Keeping track of your accomplishments at work throughout the year will provide you with accurate and concrete information so you can update your resume and prove you deserve a raise.
Lead Stories Podcast is the flagship podcast of Lead Stories Media. Co hosts and executive producers Jo Saxton and Stephanie Williams O’Brien tell tales of leadership and life with the aim to encourage, equip and empower.
Leadership styles can generally be divided into two main categories: reward and punishment. Both styles can be effective on their own or when combined, and you’ll see examples of each in the major leadership styles below.
MODERN MINORITIES is a collection of conversations about work and life through the lens of race and gender. It is a show where we talk about “the thing” that everyone is thinking about, but nobody is actually talking about.
Whether you’re gearing up to negotiate for salary at a new job, or you’re about to ask for a raise, you need to bring a well-researched salary goal to the table. To do that, you need to know how much you’re worth and you need to be able to explain why. That’s where your salary research comes in.
The Well is a collection of resources including pathways & perspectives, your career, and diversity today. Hosted by Jopwell the first and leading diversity and inclusion technology company. They represent and advance careers for Black, Latinx, and Native American students and professionals.
Have you ever considered taking an aptitude test as part of the job seeking process? The results from these tests can help you learn more about your skills and passions so you can find a career that’s fulfilling to you. Stay tuned as we explain aptitude tests, what you can learn from them, and where you can take one to help you further your job search.
It’s normal to ask for a raise, even if the process feels awkwardly formal sometimes. You have to set up a somewhat-veiled meeting with your boss; you have to plan out what you’re going to say. It all sounds like you’re planning a marriage proposal—right down to the part where your boss says “yes.” This is how to, um, make sure the conversation ends in financial bliss once you’re finally ready to ask for a raise.