Microsoft Ignite 2019 – Women in Technology leadership roundtable


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In November 2019, I’ll be heading to Orlando for Microsoft Ignite! One of the sessions I’ll be facilitating is the 75-minute Women in Technology leadership roundtable “unconference” session. Unconference sessions are interactive and collaborative. Meant to facilitate conversation, networking, and group-based learning, unconference sessions give attendees the opportunity to share ideas and learn from one another.

The Women in Technology leadership roundtable will focus on the unique challenges female tech leaders face. We’ll share leadership success stories and challenges, discuss the importance of personal brand, evaluate the impact of role and gender-based stereotypes in the workplace, and conduct peer mentorship mini-sessions. In the peer mentorship mini-sessions, attendees will work in small groups to share ideas and solve everyday workplace challenges.

Whether you’re a woman in tech, an organizational leader, an aspiring mentor, or an ally that wants to support the growth of gender diversity in the tech space, you have valuable insights to share. We’d love to hear your stories, your ideas, and your suggestions at the Women in Technology leadership roundtable!

Space for this unconference session is limited, but you can pre-register to reserve your seat. A waitlist will automatically queue up if the session fills up, so add your name to the list even if registration peaks.

Click the link below for session details and registration.
https://go.splibrarian.com/msignite-unc1017

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