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She codes conference

  1. Learning to be a Leading Lady in Tech ... Poornima Vijayashanker SheCodes Conference August 9, 2013 poornima@femgineer.com @poornima 1
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  3. WoMAN. 3
  4. What does being a leader mean? 4
  5. To me. 5
  6. Why is leadership in TECH important? 6
  7. By 2020 US businesses will need 1.4M computer scientists Credit: She++ 7
  8. Based on today’s graduation rate only 30% will be filled by American graduates Credit: She++ 8
  9. Only 19 Fortune 500 Companies are run by Women Credit: She++ 9
  10. Why is it important to have ladies who LEAD? 10
  11. • More capital efficient • 35% higher ROI • 12% higher revenue than male-owned tech companies 11
  12. Where AND how do you START? 12
  13. TECHBusiness Engineering 13
  14. Transition. 14
  15. • ROLE: requirements • Clarity & PRECISION • PORTFOLIO: papers, projects, products • STREET CRED: Stories 15
  16. What is standing in our way? 16
  17. IMPOSTER SYNDROME. 17
  18. COMPARISON 18
  19. 19
  20. ENVIRONMENT 20
  21. 21
  22. Leadership MentorsSupport Environment Experience Network Mentees Changing Landscape 22
  23. Support. 23
  24. Find a BIG brother or sister. 24
  25. 1. No INVITATION? Learn to crash! 2. BE informal. 3. ASK FOR help! 25
  26. BAD experience? 26
  27. BAD environment? 27
  28. Needs and GOALS. 28
  29. Workplace Flexibility Drawing Credit: NYTimes 29
  30. Review. 30
  31. GROUP MENTORING Femgineer Friends Visit femgineer.com/mentoring 31
  32. KEY OBJECTIVE(S) AGENDA DELIVERABLE BREAK OUT SESSION Get comfortable telling stories that demonstrate leadership abilities. 30 minutes Get into groups of ~5 people. 1. Introduce yourself to the group. 2. Describe the role you’re interested in. 3. Tell the group a story that demonstrates why you are a capable leader. 4. Refine story. 5. Present. Short presentation 32

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