Join Rashim Mogha on March 6 @Celebrating Women of Today event at FalconX Event Center where she shares her story and why she started eWOW.
Kicked off International Women's Day celebrations with Rashim Mogha's “Fast-Track Your Leadership Career” session at Oracle! The attendees used the Fast-Track Your Leadership Career Guided Journal to identify their superpower, build their personal brand, and find sponsors.
Join Rashim Mogha on March 5 at Women Impact Tech in San Francisco where she will share her journey, why she started eWOW and her views on #futureofwork.
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Numerous times in my career, I have found myself neglecting my emotional and physical health to give priority to my work. I have worked long insane hours to prove myself at the new job or meet crazy unrealistic timelines without setting boundaries with people and have ended up falling sick which in turn affects my … Continue reading 🔥eWOW #31: Self-Care!🔥
Managing up is not about kissing up to your manager or having weekend socializing plans with your manager. Managing up is about working alongside your manager to combine best of you and your manager so that both of you are successful . Three tips on how to effectively manage up and link to daily Money … Continue reading 🔥eWOW #30: Managing Up!🔥
I am excited to share my second Linkedin Learning course with you. Do you have what it takes to successfully lead a technical team? You were promoted because you exceeded expectations in your individual contributor role—but now you’re evaluated on your team’s performance. This new position can be challenging. In fact, many excellent developers and … Continue reading Succeeding as a First-Time Tech Manager
When women are assertive, they can be labeled as aggressive. If they negotiate for a higher salary, they can be seen as greedy. When they self-advocate, it can get labeled as bragging. So many of us don't promote or advocate for ourselves and miss out on opportunities.
Have you ever been called aggressive? Well I have been. A Harvard business study indicates that in a specific organization 76 % of women were referred to as aggressive vs 24% men.
Have you noticed that women do not support each other? Have you ever felt that other women do not appreciate you for a job well done or a brilliant idea you shared? It’s important for us to appreciate that there is power in togetherness and our unique strengths contribute to each other's success. Tips on … Continue reading 🔥eWOW #27: The Power of Tribe🔥