The Career Power board game is a great way to start conversations between team members, especially with new hires. Have fun while discussing challenges at work that are based on extensive interviews with women and new hires. Learn about the Kickstarter campaign and order the game!
WITops is Karen's organization for developing knowledge and practical techniques to help technology companies engage and retain women and diverse persons.
In "One Woman’s Journey in High Tech: Passion and Partnership" Karen shares her personal journey and the role of Guides, Partners, Coaches, and Supporters throughout the arc of her life.
In this recording of a YouTube Live Event, Karen covered the latest from the Women in High Tech Retention (WIT-R) Project. She introduced the key retention factors, and then shared some of the interventions, along with some exercises you can try out.
The Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing is the world's largest gathering of women technologists. Karen will be co-leading a workshop on Team Onboarding: Key Success Factors and How to Apply Them.
What is “rude” to one person may be perfectly acceptable to another. What is fine in the US Northeast may be rude in the South. What is rude in one country may be perfectly fine in another. So what is “rude” and how do we handle it on a diverse team?
If you are a female or male high tech professional working in industry outside the U.S., please give us 10 minutes and complete this completely confidential survey. The results will help characterize the daily work experience of tech culture with the goal of increasing the success of diverse work teams.