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Women in IT Leadership Podcast: Diversity at the Frontline of Success - Shared screen with gallery view
Robin Clausen | CIO Executive Council
01:11:49
If you have a question for our panel please enter it here or use the 'raise your hand' feature. You are welcome to come off mute to ask your question.
Ann Herrmann-Nehdi
01:12:55
will the recording be available after this session?
Robin Clausen | CIO Executive Council
01:13:03
Yes!
Uzma Ahmed
01:14:51
what challenges our panelist faced as they were developing their leadership career? How did they overcome these challenges?
Nancy Sullivan
01:15:39
Comment. The outstanding leadership I have worked with can simultaneously navigate tactical and strategic without getting confused. Also you have to doubt a strategy that doesn't manifest itself in tactics ...easily
Shelley Lineham
01:15:55
love that! progression not perfection!
Danielle Phaneuf
01:16:27
🙌🏻 on progress not perfection and having the tactical plan
Shelley Lineham
01:16:41
i agree with Sharon! one of the things covid has brought in a “normalization” of family responsibility
Shelley Lineham
01:21:07
what a great comment - leadership/role model # title
Amanda Greenhill
01:23:39
Marlo - that was the same for me. I was such a driver then I have shifted into less of a driver and more of a collaborator.
Uzma Ahmed
01:26:58
It is great to hear that the panelist faced similar challenges (lone woman in the room, driver\tough perception) as we (as women) have faced in the leadership position. Thanks for sharing
Amanda Greenhill
01:34:52
Agreed!!!
LaTasha Gary
01:35:59
Agree that we will have to figure out the hybrid model. It will be different for everyone
Daria Topousis
01:37:23
Often women’s work and contributions are overlooked, as you mentioned earlier. Are you using data to analyze things like velocity of promotions or awards/recognition for women versus men?
LaTasha Gary
01:38:12
I would love to see the those skills mentioned by Joanna carry as much weight as the technical skills when it comes time for a job rotation or promotion.
Shelley Lineham
01:40:05
FYI - good book recommendation: “Invisible Women” - data bias in a world designed for men (caroline cried perez)
Amanda Greenhill
01:40:23
With the continuation of remote working - it will become harder to promote culture. Especially as you bring on new teammates who don't have any identification with the past culture. This will take additional work/communication across the enterprise to ensure cultural adoption.
Robin Clausen | CIO Executive Council
01:41:37
Thank you, Shelley, for the book recommendation: https://www.amazon.com/Invisible-Women-Data-World-Designed/dp/1419729071
Amruta Oak
01:41:37
How do you overcome the way women are perceived as "emotional" vs when men get louder/more emphatic its viewed as "decisive" or assertive?
LaTasha Gary
01:42:51
Yes, sponsorship is key! Thanks for the callout Joanna
gina eriksson
01:43:15
I agree Joanna! Sponsorship is definitely key
Shelley Lineham
01:45:52
thanks for having me <3
Brenda Hurstlyles
01:47:54
100% Agreed measuring the velocity on equity is key
Amanda Greenhill
01:52:34
This has been a great open session/discussion. Thank you ladies and thank you Tim for driving this great conversation. You all have said things that are on our minds and it feels good to know that we are not alone and that others have experienced many of the same things we have.
Daria Topousis
01:52:57
Agreed - this was a great panel. Thank you!
Robin Clausen | CIO Executive Council
01:53:09
Feedback Survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/frontlinediversity
Amruta Oak
01:53:23
Thank you for the comments around authenticity and intentionality, being comfortable and more confident about yourself!
LaTasha Gary
01:53:28
Good feedback Sarah!
Amruta Oak
01:54:01
Great session, thanks to all the speakers!
Uzma Ahmed
01:54:21
definitely a great discussion. Thank you for being authentic and transparent. Thank you to Tim for facilitating this engaging discussion.
Robin Clausen | CIO Executive Council
01:55:44
We hope you will be able to join us for our session next week, which relates to many points that were covered today. Lead with Empathy, March 31st @ 2pm ET: https://bit.ly/3c6ahpj
Shelley Lineham
01:56:03
great session! thank you so much to the panel and to Tim for facilitating
LaTasha Gary
01:57:55
thanks for sharing your perspectives. great food for thought.
Ron Guerrier
02:00:39
Bravo! Great moderation Tim. Great insights by these great IT Leaders!
Uzma Ahmed
02:00:52
Thank you so much
Sunita Gogineni
02:00:56
Thanks a lot for this session and valuable insights
Dot Forbes
02:01:01
great information wonderful panel. Thank you so much
Anand Agarwal
02:01:01
Enjoyed the conversation
Brenda Hurstlyles
02:01:02
Thank you Robin for coordinating these. Very informational speakers and so inspiring.
Janelle Bristol | UTA
02:01:03
This was a great session. Thank you all for your insight
Sunita Gogineni
02:01:04
Great Leaders