How To Become a Tech Leader
Feb. 5th 2018
Interested in becoming a leader in tech? Climbing the career ladder is no easy feat, much less OWNING a seat at the head of the leadership table- but we're here to fix that.
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PowerToFly has partnered with Girl Develop It to present this webinar of tips, tools and resources to help you become a leader within your organization.
We will address some of the challenges that women face in the tech industry before learning how to change those roadblocks into building blocks by unlocking your passion, networking with your community and calling out bias.
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