Tag: Women’s Leadership

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What Exactly Does It Do? Female Entrepreneurs on the Art of the Technology Pitch
What Exactly Does It Do? Female Entrepreneurs on the Art of the Technology Pitch » Complicated technology, a landscape stacked against you, and lots of unknown territory. These female entrepreneurs are giving advice on how to pitch your tech company to wow investors, facing all the odds.
How One Founder Transformed Her Pitch and Found Her Voice
How One Founder Transformed Her Pitch and Found Her Voice » Babson Professor Lakshmi Balachandra’s research led one entrepreneur to reevaluate how she pitches her business and adopt a bolder, more assertive approach.
Research Recap: Women at Work
Research Recap: Women at Work » Expert insight on how to help level the playing field for women at work.
Breaking Down the 4 Pillars of Self-Efficacy: Part IV
Breaking Down the 4 Pillars of Self-Efficacy: Part IV » Self-efficacy develops over time and with repeated mastery experiences, much like flexing a muscle.
Supporting Black Entrepreneurs with Official Black Wall Street
Supporting Black Entrepreneurs with Official Black Wall Street » Starting a successful new venture requires heart, resourcefulness, and capital. And it’s usually birthed from a strong need or desire to change something for the better.
Breaking Down the 4 Pillars of Self-Efficacy: Part III
Breaking Down the 4 Pillars of Self-Efficacy: Part III » Self-efficacy is depleted by feelings of anxiety, stress, and impaired concentration. These physiological signals can all be signs of stereotype threat.
The Startup World Needs More Women-Led Unicorns
The Startup World Needs More Women-Led Unicorns » “We are leaving billions of dollars on the table by not having half of the population involved in the entrepreneurial ecosystem. It’s not a feminist problem. It’s a problem we all have to solve.”
Breaking Down the 4 Pillars of Self-Efficacy: Part II
Breaking Down the 4 Pillars of Self-Efficacy: Part II » Finding mentors, coaches, experts, and other champions who build self-efficacy through verbal persuasion can be vital to entrepreneurial success.
Breaking Down the 4 Pillars of Self-Efficacy: Part I
Breaking Down the 4 Pillars of Self-Efficacy: Part I » Role models provide a road map for potential future success, helping entrepreneurs develop self-efficacy.
Why I Left My Investment Banking Job to Join the Family Business
Why I Left My Investment Banking Job to Join the Family Business » For Kate Began, the draw of joining the family business was the challenge of inventing new ways to grow, creating new processes and staying ahead of the competition.