There are a number of females within the technology world, which means we need to shift our perspective and stop letting men have all the fun.
Google is one of the world’s top technology firm and they’ve taken pride in organising events and programs to empower women. Google has recently made changes to its business assembly to be able to embrace diversity.
Many work environment complications within tech companies start with a toxic culture that lives up to their reputation as “boys’ clubs”. Nevertheless, women in software development are mounting to the top of their field. Successful female industry experts offer the following recommendations:
Concentrate on confidence
The way most women are perceived within tech world sets the stage for a crisis in confidence. If you play the part, just like any job, you will overcome this intimidation. Make sure you dress nicely and/or dress for the job you want. Also think positive, be kind, be generous and get prepared.
Don’t be afraid to ask for what you want
Standing out in an office of male voices is intimidating, however, females need to speak up and do it often.
Find a mentor or a sponsor
Women looking to successfully climb the ladder from programming ranks to management, even to executive positions, need to be aligned with male and female mentors and sponsors they can emulate and lean on. Attending network events, handing your card out and keeping all socials updated will help you feel powerful and socially collected.
Resist the urge to blend in, and don’t be afraid to ask questions when you don’t know something. If you don’t know what’s happening or feel like you missed something, other people will always be in the same boat.
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