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What I’d say to me back then – ServiceMax’s Liz Carter on why it pays to be a risk-taker This article is sponsored by:

The tech sector has more opportunity than ever for women to build long-term careers, argues ServiceMax's Liz Carter.

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"This is our responsibility as an industry!" - Salesforce CMO Sarah Franklin on why the tech sector needs to step up on equality and inclusion This article is sponsored by:

Salesforce CMO Sarah Franklin has risen through the ranks over the past 14 years and is committed to breaking down equality barriers for the next generation.

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"People can't be what they can't see!" - Salesforce UKI CEO Zahra Bahrololoumi on leveling up representation This article is sponsored by:

The tech sector needs to broaden its recruitment net as part of its efforts to bridge the skills gap and boost inclusion. Salesforce UKI CEO Bahrololoumi can point to progress being made.

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Should CFOs be a factor in DEI, sustainability, and cybersecurity? Sage's Judy Romano responds to fresh data This article is sponsored by:

Just when CFOs had enough on their plate, the plot changes. Sage's Redefined CFO report points towards CFOs taking active roles in cybersecurity, sustainability, diversity/inclusion and more. For context, I spoke to Judy Romano, Sage VP and CFO, North America.

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What I’d say to me back then - SAP SuccessFactors Maryann Abbajay on her "stinking hard" return to work after a 10-year gap This article is sponsored by:

Abbajay’s second stint in the tech sector includes a focus on pulling up other women in their careers and prioritizing the kids.

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Salesforce Trailblazing Women Summit - how organizations can make work more flexible for women This article is sponsored by:

What can firms can do to prevent staff burnout and resignation among their workforce. Some tips from women leaders.

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Never volunteer to be the note-taker! Leadership tips from Salesforce's Trailblazing Women Summit This article is sponsored by:

"You can have it all, just not at the same time." Some tough love coming from female sales leaders at Salesforce, IBM and Zoom.

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What I’d say to me back then - Rachel Obstler, EVP of Product at Heap, on why it pays to be picky This article is sponsored by:

Heap has a good record on diversity, but the work goes on, says EVP of Product, Rachel Obstler.

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UX accessibility must move beyond developers - Karen Hawkins on how to turn digital accessibility into a team practice This article is sponsored by:

UX accessibility is no longer a nice to have. But if you put this solely on your developers, it's not going to work out. Karen Hawkins of eSSENTIAL Accessibility explains how to take digital accessibility further; I reflect on diginomica's UX lessons as well.

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What I’d say to me back then - Stacey Epstein, CMO at Freshworks, on not self-limiting your ambitions This article is sponsored by:

The first in an occasional series in which women in tech discuss what's changed in their careers to date and explore what advice they’d give their younger selves as well as to women entering the sector today.

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