The Society of Women Engineers has five WE Local conferences in the U.S. in 2020. If cost is an issue, check out four ways to attend a WE Local conference and save money.
The Leadership Summit at WE19 is open to all SWE members in leadership roles or those interested in future positions. Get the guidance you need to enhance your leadership development!
Do women in STEM have to prove themselves more than men do? Are office politics more complicated for women than men? How does motherhood affect women engineers? In this SWE Diverse episode with WE19 Mega Session speaker Joan Williams, we’ll address some of those gender bias issues and how to navigate them in the workplace.
Emotional intelligence, or EQ, is an important characteristic of those who are successful in the workplace. According to the Harvard Business Review, EQ is what sets apart nearly 90 percent of high performers from their peers with similar technical skills. But in the field of engineering, which is data-driven, focused on factual information, and male-dominated, the idea of anything “emotional” might be met with skepticism.
A new online course has been published in SWE’s Advance Learning Center called SWE Communities: Start-Up & Good Standing Requirements. The course is recommended for SWE leaders and anyone who wants to learn more about SWE section start-up and good standing requirements.