August 3, 2020 - 5 Strategic Imperatives for Tech Executives to Avoid Innovation Suffocation

Published on Medium 

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June 18, 2020 - How to be Better Black Ally

Published on Medium 

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June 9, 2020 - Privilege: Understand Yours - then Speak Up for those Who Lack It! Published on Medium 

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June 2, 2020 - Black Out Tuesday and The Pause Published on Medium 

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May 25, 2020 - Be a Connector

Published in Executive Secretary Magazine

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Apr 21, 2020 - Remarkable Leaders - Are You Planning a Smart Reboot? Published on Medium 

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Apr 7, 2020 - TechGirl Financial Podcast is Released - You Can't Fix What You Can't See with Kim & Victor Glaxiola

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Mar 2020 - HR.com publishes "151 Years to Gender Parity in North America?

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Mar 16, 2020 - Pretty Simple Sarah Podcast is Released - Gender Harmony in Business with Karen Cornwell

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Feb 2020 - You Can't Fix What You Can't See is now available in the following Indie Book Stores: Books, Inc. and Leigh's Favorite Books 

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Dec 22, 2019 - You Can't Fix What You Can't See was designated #1 New Release in it's category by Amazon!

Dec 2, 2019 - You Can't Fix What You Can't See is Published by New Degree Press and is available on Amazon

Sept 17, 2019 - Karen was on the BetterManager Podcast with Wendy Hanson

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Building Better Managers Podcast Episode #2: How to Improve Gender Harmony in the Workplace

Diversity doesn't help when it's applied artificially. If you really want more innovation, market growth and engagement, you need to commit to diversity in genuine, productive ways! In this episode, BetterManager co-founder Wendy Hanson welcomes Karen Cornwell, author of You Can't Fix What You Can't See: An Eye-Opening Toolkit to Cultivate Gender Harmony in Business to give you insight into this timely topic.

In this episode, they discuss:

You Can't Fix What You Can't See

  • The focus of Karen's book - illuminating issues of gender harmony in the workplace

  • The problems of labels and separating "men" and "women"

  • The more powerful, community-minded or "we" approach

  • From the Dance Floor to the Balcony

The Gender Piece of the Puzzle

  • Transitioning to the modern workplace

Key Leadership Capabilities

Neuroscience & Leadership

  • Gender differences in the brain

  • BetterManager's Dr. George Woods

  • Neuroplasticity implications for manager coaching

Recruiting and Retention

  • Culture, Communication & Compatriots

  • Gallup/Buckingham 12 Questions

Supporting Men that Support Women

  • Encouraging Male Allies

  • Isolation isn't good for anyone

About Karen Cornwell

Karen Cornwell is on a lifelong quest to improve innovation and drive top-line growth for Technology Companies. Her experience includes Product Management, Marketing, Engineering, Sales, Account Management and Business Development with Silicon Valley Companies, like GE, Applied Materials, and AREVA. She has lived it, learned from it, and wants to change the tide for the next generation of technology aficionados. She also believes that diversity is the key contributor to really understanding customer needs. Leveraging our differences becomes the driver to create phenomenal products and services.

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