Not happy with your employees' work? You might have a trust issue. Take this quiz to see if you're doing enough to cultivate an environment of mutual trust.Entrepreneurs face trust issues every day. When you hire new people, for example, it's natural to wonder if they will fit into the culture.
A founder of Women 2.0 explains how the start-up scene is evolving for women and offers networking advice for aspiring female founders.Silicon Valley may earn praise for its creativity and dynamism, but rarely is America’s foremost start-up hub held up as a model of diversity. The world’s engineers may flock to the area’s start-ups, but when Shaherose Charania moved to the Valley to explore becoming an entrepreneur several years ago, she often found herself the only woman on product teams and at networking events. These days, she and a few friends are doing something about this gender imbalance with Women 2.0, an organizaton that supports female founders and runs a host of women-friendly networking events around the world.
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