Sue Weston

Opinions expressed by ICN authors are their own.

After 30+ years in corporate finance technology, Sue Weston is branching out to follow her passion, inspiring women to pursue careers in STEM. Based on her education, she is an industrial engineer, but her passion encompasses diversity and inclusion, creating a work place with gender equality.

Sue is an innovator with proven ability to deliver sustainable results through collaborative partnerships, creation of an inclusive workplace and the elimination of gender bias.

Sue holds an undergraduate degree in Industrial Engineering from Columbia University, and two masters degrees: one in Industrial Engineering from NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering and the second in Organizational Management from University of Phoenix.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Sue Weston and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

As smart cities evolve, so does the role of technologists in government

Diversity in tech: 3 stories of perseverance and success

Diversity in tech: 3 stories of perseverance and success

IT organizations need to create cultures of inclusion and break through the unconscious bias found in traditional hiring and management practices.

Virtual environments: The universal equalizer for the workforce

Virtual environments: The universal equalizer for the workforce

Connecting people across geographies allows for different perspectives that generate new ideas and innovation. Could a virtual workplace be the answer to better business performance?

Culture counts: Why building strong teams requires a little TLC

Culture counts: Why building strong teams requires a little TLC

The 'magic' behind successful teams involves encouraging diversity of thought and defining clear rules of engagement

Welcome to the new age of technology?

Welcome to the new age of technology?

In just a few months, technology has transformed businesses the world over. And there's no doubt that businesses will plan their road to recovery on a path powered by technology. Has this new digital-first mindset ushered in a new...

What the coronavirus has taught us about transformation

What the coronavirus has taught us about transformation

Becoming 100% virtual is a major disruptor to the way we do business, the way we learn and the way we live – but it is also propelling us forward while making use of fully available technology.

Reskill for technology: Take a risk and invest in yourself

Reskill for technology: Take a risk and invest in yourself

Technology changed in the way we work, impacting up to 54% of all employees who need to become digitally fluent almost overnight.

How to get the most out of working remotely

How to get the most out of working remotely

Global teams are connecting virtually to solve complex problems, which creates more opportunities to work remotely. But how will this shift affect employees and how does gender play into it?

Is your patience holding you back at work?

Is your patience holding you back at work?

Patience as a virtue might have made sense in the “Father Knows Best” era, but do those rules still apply?

Want to be a good leader? Learn how to fail forward

Want to be a good leader? Learn how to fail forward

Instead of avoiding failure, the most successful leaders fail fast...and bounce back stronger than ever.

Can parenting affect your child's success in the workforce?

Can parenting affect your child's success in the workforce?

Parenting is difficult enough without taking the blame for your child’s poor choices. How can your decisions affect your child’s success?

Set goals to live by – and make them HARD

Set goals to live by – and make them HARD

Women do better with goals that are heartfelt, animated, required and difficult (HARD). Yet companies prefer SMART goals (specific, measurable, actionable, realistic and timebound).

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