Women Leading

Women comprise over 80 percent of healthcare frontline employees, but they often hit the proverbial glass ceiling. Only 30 percent of healthcare C-suite Executives and less than 15% of CEOs are women. Clearly, women are facing barriers to achieving their potential, limiting their ability to add their unique talents and skills to the tables of leadership. Now more than ever we need capable leaders. We can no longer afford to ignore half of the talent. Women need to step up and doors need to be opened.

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