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Highly Effective Transformation Strategist A mission-driven collaborator and experienced board member, I bring my digital transformation...
Goodbye Millennials, Hello Gen Z – Dixie Kachiros
Gen Z live by the motto “You do you.” They give themselves and others permission to be different, and they express those differences how...
Facing the Giant – Joyce Avedisian
I wrote a piece on leadership amongst a crisis. Crises either break or make you and your business. You must face the Giant head-on....
Pearls of Wisdom – Tonie Leatherberry
As we celebrate National Mentoring Month, I am inspired as I reflect upon my own mentoring journey. I’m excited to share what I have learned over the course of my career that might be helpful to others. It is in that spirit that I offer some advice and counsel to you from two perspectives: as a mentor and a protégée. Below are my five pearls of wisdom. I hope you find them helpful as you map out your own career journey. – Tonie Leatherberry – Strategic Technologist 1.
Push for diverse hospital leadership begins at the top – Antoinette Hardy-Waller
Increasing diversity and inclusion on leadership teams and governing boards is more of a focus at healthcare organizations as the U.S. population shifts and companies look for new perspectives. While some progress has been made in this area, there is still room for improvement. The share of black female board members at Fortune 500 companies increased 26.2 percent between 2016 and 2018, according to a study published by the Alliance for Board Diversity and Deloitte. But black
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