Being smart, accomplished and talented is not enough to get to the C-Suite. As with any goal, if the C-Suite is where you want to be, you need a plan. And then you need to get the best resources to help you implement your plan. We recently sat down with Robin Toft, CEO of The..
SF friends! Join Rock Health and us on August 14 for a discussion on improving gender diversity. Sign up today! Event: Much of the conversation around promoting women leadership in healthcare has been just that—conversation. To move from dialogue to action, we’re bringing both women and men to the table to hear what has and hasn’t..
ARTICLE WRITTEN BY: Sally Blount, Dean, Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University Getting more women to the C-Sute is important If you believe, as I do, that getting more women to the “C-suite” and the board table is important, then we need more insight. First, we need to gain a greater understanding of why high-potential..
Just the Facts: Cold, hard data is hard to ignore. No matter where in the world, when you can credibly show a business leader that current conditions are not going to take them where they need to go, you create in that leader a partner to drive change. Measurements enable you to create accountability and..
AHA Chair-elect Nancy Agee, president and CEO of Carilion Clinic, talks about diversity. You can watch the video here.
If you’re a doctor in Charlotte, N.C., you’re ideally situated to benefit from the highest pay in the health care business. There’s just one catch: If you want that big money, you can’t be a woman. That’s because the city also has the biggest gender wage gap in the nation. Female physicians in Charlotte make an..
Amid Gender Gap Talk, Mentor Network Emerges For Women In Health, Bio Alex Lash | Xconomy It’s been more than a year since an infamous party with hired models in cocktail dresses captured the biotech community’s attention at the 2016 J.P. Morgan conference. There has been plenty of talk since about closing biotech’s notable gender gap. At..
Throughout history, successful companies, thriving economies and prosperous communities have been characterized by their openness to diverse ideas and their commitment to inclusion. Yet despite progress in many areas, the evidence shows that there is much more work to be done, particularly in achieving true gender parity in all levels of business. While it is..
U.S. business suffers from a gender paradox. Studies show companies with gender parity on boards and in the executive ranks outperform male-dominated ones. Yet, women represent only 9 percent of top management positions and 5 percent of CEOs of Fortune 500 companies. University of Michigan business law professor Cindy Schipani and colleague Terry Dworkin of..