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Evidence: women are absent

April 25, 2013


Women comprise only 4% of heathcare company CEOs but hold 73% of manager positions. Overall in business, women comprise 15-16% of top jobs.  In hospitals, women hold 18% of CEO positions ( TED talk from Sheryl Sandberg (COO facebook) shares thoughts on why women aren’t sitting at the table. (by the way, women give only 19% of the TED […]

Listen to female leaders…

April 24, 2013

0 tips from female leaders in healthcare  

I’m an Influencer/Provider

November 27, 2011


Another great strengths-based positive psychology resource is a book released this past September by Marcus Buckingham called “Standout.”  As a benefit of purchase you get to take the Standout assessment for free! This report alone is well worth the price of the book!  Read Mine There are 9 dimensions total and the report ranks them but […]

IBM Survey of CEOs

March 20, 2011


Every two years, IBM surveys CEOs across the globe about the current challeges facing leaders.  This survey has broad implication for organizational strategy, leadership development and leadership selection. The 2010 edition called “Capitalizing on Complexity” is a gold mine of information. This time they surveyed CEOS but also students in Leadership programs such as MBAs. […]

Leadership Development

March 4, 2011


Here is some evidence on Leadership Development from a class paper I wrote on Leadership for Sustainability. Leadership Development IBM conducts a biennial global survey of  over 1500 CEOs.   The 2010 survey asked CEOs to define priority leadership qualities for the next five years.  The top attribute was creativity.  The top attribute defined by […]