Amplifying Her Voice: Women in Healthcare Leadership

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According to an analysis from McKinsey & Company and LeanIn.Org released in August, women only make up 30% of the healthcare C-suite, while accounting for 66% of entry-level healthcare roles. To break through the glass ceiling to the C-suite, women must support each other.

Leaders in the C-suite should sponsor and mentor those serving below them. Women looking to advance their careers should focus on building rapport and accept appropriate opportunities. And organizations should assist women in their workforce with disproportionate load through programs and resources.

In this roundtable, a panel of women C-suite executives discusses these topics and more on how they serve as women in healthcare leadership. Download to read the full report.