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Helping women rise: Supporting women through sponsorship, allies and mentors

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by Debra Canales, executive vice president and chief administrative officer for Providence St. Joseph Health

If your organization is like most, you’re struggling to find, retain and develop leaders fast enough to fill the vacancies that the baby boomer generation is leaving behind as they retire. We’ve all known that the talent shortage was coming, but now that it is upon us, we’re having to get even more creative about securing the talent that will enable our organizations to succeed well into the future.

There’s good news: women are an under-tapped resource and are ready and able to step into key leadership opportunities! If you’re afraid your female employees aren’t ready for the challenges ahead of them, here are some things that you can do right now to close that gap:

1. Sponsor an employee resource group or other venue for aspiring women leaders. In our organization, Providence St. Joseph Health, I start...(register to read more)

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Mary Hawkins, SP May 22, 2018 at 11:20 am

Deb, Keep up the good work. It is timely and needed, and you do it well!

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