Tag Archives: women

A spotlight on boardroom culture & values

We all speak about the importance of culture in the workplace and the boardroom, but why do we have a hard time defining it, describing it, and identifying ways to improve it? It could be that we are trying to over-complicate quite a simple need… the need to be heard.  A need to be heard…

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The next generation of innovators and leaders

Peter Kinsey, Chair and CEO of Iris Care Group and Bruce Moore, CEO of Housing 21 have a long and impressive career catalogue. When they met at a recent sector dinner they found their conversation referring to the next generation of changemakers. From that chance meeting, the pair have partnered with industry publication Care Talk…

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Finding Women Leaders in Healthcare

How can organisations within the healthcare sector find female leaders? In the UK today, the gender gap between men and women is decreasing every year with a record number of women securing leadership roles at FTSE 100 companies. Nevertheless, within healthcare, it is still men who command the large majority of leadership positions. In the…

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