Leadership

Leadership

Women in Health Care Leadership: Keynote Speaker Kay Hunter explains why women must be strategic about their personal and professional image

Kay Hunter, an image consultant, says a strategic personal brand can make a significant difference in whether a woman will attain personal and professional success. After working in “corporate America” for 18 years, she left her role as a senior vice president for human resources to establish Kay Hunter Image and help women develop a professional presence so they won’t be overlooked for bigger and better roles. Hunter, who will be the keynote speaker at The 3rd Annual RISE National Women in Health Care Leadership Summit, April 29-30, in San Diego, talked to RISE about how women can best develop their personal and professional image.

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Women in Health Care Leadership: Dr. Tiffany A. Love on how to overcome setbacks and help develop diverse health care executives

It’s common to hear positive stories about how leaders rose in the ranks to the executive suite. But not all leadership journeys are easy. Tiffany A. Love, Ph.D., regional chief nursing officer for Coastal Health Care Alliance, will discuss her own bumpy road to the C-suite at The 3rd Annual RISE National Women in Health Care Leadership Summit , April 29-30, in San Diego. RISE talked to Love ahead of the conference about her thoughts on leadership development, diversity, and the need for women to support one another.

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Women in Health Care Leadership: Judy Hoberman on the glass floor, the #MeToo movement, and resilience

Judy Hoberman, a coach, trainer, and author of “Walking on the Glass Floor” and “Selling in a Skirt,” will be a featured speaker next April at the Women in Health Care Leadership Summit in San Diego. Her presentation will focus on how to ask for what you want and what you’re worth during negotiations. RISE caught up with this dynamic speaker to ask her about the different leadership styles of men and women, what she means by the glass floor, the unintended consequences of the #MeToo movement, and how to bounce back from failure.