Gender in the Job Interview
"Women and men seeking executive roles frequently present themselves differently," writes Robin Mamlet in The Chronicle of Higher Education, "and the differences typically do not work to the advantage of the female candidates."
Why Leaders Shouldn't Fear Employee Turnover
Turnover has gotten a bad rap. It should be viewed as a necessary part of business sustainability and growth.
The CNIO's Turn in Healthcare Leadership: Part 2
Part 2 of the Q&A with Chris Wierz and Kate Gamble of HealthSystemCIO.com.
Interview Tips for Executive Candidates
Reminders of what to do (and not to do) for executives looking to ace an interview and ascend to a new role.
Population Health Is for Rural Hospitals, Too
In times of uncertainty rural healthcare organizations can take fresh approaches to population health, write Steve Long of Hancock Regional and Beth Nelson of Witt/Kieffer.
The CNIO's Turn in Healthcare Leadership
What's the role of today's CNIO in healthcare? Witt/Kieffer's Chris Wierz and Kate Gamble of HealthSystemCIO.com explore.
A New Twist on Turnover
Employee turnover is a challenge for every organization, but it can also be viewed as an opportunity, writes Witt/Kieffer CHRO Debra Jerome.
Jabbar Bennett: Listening to One's Own Leadership Voice
Northwestern University's head of diversity and inclusion, Dr. Jabbar R. Bennett, arrived at his chosen position by heeding the voice inside his head to pursue a calling that would give him both purpose and peace of mind.
Myths about the Hire-ability of Military Medical Officers
Military officers who transition into civilian leadership roles have much to offer, as long as employers get beyond frequently held myths about these executives.
Introverts and Interviews
Introverts can think strategically about how to use their strengths to their advantage in interviewing situations, writes Witt/Kieffer consultant Amy Crutchfield.
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