Five Strategies Every Business Woman in Healthcare can use to Maximize Your Leadership Capacity and Advance your Career
29 January 2019
10110 E Dry Creek Road
Centennial, CO 80112
Did you know…
Women in healthcare make up the majority of the workforce, yet hold only 19 percent of hospital CEO positions, and head up only 4 percent of healthcare companies?
This interactive session with Christina Haxton is designed for women who are ready to take action to provide value for their clients, colleagues and organization and maximize their leadership capacity. Participants will walk away from this interactive session with practical tools to:
- Discover the #1 obstacle to advancing your career and how to overcome it
- Learn what the CEO wants you to stop doing immediately and what to start doing instead
- Identify the top five strategies you can apply right away so you can get noticed and add tremendous value to your customers, your boss and your organization
Christina Haxton, is the founder and chief solution-finder at the Center for Sustainable Strategies who helps business leaders, executives and CEOs stop the problem of finger-pointing, excuse-making, blaming or tolerating underperformers, otherwise known as “the cop out syndrome” – a persistent problem in companies today which causes projects to go off the rails and A-players and key employees to walk out the door when they get a better offer. The Center for Sustainable Strategies’ training programs improve a manager and their team’s ability to resolve conflict, take ownership of their tasks, take initiative to solve problems and make decisions with an average of 35 percent improvement up to 12 months post-training, a sustainable change.
Founder and chief solution-finder, Center for Sustainable Strategies