Is it possible to be a feminine CEO and still kick goals? Aged care service provider Benetas CEO Sandra Hills certainly believes so.
Barton Private Hospital CEO Jessy McGowan loves her job. Originally a nurse, she keeps the hospital running smoothly and morale high. She shares her day.
A growing problem in health care is that many highly competent health professionals, even in senior roles, struggle unnecessarily with feeling incompetent.
If a crisis struck your organisation, what would you do? Competent leaders can be undone in a crisis, affecting both their business and personal reputation.
Running the Purple House dialysis centres in remote Central Australia is not easy, but Sarah Brown is not your standard CEO. She shares her leadership journey.
It was the people who believed in HISA CEO Dr Louise Schaper who gave her the confidence to believe in herself.
Dr Lesley Braun's willingness to 'get out and try' has led to unexpected career opportunities. She shares her story and lessons learned.
Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices ANZ's Managing Director, Susan Martin, on why female managers need to stop placing constraints on themselves.
As a young mother and sole breadwinner, ACN CEO Kylie Ward was motivated by both need and ambition to pursue a career in nursing management.
With 80% of HESTA's 850K members women, gender diversity and equality are at the top of CEO Debby Blakey's agenda.
Recently recognised with an Order of Australia for her leadership roles in psychiatry and medical administration, and now CEO of the National Mental Health Commission, Dr Peggy Brown shares the lessons she's learned during her 30-year career.
GS1 Australia CEO Maria Palazzolo talks about her career, her advice for women seeking leadership roles and her proudest moments.
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What happens when you merge two hospitals into one, bringing two passionate teams, two cultures and two different ways of working together?
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