With women taking on C-Suite roles at companies like PepsiCo, Inc., Hewlett-Packard and General Motors, we’ve certainly come a long way from the days of women staying home to care for the household while the men went off to work long hours at the office.
Everywhere I look, there is some reminder of the upcoming election. (There’s a job I won’t be signing up for!) But then it struck me-sometimes, being a nurse is like being President.
Nearly 50 Percent of Women Say That Too Much Personal Sacrifice Is at Stake NEW YORK (June 13, 2013): Amidst the ongoing discussions of women in the workplace and the opportunity for women to assume leadership positions, new research finds that Millennial women, surprisingly, have little interest or desire to assume a top leadership position.
AURORA, Colo. – April 19, 2012 – Today’s academic environment has expanded the role of deans and directors of nursing education to go beyond curriculum development to include managing resource planning, designing new education delivery models and mapping program objectives to outcomes assessments, while navigating new laws, regulations and industry trends. But many nurse educators […]