In our Diversity Resource Library, you’ll find articles, eBooks, and other resources on topics related to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI).
Diversity Resource Library
A commitment to diversity usually starts at the top of an organization, and Aetna President Karen Lynch is pleased that her employer is routinely recognized for the fact that its board is 40 percent female. But she knows there is more to be done.
Diversity fuels Karen Lynch’s leadership at Aetna
Sooner or later, anyone who spends time around Sue Schick is going to hear her philosophy for life: Pay it forward.
Sue Schick’s ‘pay it forward’ philosophy has deep and powerful roots
Roanoke, Virginia, used to be a train town. Railroads carved their tracks into the community on the edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains, and Roanoke’s manufacturing of steam locomotives helped make a name for the Norfolk & Western Railway. Even the first hospital came into existence because train workers needed care.
Nancy Howell Agee and her team help rejuvenate a region with Carilion’s success
If a Fortune 50 company needed a turnaround artist, few CEOs would be in as much demand as Ventas Inc.’s Debra Cafaro
From lawyer to leader: Debra Cafaro's turnaround of Ventas a remarkable, evolving success story
The volatility of the healthcare industry has Yale-New Haven Health System CEO Marna Borgstrom reassessing her thinking about leadership, and how to best support the development of her executive team.
Healthcare's volatility has Marna Borgstrom rethinking how her organization develops leaders
It’s a rhetorical question, but an honest one, as Beverly Malone, now the CEO of the National League for Nursing, looks over the breadth of her career.
Once a reluctant leader, Beverly Malone inspires countless nurses with skills that earned her a seat alongside royalty
Deborah DiSanzo knew that IBM Watson Health was a strong company with a superior product, but she didn’t know it would personally transform her life.
IBM Watson Health's Deborah DiSanzo knew her company could change patients' lives. She didn't know hers would be one of them.