How women leaders are set to soar in a post-pandemic world

Top communicators from Methodist Le Bonheur Health, Con Edison, CBRE and Bristol-Meyers Squibb share how they are thinking about leadership and gender in the months ahead.

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Women leaders share guidance

Women’s History Month is over—but many business leaders are still grappling with the issues facing women in the workplace.

The COVID-19 crisis has revealed some deep fault lines in American culture, and women have absorbed more than their fair share of suffering more during the ongoing global health crisis. Nearly 3 million women have left the workforce in the past year. Many more have missed out on opportunities for promotion and professional development during the pandemic.

These gender-based inequities are top-of-mind for communicators, including some members of Ragan’s Communications Leadership Council. We assembled a group for a panel conversation, “The Role of Women Leaders in a Post-Pandemic World,” about how to support women leaders and help women rebound after a year of catastrophic experiences in the workplace.

Diane Schwartz

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