Leadership takes courage.
Being a young healthcare CEO is a tough job. But it can be even more challenging (and isolating) for young BIPOC women.
Natalie Lamberton shares the lessons she learned through this experience as a young black female CEO. She found mentors and models who inspired and empowered her to take ownership of this role. And she used grit and courage to find her voice as she learned to fully appreciate the weight of her responsibilities as a healthcare executive.
Listen to find out:
Bio: Natalie Lamberton is the CEO of Denver Springs Behavioral Health Hospital and co-author of The Emerging Leader: A field guide.
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