The retirement of Baby Boomers is creating a huge opportunity for millennial healthcare professionals to move up in their careers. Patty White, who started as a nurse, held a wide variety of positions throughout her career, and recently retired as the CEO of Dignity Health’s flagship hospital, St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center. In this article, she gives the younger generation advice for fast-tracking their path to leadership. Read more over at American Nurse, the official journal of the American Nurses Association if you want to find out what millennials have to offer as leaders, what skills they need, and how they can best acquire them, how they can indicate to management that they want to move up, and what pitfalls they should watch out for.
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