Jul 21
Developing Women Leaders
Joining us today is Advanced Practice Registered Nurse, Certified Professional Coach, and author of several books, Helen Thamm to talk about developing women leaders.

Are there special or certain challenges that women face in developing a leadership style? And what happens if no one teaches you how to manage others before they place you in a management position? Helen has experienced all of that and more and now helps others to navigate what can be a challenging road by providing wisdom from her own journey.

We talk about the role of mentors in both professional and personal lives as well as some of the things that divides good leaders from great leaders.

Listen in and pick up some tools that you, yourself, can use in your career and in your life!

For more information about Helen, her work, and her books, please visit www.nursecareersuccess.com and you can also email her at nursecareersuccess@rtconnect.net.

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