Healthcare Leadership and Innovation

Barriers to Breaking the Glass Ceiling

  • 1.  Barriers to Breaking the Glass Ceiling

    Posted 01-08-2019 13:21

    What a great way to begin the New Year!  My article Breaking the Glass Ceiling: Structural, Cultural, and Organizational Barriers Preventing Women from Achieving Senior and Executive Positions that was published in AHIMA's Perspectives was referenced last week in the Conversation US: The Conversation US arose out of deep-seated concerns for the fading quality of our public discourse – and recognition of the vital role that academic experts can play in the public arena.  To view the piece and the reference and hyperlink to my article In AHIMA Perspectives, see https://theconversation.com/women-who-ran-for-congress-avoided-womens-issues-in-their-campaign-ads-109211

    The specific reference is quoted here: "As Merida L. Johns of the Monarch Center for Women's Leadership Development makes clear, just because individual women are high achievers does not mean the structural barriers inhibiting women's advancement have been removed."



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    Merida Johns
    Consultant
    RHIA,Ph.D. merida@themonarchctr.com
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  • 2.  RE: Barriers to Breaking the Glass Ceiling

    Posted 01-08-2019 15:19
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    So awesome, Merida! What a great advocate and voice you are for women. Thank you!

     

    Patty T Sheridan, MBA, RHIA, FAHIMA

    SVP, Life Sciences

    Ciox Health

    312-718-3871

    Follow me on Twitter @pattytsheridan

     




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  • 3.  RE: Barriers to Breaking the Glass Ceiling

    Posted 01-09-2019 08:32
    Kudos, Merida, it is rewarding to have a forward thinking, issue addressing professional in our field! Your voice is being heard, and it is powerful.

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    Denise Van Fleet Program Coordinator, Bachelor HIM, Rasmussen College
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