The timing is never going to be perfect, and it takes a lot of work to make it happen, but every leader needs to take a vacation every now and then, says Sue Schade. A real one.
Whether it’s permanent or an interim position, being the new CIO means drinking from the fire hose, and getting to know executives and clinical chairs by asking four key questions, says Sue Schade.
With Women’s History Month drawing to a close, Sue Schade found inspiration by speaking with two leaders on how organizations can better support initiatives focused on developing women in IT.
Every organization has opportunities for improvement. As the new leader, it’s up to you to identify them and carve out your role, says Sue Schade, who recently started an interim CIO engagement.
“When we encourage and develop women, we help everyone,” says Sue Schade, recognizing the trailblazers who have helped forge a new path for women in areas like technology and science.