Assessing Executive Potential

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Assessing Executive Potential

In this episode, Gary speaks with Alexis Stiles, Global Healthcare Practice Leader, Spencer Stuart. They discuss career progressions and what the healthcare industry can do to support women executives.
December 28, 2022

Assessing Executive Potential

Meet Alexis Stiles: 

Alexis Stiles leads Spencer Stuart’s Global Healthcare Practice. She is also a member of the Firm’s CEO and Board Practices and currently chairs the firm’s Nominations Committee. Prior to Spencer Stuart, she was an Engagement Manager for McKinsey & Company. She received a Bachelor’s in Psychology and an MBA from the University of Michigan.

Key Insights: 

Alexis Stiles discusses career progressions and how women in leadership can be supported by others.

Advising and Recruiting CEOs. The role of a consultant has evolved in the 25 years that Alexis has worked in the healthcare industry. She now leads Spencer Stuart’s Global Healthcare Practice spanning the firm’s work in all aspects of healthcare.

How COVID Has Affected Leadership. The burnout of frontline staff is requiring CEOs to be more engaged and visible with what is going on in the organization. Many health systems are looking for their leader to be clear around their mission and vision.

Advice to Young Leaders. Deliberately think about your career and have goals in mind. That being said, don’t be so stuck on those goals that you don’t take opportunities that come your way.

This episode is hosted by Gary Bisbee, Ph.D. He is the Founder, Chairman, and CEO of Think Medium.

Relevant Links: 

○ Read more about Alexis Stiles 

Read “Spotlight on Innovation at the 2022 Health Evolution Summit” By Alexis Stiles

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