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Monthly Highlights, March 2022
When you’re the captain of a ship, both the vessel and the voyage rest on your shoulders—whether the water is calm or rough. The same is true for CEOs, and, invariably, a crisis will call for course correcting, recovery, and learning. This month, our featured stories offer leadership lessons from 67 CEOs of some of the world’s most successful companies and lay out the shared character traits that enable the best leaders to navigate inevitable storms. Other highlights in this month’s issue include the following topics:
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  • lessons leaders can take from the yearslong pandemic to garner more success in 2022
  • the potential of FemTech to help better match resources, talent, and capital to women’s unmet health needs
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