Category: Executive

Troy Mc Quagge award-winning performance as the CEO of US health group

Troy Mc Quagge, the year’s award-winning CEO in the Prestigious One Planet Awards, clinched the first position among the multiple organizations vying for the position, proudly taking home the gold medal. The award is one of the most sought after honor for any business executive and personnel by a diverse group of investments and individual. Participants are sourced from public enterprises, private enterprises, government and non-governmental organizations, profit making and non-profit organizations and start-ups altogether giving them a leveled ground to assess their competitive performance.

His co-corporate premier as the CEO of the company took place in 2010 when he immediately took up the task of redesigning the business model from a caged distribution organization as his first move in the US based health advisors. His excellence performance and ideology exhibited from the move resulted in him rising through the ranks super-fast to the position of company’s president in the year 2014. From Troy Mc Quagge’s appointment as US Health’s CEO, the organization has improved its performance in all dimensions including service delivery, profit-making and quality making it a pacesetter in the highly competitive health insurers market.

Troy Mc Quagge affirmed his appreciation towards the award as one of his lifetime’s honour. He appreciated the effort and input of his colleagues, both senior and junior co-workers as an attributing factor to winning the most admired award. He re-affirmed USHEALTH Group’s mantra as providing innovative health care coverage for affordable health care needs to their clients, a goal they are already achieving.

Prestigious One Planet Awards does not only award firms for their outstanding performances, but also acts as a key motivation in how a company performs, offers services and standard of their products. To ensure an extensive reach in all corporate performers, the awards are further categorized in different sections which are teams, executives, marketing, public relations, communications, products and services. The categories do not only ensure that all corporate participants are touched, but also ensure that an organization ensures that all its areas are performing exceptionally. Their awarding metrics are also standardized according to the level of organization and personnel offering a leveled competition ground as per participants’ capacity. Click here for detailed information regarding the One Planet awards, terms and conditions and how to participate.

USHEALTH Group, Inc. is a Texas-based insurance service provider whose focus is on self-employed business owners with small upcoming enterprises. Their executive staff have top notch customer service delivering pocket-friendly insurance products that are next to none. Know more:http://www.prweb.com/releases/2016/08/prweb13623854.htm

 

Susan McGalla: Empowering Women to Break Through the Glass Ceiling

Whether acknowledged or not, glass ceilings, limiting the advancement of women within many organizations, are an unfortunate reality. Gender discrimination inhibits women’s growth in the workplace and prevents them from achieving high level positions despite the fact that they often have equivalent skills sets to the men who occupy those roles.

Susan McGalla, former president of American Eagle Outfitters, has bucked this trend in a notable way. When she started working at the company in 1994, all of the top positions belonged to men and she left the company in 2009 as president. Subsequently founding her own consulting firm, P3 Consulting, McGalla now doubles as the Pittsburgh Steelers’ Vice President for Creative Strategy and Business Development. She is a sought after speaker and motivator on women’s advancement in the workplace.

McGalla doesn’t believe that women are lacking networking opportunities and initiatives to help them advance in the workplace. There are no shortage of these. According to McGalla, there is a significant institutional obstacle which is hindering women’s career growth: Men. Specifically, there are too many of them at the top. Without other women who can prop them up, McGalla says, women will remain at a severe disadvantage, stuck in an endless cycle of genderq discrimination and career stagnation.

According to McGalla, the real answer to the gender gap dilemma is for women to find a passionate male advocate within their company who will volunteer women to lead major projects and occupy important roles within the organization. This will help create opportunities for aspiring, career minded women, and will in turn, develop opportunities qqfor others who follow the lead of these women who were propelled to leadership roles.

Susan McGalla grew up with brothers and a football coach father and was not treated any differently because of her gender. She was taught to work hard and engage the world with boldness, creativity and confidence. She has never allowed gender to hinder her career aspirations and growth and she is determined to empower other women to have that same attitude. With more women like Susan McGalla, that infamous glass ceiling may soon just be a thing of the past.