FAIRFIELD, N.J., Sept. 28, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Each fall, the Healthcare Businesswomen's Association (HBA) hosts leaders from all sectors of healthcare, including pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device, hospital, payers and service companies, who gather to build business connections for a sustainable leadership advantage, learn from thought leaders to broaden perspectives and to expand their business acumen.
HBA's 2016 Annual Conference, on November 2 to 4 in St. Louis, begins with three half-day pre-conference seminars. Over 900 attendees will learn from the exciting plenary presentations including keynote speaker Tan Le and Jazz Impact featuring Michael Gold PhD, more than 20 interactive workshops, multiple network-building opportunities and an exhibit hall.
The HBA is pleased to announce single ticket items and day passes offering special rates for individuals local to the St. Louis area and those who are unable to attend the entire conference. These rates are available for:
Confidence When It Counts
Learn confidence-related skillsets that position you for next-level opportunities. Learn how to speak up without hesitation, gain the confidence of senior leaders and leverage perfectionistic tendencies to show strategic thinking.
Building Relational Capital
Identify and assess your most important business relationships and develop a plan to strengthen these relationships, creating relational "capital gains" with every business contact. A concept-to-action roadmap will be introduced to track actions and measure results as you apply these practical principles in your own professional setting.
Activating Your Entrepreneurial Mindset
Explore 14 dimensions linked to entrepreneurial mindset, seven personality characteristics and seven skills, and review the results of your personal Entrepreneurial Mindset Profile™ (EMP), with the goal of identifying both strengths and areas for further development.
Mercy Virtual Care Center, The World's First Virtual Care Center
Tour the only facility fully dedicated to providing virtual care. This nerve center for delivering telemedicine and telehealth services is designed to bring together the best minds for providing individualized patient care, developing optimized workflow processes and advancing technological innovations to transform healthcare
Venture Café and Cortex
Venture Cafe St. Louis is a nonprofit organization that creates opportunities for innovators to serendipitously collide. Its weekly gathering attracts 525 people and offers numerous education. The organization looks at innovation in bioscience, healthcare, education, government, advanced manufacturing, arts, nonprofits and other sectors.
One day pass for Thursday, November 3
The day begins with a fitness activity, includes plenary presentation by keynote speaker Tan Le, two workshop sessions, a poster session, exhibit hall and main stage presentations.
Reception at City Museum
Get ready to explore the quirky and the unexpected at St. Louis' most unusual museum. Exhibits inside this you've-got-to-see-it-to-believe-it facility include man-made caves, a walkthrough whale, multi-story slides, an architecture museum, an in-house circus and lots of art made from recycled materials.
About the HBA
The Healthcare Businesswomen's Association (HBA) is a global nonprofit organization, with chapters in the US and Europe, committed to: achieving gender parity in leadership positions; facilitating career and business connections and providing effective practices that enable organizations to realize the full potential of their female talent. The HBA accomplishes its mission through strong business networks, education, research, advocacy, and recognition for individuals and companies. For more information, visit www.HBAnet.org
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Last updated on: 28/09/2016
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