What My Mentors Have Taught Me from the New York Times
On January 20, the HBA St. Louis Chapter launched its 2010 program series with a primer on social media entitled "Social Media as a Growth Strategy – Professionally and Personally."
Each month the HBA Greater Philadelphia Chapter Board of Directors recognize the efforts of one of our many wonderful volunteers who contribute their time, talent and energy to help the Chapter fulfill the organization’s mission to further the advancement of women in healthcare worldwide. Congratulations to our volunteers!
In 2009, the 14 Healthcare Businesswomen's Association (HBA) Chapters and Affiliates offered a record-setting 201 programs—65% more than the initial expectation of 125 programs. Given this trend— and the successful development of 18–month program calendars by nearly all of the chapters and affiliates—the HBA has added more resources to support local programming efforts.
Interested in expanding your leadership skills? Leadership opportunities are available in many Healthcare Business Women Association (HBA) Chapters and Affiliates.
The HBA Metro Chapter is pleased to announce the 1st Annual HBA Metro Chapter Charity Golf Tournament benefiting Tomorrows Children’s Fund of the Hackensack University Medical Center. The event will be held on Monday, June 28, 2010 at the Architects Golf Club in Phillipsburg, NJ.
“Anyone can use social media effectively,” noted Shawn Slevin, President of P3 HR Consulting and speaker for this HBA Metro event.
More ways to network! HBA-GP now has a Facebook page for our chapter. Now it's easier than ever to connect with other members, stay up date with chapter news and events, check out our photos, and more! It’s your chance to join the discussion—give us your opinion, tell us how we’re doing, ask a question. Follow us.
Work. Family. Community. Self. “Total Leadership: How to be a Better Leader and Have a Richer Life” was the theme at the HBA Metro Chapter evening seminar held at Merck on Dec. 7th.
The best way to get anything out of an organization such as the HBA is to invest something of yourself in it.