HBA Masterclass Series
In support of HBA’s mission to further the advancement and impact of women in the business of healthcare, we recognize and support the connection between education, continuing development, and career growth. From October 30 to November 3, 2023 (Monday – Friday), the HBA Mid-Atlantic Region - Philadelphia Chapter will present five consecutive educational events from 12 pm – 1 pm ET daily, delivered by faculty from five leading regional universities that offer advanced degree programs of interest to our members. These topics will be grouped together and presented as a “curriculum” for one registration fee. The faculty will cover ethical leadership, marketing in a changing world, group facilitation skills, the forces shaping healthcare policy, and how to develop an entrepreneurial mindset. Registration includes admission to all five virtual events, access to event recordings, and recognition of completion. HBA members and non-members – women and men – are welcome to join us. Registrants will also have the option of taking an entrepreneurial assessment test prior to the last session (additional $25.00 cost payable online to Drexel). Details to follow.
The Virtues and Vices Pinwheel of Authentic Leadership
Denise Potosky, PhD
Professor of Management and Organization
Pennsylvania State University, Great Valley School of Graduate Professional Studies
Marketing in 21st Century - The 10 Pillars of Meaningful Marketing: Building a Lasting Marketing System in a Changing World
Jeff James, MS
Assistant Professor of Marketing
College of Business and Leadership
Facilitating Groups & Teams: Building Trust During Accelerating Change
Ken Weidner, PhD
Assistant Professor of Management
Saint Joseph’s University
Healthcare Policy - The Economic Forces and Policy Shaping Healthcare
Kurt Miceli, MD, MBA
SVP Adult Behavioral Health, Elwyn
Adjunct Professor, Villanova School of Business
Developing Your Entrepreneurial Mindset
Barrie E. Litzky, PhD
Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship
Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship
This event will take place virtually. The Zoom details will be emailed to you upon registration.
Event is open to: HBA Members and Non-members
Online registration deadline: 30 Oct
Onsite (walk -in) registration: Is Not Allowed
1. Understand ethical and authentic leadership.
2. Identify best practices on facilitating groups and teams and how to implement.
3. Learn about building a lasting marketing system in a changing world.
4. Gain deeper knowledge on the topic of healthcare policy.
5. Understand how to develop your entrepreneurial mindset.
Assistant Professor of Marketing,
Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship,
Drexel University Charles D. Close School
Miceli, MD, MBA
SVP Adult Behavioral Health, Elwyn, Adjunct Professor, School of Business,
Assistant Professor of Management,
Saint Joseph's University
|Regular Registration||$75.00 / €75.00||$100.00 / €100.00
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By registering for this event, I fully understand that my participation in the program is purely voluntary. I desire to participate and agree to act reasonably and prudently under the circumstances. I further understand that any HBA volunteers participating in the activity will act individually and will not represent the HBA. As a condition to my participation the activity, I waive and release the HBA and their officers, employees, and agents from any claim that I may have for any damage to property or injury to my person that may result in whole or in part from my participation.
Special Needs Policy
The HBA will make reasonable modifications to policies and programs to ensure that people with special needs can enjoy all of its programs. Contact us if you require special accommodations for this event.