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Interview from the HIMSS Big Data and Healthcare Analytics Forum, San Francisco, CA, May 2017

Written about the leadership concepts discussed in the book and taught in the class

The Leadership Mix: Healthcare Execs are Born and Made
Are leaders born, or are they made? This is a question that Bryan Bennett often grapples with.
He had always considered himself a natural-born leader. In fact, he focused his career almost entirely around leadership. But when he taught one of his first leadership courses, he struggled with the idea that leaders were neither born nor made. In writing one of his books, he settled on an answer — leaders are both born and made.
Becker’s Hospital Review, November 7, 2017

Healthcare Analytics Leadership, It’s Complicated
Training programs for cultivating leaders often focus too much on skills and not enough on process, says Bryan Bennett, executive director of the Healthcare Center for Excellence.
Healthcare IT News, May 16, 2017


“The lessons and practices [in the book] will make all of us better leaders and most importantly, will directly benefit those patients and families we serve.”
– David Feinberg, President & CEO, Geisinger Health

“This is one of the best and most powerful leadership books I have read. I believe he has found an elixir for making all of us better leaders.”
– Jim Mattes, President & CEO, Grande Ronde Hospital

“I highly recommend reading and following [Bryan’s] leadership book. He is a remarkable person. The world needs more people like Bryan Bennett.”
– Scott Becker, Publisher, Becker’s Hospital Review

“Prescribing Leadership in Healthcare is a book readers will want to come back to again and again.”
– Tom Sullivan, Editor-in-Chief, Healthcare IT News

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Upcoming Training

Separating Real Leaders from Pretenders  (Webinar)
Tue, January 23 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm CST

Understanding & Managing Your Leadership Influences  (Webinar)
Wed, January 31 @1:00 pm – 2:00 pm CST

Professional Leadership Training  (Online Course)
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Upcoming Speaking Events

Becker’s Hospital Review 9th Annual Meeting
The Personalized Leadership Journey
Chicago, IL
April 14, 2018

MEGA – Predictive Analytics World
The DataScienceStein Approach to Building a Data Science Function
Las Vegas, NV
June 5, 2018

Becker’s Healthcare 16th Annual Spine, Orthopedic and Pain Management-Driven ASC Conference + The Future of Spine
How Leadership is Like Golf
Chicago, IL
June 16, 2018

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