Friday 22 January 2021, 12.00-1.30
This is an exclusive event for those with one to five years’ experience in healthcare business intelligence, who would like to share their viewpoint on business intelligence with like-minded individuals. The aims of the session is to uncover the opportunities where the BHBIA can better support the next leaders in our industry in their BI career pathway.
Objectives for the event:
- For you to connect with peers from the day(s) you’ve attended in the past and meet with attendees from similar events;
- As an exclusive and important group, share your views with BHBIA Board members who want to listen and learn from you, and understand your needs and how the BHBIA can do more to meet them.
This is intended to be a very informal get together. Please feel free to bring your lunch and eat it whilst we chat!
- Introduction and objectives
- Your involvement with the BHBIA - reasons for engagement, any reasons for not getting involved
- Reflections on the BHBIA event you attended (if applicable) – what did you learn? Has it been of value in your career to date?
- Awareness of other BHBIA events and activities
- Connect with your peers
- A chance to catch up in small groups
- Your development needs and career aspirations
- What are your current career aspirations and how do you see your career progressing?
- What have you found to be most useful to you as your career progresses? (e.g. training – company/external, mentoring, comparing notes with peers etc.)
- What more could the BHBIA do to support you?
- Where have you found the BHBIA has been of value to you, if at all?
- What should the BHBIA be doing specifically to meet the needs of those newer to the industry?
- How could How could the BHBIA accompany you as your career develops to help you achieve your goals?
- Opportunities for involvement in moving the ideas forward
This event is free to attend, but places are limited.
Please let us know if you find later that you can't make it, so that we can give your place to someone else in the event that we are oversubscribed.