About the Founder

Bin Yang 

Ms. Bin Yang is the Founder and Managing Director of The Prince Synergy, focusing on building exceptional leaders to strengthen society and reducing healthcare costs.  Ms. Yang enjoys seeing others at their best and  helping them achieve the goal.

Although passionate about Business and Law, Ms. Yang first went to medical school due to her parents and got the nickname “X-Ray.” Unlike other doctors, she helped her patients meet challenges and handle setback.  Many patients recovered quickly, including  the same day,  with minimum re-occurrence, and saved a lot of time and money.   That was how she invented the 6Q Approach.  However, it is inefficient for her to help people one at a time in the hospitals.  Then she was “offered” the opportunity to explore the solutions.

Most institutions, including top MBAs, offer their leadership development program with IQ, EQ and behavior tools alone and waste years due to “intractable issues.”  By getting to the root cause of behavior via the 6Q Approach, Yang has helped many leaders take their leadership to Level 5be an exceptional CEO, get talent ready quickly and solve other tough issues.  In addition, she has authored the books: What Stops Leaders from Good to Great (2017) and many other articles at Forbes and other media.

The skyrocketing healthcare cost has threatened almost every business and individual, whose root causes are also partial approaches– healthcare cannot handle non-health causes efficiently but becomes endless and expensive symptom relieves, and many ER visits, surgeries, and treatments are unnecessary.  By integrating the 6Q talent management with healthcare, businesses and individuals can reduce healthcare cost and optimize healthcare quality and productivity at the same time.   Her recent article, “Build Level 5 Leadership vs. Beat Rising Healthcare Cost,” has impressed many CEOs at Fortune 500 companies and others.

Ms. Bin Yang is a live sample of how she minimizes “intractable issues.”  She was rear-ended in 1997 and suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury.  However, she got zero compensation from the US Supreme Court while many experts predicted she would never recover.  She decided to apply for the U.S. Medical License Examinations (USMLE) to recover herself and passed all three steps of USMLE in 2.5 years.  Then she joined national brain research, did residencies in Psychiatry at Texas Tech University and Internal Medicine at a UCLA-affiliated hospital 2004-2006, and received many excellent letters of recommendation.

When asked why she founded The Prince Synergy, Yang replied, “No system can guarantee individuals’ human rights but their own capacity.  It is more meaningful to help people before they go to the hospitals.  It is much more efficient to empower millions at one time by building exceptional leaders and smart AI systems!”