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How To Get (Even) Better At Learning

by Rudy Bier in career
Medical Devices is a field where constant learning is a requirement of success. However, how good a learner are you? You are degree educated and possibly post grad qualified too with an impressive IQ. Your smarts are what got you through school and university and into this industry full of other bright minds.  However, is this belief in your innate intelligence holding you back from being even better at your job? Alternatively, is your concern about having a lower intrinsic intelligence level than your peers blinding you to your potential to outstrip them?  In both cases, quite possibly.  Intriguingly, studies show that people who put real thought into the process...

Delegation: A Pharmaceutical Leaders Biggest Challenge

by Chris Atkinson in career
It is a recognised fact that pharmaceutical and life science employees are some of the hardest working on the planet; it seems to go with the territory doesn’t it. However, we are all human beings, and neither you or your team will deliver the results you want if you work yourself into the ground, as you ‘try’ to do it all. Making the transition from an expert contributor to a recognised and productive leader is not easy. One of the classic challenges you will face is the ability to delegate. All too often this leadership skill proves a stumbling block for many life sciences leaders and managers who have previously excelled in their field as individuals. Now they...

Why Having A Personal Brand Is Crucial In The Life Science Sector

by Mark Nancarrow in employer
Many things have changed in the lifescience and healthcare sector over the last few years. From shifting EU regulations, Digital health and the implications of A.I., and a changing workforce where Millennials across the globe are rapidly moving into crucial leadership roles. Though one thing has not changed; it is people that bring products to market and consequently grow life sciences organisations. Therefore, if you want to stand out as a leader of the future, there is one thing in today's life sciences world that will make you stand out; your personal brand. What is a ‘personal brand’? A personal brand is a relatively new term for something that has been around...

How To Attract High Performing Millennial Talent Into The Life Sciences Sector

by Rudy Bier in career
According to the latest data from Deloitte by 2020  over 70% of the workforce will be made up of Millennial talent.  Many organisations, from large government agencies to small niche biotech companies are wrestling with the problem of how to attract and retain high performing Millennial employees to their organisation.  This workforce group has some unique characteristics, and that means essential strategies need to be used by pharmaceutical and medical devices companies looking to market themselves as attractive destinations for Millenial employees. The success or not of how you do this will have a significant impact on your business growth and culture as you move forward over the next few years.   What Defines Millennials?  Known by two different names (Millennials or Gen Y) this is a generation that attracts...

9 Reasons To Change Your Life Sciences Job This Year

by Rudy Bier in career
Deciding to leave your job is a big decision, and many people find themselves agonising over the choice for a long time.   Here are 9 reasons you should think seriously about changing your life sciences job this year-including one reason you really won’t expect. 1. You’re not being developed.  You are stagnating in your role, and despite your requests to be developed, your manager isn’t offering you further training. You become bored, and opportunities are passing by as you sit on a lower rung of the career ladder.  With the rise of A.I. in life sciences, you need take steps to ensure that your skills can’t be outsourced to technology in the future...
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