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  • Executive Interim Management

    Interim Management began in the Netherlands in the 1970s when business owners across multiple industries, including the Life Sciences, recognized a need for expertise in times of uncertainty. There has been a growing demand in companies for highly skilled candidates to take over job positions and solve current circumstances during a short period of time. […]

  • The Changing Role of HR: How to Prepare

    The Changing Role of HR: How to Prepare

    In the upcoming years, the role of HR will evolve due to different changes in the working environment. Recruiting teams will need to develop new skills, adopt new tools, and master different metrics. Current trends such as digitalisation, the growing importance of data and employee experience will make HR departments grow in importance for firms […]

  • The Dangers of Micromanagement

    The Dangers of Micromanagement

    In the fast-changing world that Life Science firms compete in currently, it is necessary for managers to consistently adjust to sudden changes and to adapt to a new hybrid work model. As a result, companies rely on their employees to continuously innovate and respond to problems efficiently. Pharma and MedTech firms have developed organisational cultures […]

  • Agile Mentality

    Agile Mentality

    The concept of agile mentality began in 2001 in software development firms; however, it has recently expanded to organizations of all sectors of activities including the Life Sciences industry. The agile mindset is a set of attitudes, including respect, collaboration, improvement, ownership, and the ability to adapt to change. Recently, companies have been adjusting their […]

  • Inspiring And Regaining Confidence Post Covid

    Inspiring And Regaining Confidence Post Covid

    One year after the beginning of the health crisis, companies face a new challenge in attempting to regain confidence from less eager employees to return to the workplace. While confidence was a problem in the workplace before the pandemic, the lockdown has made people feel more “impacted” by certain issues. Reasons being the anxiety from […]

  • How Organisations Can Learn from Failures

    How Organisations Can Learn from Failures

    Failure is a common occurrence in business as in wider life. No one sets out to fail but accepting that it happens allows organisations to mitigate the impacts and learn useful lessons. Indeed, failure can present learning opportunities and help to drive organisational improvement. And, in fact, according to research, organisations learn more effectively from […]

  • Welcoming and Integrating New Remote Recruits

    Welcoming and Integrating New Remote Recruits

    Studies are in consensus that the induction of new employees matters well beyond the end of the onboarding period. If employees experience great onboarding, they are 69% more likely to stay at a company for 3 years. Acing this is a challenge in a normal context, but now many companies must intergrate new recruits remotely. […]

  • How Quality Feedback Can Improve Performance

    How Quality Feedback Can Improve Performance

    What am I doing well and successfully? What could I do differently? Is there anything that I should be doing that I am not doing nowadays? What should I improve or work on in the near future? These are questions we should ask ourselves to excel and thrive in our work! And what a more […]

  • Improving Employee Engagement

    Improving Employee Engagement

    In today’s competitive and rapidly evolving business environment, it is critical that organisations engage their workforces, as engaged employees drive business success in numerous areas. Indeed, Gallup found that companies with higher engagement achieved 23% better profitability, 18% less turnover, and 10% higher customer loyalty. There is research which finds links between employee engagement and […]

  • Pharma and HCPs Relationships: A Hybrid Sales Model ?

    Pharma and HCPs Relationships: A Hybrid Sales Model ?For several years, Pharma companies have been insistent the industry needed a new working model. However, the uncertainty of its success fostered apprehension, causing no firms to take the initial step to implement this new model. The industry needed to diversify and optimize its relationship with Health Care Professionals, in a […]