Greed. Ruthlessness. Self-centredness. Traits associated with corporate leadership. But are those qualities the ones required to make you a good leader? Organisational psychologist Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic […]
We’ve all known a great leader. They inspire us to take heroic actions. They push us beyond our capabilities. They are committed to us as employees just as much as they are committed to company goals.
Many exceptional leaders would be just as effective in any industry, but there are nuances in the BioPharma world that can make or break a leader’s success.
After 20+ years of hiring executive teams, these are the qualities that spell success for BioPharma leaders…
Management is not often a job anyone sets out to do. To do it well requires constant energy and is almost always a thankless job – line reports tend not to realise the effort you’re putting into being a great manager.
We’ve all had at least one sub-standard manager in our time. One who undermined us, or was never around, or just didn’t ‘get’ us. It’s frustrating and hard work – after all, aren’t they supposed to be the experienced ones enabling us to be better at our jobs, not make us dread every Monday morning?
Lots of people fall into people management by accident. They are the best they can be at their job and their next promotion comes with…