Are you a young leader, aged 21 to 39, working in the life sciences? Join us at Bicom’s Life Science Young Leaders: 10 Habits of a Successful Young Leader. Becoming a successful leader in the ever-growing life science industry requires hard work, dedication and, of course, leadership skills. Amy Bergen, Vice President of Business Development at The Leadership Edge has been selected as a panelist and will share professional industry knowledge about what it takes.
For many years, the topic of measuring a return on investment from your learning and development programs has often been met with skepticism, evasiveness, a quick change of topic or a somewhat confusing explanation. Yet the business impact of these programs can indeed be measured when the right questions are asked and validated processes and accountability are in place. Here’s how…Read More
Your evolution from scientist to becoming a leader takes courage, collaboration, a commitment to learning and grit. Sound familiar? That’s right, the very things that make you a great scientist can be leveraged to make you a successful manager. Here are 5 tips that are definitely worth reading and practicing.
A Woman’s Way To Negotiating For Career Success
By Gaylene Xanthopoulos, President, The Leadership Edge
Do you dream big? Do you aspire to enrich or advance your career, or perhaps to become a leader in your organization? You aren’t alone. 98.4% of women want to be promoted according to the Women in Technology International Survey conducted in 2016. After developing women leaders in the life sciences over the past 28 years, we’ve learned a few things that can help you to not only dream big dreams but to make them your reality.
Completely redesigned from the ground up, the 25th Anniversary Edition of From The Laboratory To Leadership, develops the skills and knowledge of first time and developing managers in life science companies, taking them from competent technical managers to capable business leaders.