Encompass Communications and Learning, Inc. was honored this month as a finalist in the “Learning Content” provider category for the 2023 Excellence Awards, presented annually by the Life Sciences Trainers & Educators Network.
Encompass Communications and Learning announced today the launch of Cultivate. This fully customizable suite of reinforcement solutions is designed to foster application in the flow of work to ensure training produces results that last.
Encompass Communications and Learning, Inc., announced today it has become a corporate sponsor of the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association (HBA). “As a training and communications company that’s dedicated to life sciences,” said Jon Madden, Encompass managing partner, president, and chief financial officer, “we’re proud to partner with the HBA in its work of furthering the advancement and impact of women in the business of healthcare.”
You’ve likely been there before: paired up with someone who wasn’t a good fit. Maybe they had different goals. Perhaps you used dissimilar communication styles or they didn’t contribute the knowledge and skills you needed. Maybe you just weren’t compatible. It happens.
Encompass Communications and Learning—along with longstanding client and partner, Teva Pharmaceuticals—received the Industry Partnership LTEN Excellence Award from the Life Sciences Trainers & Educators Network (LTEN).
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