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).
These tips can empower the field to make a difference. The field trainer may be the most underutilized role across the life sciences industry and companies are suffering as a result.
Many are struggling with stress, anxiety and depression. L&D can help. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to challenge almost every aspect of our lives, particularly the ways we work.
Strategic innovation advisor Alex Manu first coined the “imagination gap” as the difference between current capability and future possibility. Manu and many researchers assert that to solve our biggest challenges, we must incorporate creative thinking into the scientific perspective.
Your ability to evaluate training has rarely been as vital to organizational success as it is today. Like many businesses, your organization is likely evolving training programs to keep pace with the impact of the pandemic. These updates may include changes in what skills are prioritized, which resources are leveraged and even where training takes place.
In response to the growing need for life sciences companies to adopt new ways of working (WoW) due to rapidly evolving customer expectations and increasing use of digital technologies driven by the pandemic, Encompass Communications and Learning, Inc. has created a fully customizable and flexible commercial engagement excellence curriculum.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, training initiatives once considered prudent are now essential. Even before, there was a clear need for investment in ongoing employee development to meet the demands of rapidly evolving industries.