Leadership Lessons is a monthly column from executives and thought leaders regarding best practices they use at their organizations to develop managers and leaders at all levels of the organization.
How To Be A Leader Employees Don't Leave
Being a leader who people want to stick with requires you to create a compelling vision of where you are going and taking your team — and you need to be able to communicate all of that in the same compelling manner.
How To Show Up More Fully To Create Change
Charlotte Jones-Burton, MD, MS, founder and president of Women of Color in Pharma (WOCIP), provides some leadership lessons on self-care, managing your energy, and the power of the collective.
Why Leaders Need To Learn To Stay Calm In A Crisis
When leaders remain calm and composed, it can help alleviate anxiety and create a sense of stability and confidence within the organization. This can be particularly important in the life sciences industry, where employees often work on complex, high-stakes projects requiring significant focus and attention to detail.
6 Practices To Grow Your Self-Leadership Abilities
The most successful employees share a pattern of foundational self-leadership behaviors, which all of their other actions are built upon.
What It Means To Put People First In Leadership
Adopting a leadership style that focuses on putting people first is tricky to execute on without being intentional.
Benefit From Increasing Our Positive Intelligence
Mental fitness is essential for all leaders, and it can be especially powerful for women leaders who are told throughout their careers that they need to manage their emotions at work.
Celebrating Quiet Leadership
Experience and the data tell us quiet leaders and extraverts can be equally effective leaders, and in some very important circumstances, quiet leaders can be even more effective.
To Advance Your Career, Cultivate Executive Presence
At a certain point in your career, you realize that while you have a wealth of knowledge and experience, you’re not making the impact you want to have. What you are lacking is executive presence, and that will directly undermine your value at work.
6 Steps For Leading With Impact
Understanding how to embrace your unique leadership style can lead to great outcomes for everyone.
Move Beyond Strength To Motivation
If years of research show us anything, it is that beyond ability and strength, there lies the hidden reality of tapping into the rich sea of needs and preferred working environments that produce empowerment and commitment.
Leading With The HAT Principle
The world around us is changing at a rapid pace and now more than ever, people are seeking leaders who operate from higher principles — principles that extend far beyond self-promotion or purely individualistic motives.
The Paradox Of Connection, How We Can Disconnect To Connect
The Right to Disconnect is picking up momentum around the world, and organizations will either get ahead of it or delay and implement it when legally required.
Are Rigorous Scientific Debates A Thing Of The Past?
After 20 years of being a leadership development coach, I’m observing a shift. Healthy debates are waning, leaving leaders wondering why employees aren’t speaking up.
3 Tips For Women To Develop A More Authentic Leadership Style
What does it mean to be a successful woman in business? To lead others effectively, you need first to understand what makes you unique and then learn how to communicate your authentic self to others.
BEYOND THE PRINTED PAGE
2023 Manufacturing And Supply Chain Outlook: Additional Insights12/16/2022
Additional executive responses to our 2023 manufacturing and supply chain outlook questions.
2023 Finance And Funding Outlook: Additional Insights Part 212/9/2022
Additional experts weigh in on Life Science Leader's 2023 finance and funding outlook questions.
2023 Finance And Funding Outlook: Additional Insights Part 112/2/2022
Biopharma executives offer options, tips and strategies for navigating finance and funding challenges in 2023.