Nurturing The Next Generation Of Top Talent
Biotech Leaders Tell Their Career Stories
Coaching and mentoring are important tools for the leaders of today to be able to foster the next generation of talent in the biopharma sector. While the routes into industry have not changed dramatically – most leaders hold a master’s degree and/or PhD – the expectations of rising leaders have altered and the industry itself has become more collaborative.
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