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Leadership for the Future of Work


Expert insights from Barry Winkless, Cpl’s CSO & Head of the Future of Work Institute Cpl.


The leadership challenge (and opportunity) in the future of work is to purposefully alter an organisation’s genetic make-up and improve it for the better.

Strong leadership teams within an organisation are essential for employee engagement, satisfaction and overall business performance. With the ‘Anatomy of a Life Science Leader’ panel discussion fast approaching at our annual Genesis conference on 7 December, we’ve been thinking about what you might need to take into consideration when hiring an effective leader. Here are some thoughts…


What is a Good Leader?

On Tuesday 15 November we had a great evening debating the opportunities and challenges creating Cell and Gene Therapies of tomorrow moderated by Tony Jon

Compared to the highs of investment seen by the sector over the past couple of years, it has felt a much harsher environment in which to raise capital in 2022.

It has been reported many times how growth, deals and collaborations are frequently stimulated via your network. Success is not simply about who you know’, although that is helpful absolutely. Based on a matrix of market insight, what you know, who you know and of course who they know is much more likely to deliver great outcomes.

Guest post by simon@needtobreathe.co.uk  t: 07917191123


Leading diverse multidisciplinary teams, building trusted relationships with partners in science, establishing working collaborations, problem solving, generating new ideas, delivering complex projects, working toward a shared vision, having an environment where people want to come and work. Strong communication sits at the core of all of these things.

Guest blog post by Victoria English, Editor, MedNous, Evernow Publishing Ltd

Take Part in this Workplace Survey from One Nucleus Member, Singular Talent

 

There’s change in the air. We’re predicting that your work and workplace will see momentous changes to meet what people expect from their employer. 

 

Why? 

 

Blog by Alicia Gailliez, Business Development Manager, One Nucleus

Blog by Tony Jones, CEO, One Nucleus


 

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