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Improving Leadership in a Pharmaceutical Business

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In industries that are heavily reliant on technical skills, such as the Pharmaceutical sector, it is common to find leaders who have not had an opportunity to develop effective people-management skills.
That’s the issue that one client wanted to confront when they came to Great Managers.
Are you experiencing similar challenges in your organisation? Visit: https://www.greatmanagers.com.au/academy/

In industries that are heavily reliant on technical skills, such as the Pharmaceutical sector, it is common to find leaders who have not had an opportunity to develop effective people-management skills.
That’s the issue that one client wanted to confront when they came to Great Managers.
Are you experiencing similar challenges in your organisation? Visit: https://www.greatmanagers.com.au/academy/

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Improving Leadership in a Pharmaceutical Business

  1. 1. The pharmaceutical industry offers plenty of opportunities for businesses. GREATMANAGERS.COM
  2. 2. But it also presents challenges. Leadership is chief among them. GREATMANAGERS.COM
  3. 3. The problem is that many technically-minded people don’t have effective people-management skills. GREATMANAGERS.COM
  4. 4. That’s the issue that one client wanted to confront when they came to Great Managers. GREATMANAGERS.COM
  5. 5. GREATMANAGERS.COM The Case Study
  6. 6. Our client had already established a stellar reputation in the industry. GREATMANAGERS.COM
  7. 7. They focused predominantly on research and product development. All told, they had over 60 products available in domestic and international markets. GREATMANAGERS.COM
  8. 8. However, they also had major cultural problems. GREATMANAGERS.COM
  9. 9. The organisation’s technical focus meant that too little time was spent on developing leadership skills. GREATMANAGERS.COM
  10. 10. This meant that the organisation’s mid-level managers struggled with their confidence. They escalated issues instead of taking responsibility for them. GREATMANAGERS.COM
  11. 11. Great Managers formed a partnership with the business. GREATMANAGERS.COM GREATMANAGERS.COM
  12. 12. We showed them the importance of leadership at all levels. This created the behavioural shifts that positively influenced the business’ culture. GREATMANAGERS.COM
  13. 13. We also showed them that technical knowledge isn’t enough. GREATMANAGERS.COM
  14. 14. GREATMANAGERS.COM Your managers need to back that knowledge with a strong managerial toolset.
  15. 15. The business has enjoyed tremendous growth since working with Great Managers. They now have over 100 employees. Plus, its leaders have more confidence in their abilities. GREATMANAGERS.COM
  16. 16. What Can You Learn? GREATMANAGERS.COM
  17. 17. GREATMANAGERS.COM Lesson #1 Don’t Just Focus on the Senior Level
  18. 18. Many managers struggle with delegation. They don’t want to release responsibility for key tasks. GREATMANAGERS.COM
  19. 19. This means that lower-level managers never have to take responsibility. Making them less accountable but also damaging their confidence. GREATMANAGERS.COM
  20. 20. Great management starts at the top. But it doesn’t end there. You have to equip managers at all levels with the skills needed to run a business. GREATMANAGERS.COM
  21. 21. Lesson #2 Don’t Waste Money on One-Off Training Sessions GREATMANAGERS.COM GREATMANAGERS.COM
  22. 22. Our client had spent a lot of money on one-off training sessions. GREATMANAGERS.COM
  23. 23. These sessions packed a lot of information into short periods of time. Naturally, people forgot a lot of this information and never applied it. GREATMANAGERS.COM
  24. 24. Work with a training organisation that wants to become an active partner in your business. GREATMANAGERS.COM
  25. 25. GREATMANAGERS.COM Lesson #3 Confront the Avoidance Culture
  26. 26. Unconfident managers will escalate issues to the senior level instead of solving them. GREATMANAGERS.COM
  27. 27. This creates a culture of avoidance. People stop taking responsibility for their work. GREATMANAGERS.COM
  28. 28. Confront this issue the second you notice it developing. GREATMANAGERS.COM
  29. 29. Great Managers can help you to confront the leadership issues in your pharmaceutical business. Just register for our upcoming webinar to find out how. GREATMANAGERS.COM

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