November 23th: Life Science Focus Group
23/11/2016 6:00 pm
Leading Self-directed Work Teams.
Engagement through empowerment.
Cases from the Pharmaceutical Industry
One of the many challenges of any scientific, pharmaceutical or technical company is to hire and retain highly skilled professionals. The operational environment is very demanding, not at least due to the focus on GMP compliance, top quality in processes and results and cost-effectiveness. Yet, many of those professionals seek autonomy, degrees of freedom, room for entrepreneurship, personal growth and inspiring cooperation with colleagues.
Self-directed work teams show promising answers to this challenge.
We will discuss Pharmaceutical Operations cases, tackle strengths and pitfalls of this way of leading people and invite you to discover or refresh your way of leading people.
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lic. Nick Vanhalst, partner of Stanwick Management Consultants, senior management consultant, coaches companies in the field of organisational design, management of change and the introduction of self-directed work teams. He is experienced in consulting, organisation development and the coaching of change processes in an international environment. He is Belbin Team-role accredited. He is certified Coach with the School of Coaching & Leadership (Belgium).He has a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology at the KUL as well as a Master’s Degree in Management at the Vlerick School for Management (Gent).
He is the author of Sturen naar Zelfsturing, bezielend ontwikkelen van teamgerichte organisaties, Lannoo, Belgium, 2004.
What’s in for you?
With Q-Society, we are bringing together cGxP professionals within Life Sciences. We are tailoring our topics to managers since we will be focusing on Talent Management and Development, and how this will lead to retention of your team and innovation of your business. By discussing openly best-practices and experiences, you will gain insights to make your projects and your team more efficient. We will fuel the discussions that will give you insights into the most pressing needs of our sector.
Don’t hesitate to contact us for more information on this free event!
|Flanders||e-mail: Stefan Vanderhauwaert||or call +32 473 683 751|
|Wallonia||e-mail: Laure Mariscal||or call +32 494 250 464|
|18u00 – 18u30||Welcome Drink & Finger Food|
|18u30 – 19u15||Speaker Nick Vanhalst|
|19u15 – 20u00||Open Discussion|
|20u00||Apero & Diner|
(Free parking around the hotel)
Bookings are closed for this event.