• Develop leadership and motivational skills that will help Medical Affairs colleagues build cross-functional relationships and engagement, in order to successfully deliver integrated medical activities
  • Awareness that effective collaboration requires modifying interpersonal interactions to account for different functions/nationalities having different backgrounds/cultures/ways of working/motivations
  • Recognition that a major cause of disharmony/disengagement/demotivation is an individual feeling threatened in some way, and the implications of triggering a ‘threat’ response
  • Knowledge of the SCARF model (NeuroLeadership Institute), its key components {Status, Certainty, Autonomy, Relatedness, Fairness} and their importance in triggering a ‘reward’ response
  • Understanding of how the SCARF model can be applied by Medical Affairs colleagues in their everyday roles and interactions with colleagues

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