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Webinar: How Takeda Built a Resilient Coaching Culture Amid Turbulent Times

Join us for this LTEN webinar, sponsored by iCoachFIrst, as we present an interactive case study highlighting the journey of Takeda’s U.S. business as they transformed their coaching process and brought an adaptable, enterprise strategy to life.

 Export to Your Calendar 9/24/2020
When: 09/24/2020
12:30 PM
Where: ONLINE ONLY - LTEN Event
ONLINE ONLY
ONLINE ONLY, Virginia  24014
United States
Contact: Miki White
5407253859


Online registration is available until: 9/24/2020
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How Takeda Built a Resilient Coaching Culture Amid Turbulent Times 

Thursday, September 24, 2020 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM EDT

This past year has presented many unforeseen challenges and opportunities, especially in the way we engage, coach and develop our sales representatives. In the best of times, many organizations struggle with instituting flexible, contemporary coaching processes. Some companies have “seized the moment,” however, by using current evolving business conditions as an opportunity to reimagine and elevate their coaching strategy, resulting in a more agile, forward-thinking approach. Join us for this LTEN webinar, sponsored by iCoachFIrst, as we present an interactive case study highlighting the journey of Takeda’s U.S. business as they transformed their coaching process and brought an adaptable, enterprise strategy to life. In this session, you will learn about:
  • Opportunities currently facing life sciences sales organizations around employee engagement, coaching and development.
  • Takeda’s decision to rethink field sales representative coaching.
  • Takeda’s multi-pronged approach that drove organizational consistency, while allowing for business unit flexibility.
  • A variety of coaching tools offered to the sales organization, either immediately or in the future, helping to create a more agile coaching culture (including virtual coaching).The three pillars of system adoption essential for success.

Our Presenters:

 

   

Stacey Zach
Associate Director, Field Leader Development, U.S. Commercial Learning & Development
Takeda

Stacey Zach is an associate director in field leadership development.  She has held numerous roles over her 24-year career at Takeda, including sales in many different therapeutic areas, training and first-line leadership.

   

Ted Power
Chief Customer Officer
iCoachFirst

Ted Power is the chief customer officer at iCoachFirst.  He has more than 20 years of experience providing life sciences companies with actionable sales force effectiveness, coaching and development, and talent management solutions.


 

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