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Emerging Leaders Chloe Bangs, Teva Pharmaceuticals

By September 30, 2019April 7th, 2021Focus On Training



Emerging Leaders Chloe Bangs, Teva Pharmaceuticals

”Chloe has a bright future as a leader in the training field.“
— Jennifer Bryan, Head of Training Teva Pharmaceuticals

The 5th Annual LTEN Excellence Awards in June recognized two winners in the Emerging Leaders category, Chloe Bangs of Teva Pharmaceuticals and Karen Eno of Takeda Pharmaceutical.

Chloe Bangs

Senior Manager, Therapeutic Training – Teva Pharmaceuticals

Bangs was nominated for the Emerging Leaders award after successfully leading Teva’s Commercial Training & Development team’s shift from a siloed onboarding model to a collaborative, cross-functional model. Jennifer Bryan, head of training for Teva, said Bangs championed the transformation amid an organizational restructuring that reduced the training team from 15 to 6 trainers, making adaptation even more necessary.

“Through Chloe’s leadership, we successfully onboarded more than 200 new hires by year’s end, ensuring that every territory was covered by a highly trained rep and that our healthcare partners were continuously served at the highest level,” Bryan said. “Chloe is one of the best training managers I’ve had the pleasure to supervise. Her attention to detail, focus on collaboration and dedication to every trainee’s success all contribute to her superlative record. Chloe has built excellent relationships with sales managers by discerning their needs and delivering results.”

When the training team was reduced in 2018, Bangs took on new challenges with an inspirational attitude. She was also a 2017 President’s Club winner and was nominated in 2016 by senior leadership for a Cornerstone Award.

“Chloe has a bright future as a leader in the training field,” Bryan said. “First, she has a true passion for the work. She believes in our mission — to affect change through training and genuinely enjoys collaborating with training colleagues, sales managers, brand teams and reps to achieve results. Second, Chloe is both personable and analytic, which serves her well as a manager. Her attention to detail is always in service to her overarching goals. I’m confident she will succeed wherever her career takes her.”



About LTEN

The Life Sciences Trainers & Educators Network ( is the only global 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization specializing in meeting the needs of life sciences learning professionals. LTEN shares the knowledge of industry leaders, provides insight into new technologies, offers innovative solutions and communities of practice that grow careers and organizational capabilities. Founded in 1971, LTEN has grown to more than 3,200 individual members who work in pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device and diagnostic companies, and industry partners who support the life sciences training departments.

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