Managing people and teams requires much energy and focus and can be stressful – especially in a clinical trial environment when patient safety and drug efficacy is at stake. Often times, managing those who manage your trials is a bigger headache than negotiating the technical aspects of your work. Building accountability, accuracy and ownership is complex, but there are solutions that won’t stretch your already enormous workload.
In this session, you’ll have the opportunity to analyze your current approach, your biggest people challenges and leave the session with specific actions you can take (or strategies you can use) with the people on your clinical team. Join our interactive online training course where you will learn how to:
This course will be of benefit to anyone who manages or leads clinical teams. Sponsors, CROs, sites, monitors, IRB staff and other related personnel will all benefit from this course.
Janelle Brittain, MBA, CSP spent 9 years in healthcare management, consulting and training, where she wrote and published 4 healthcare books. After working in the hi-tech world, Janelle founded the Dynamic Performance Institute, LLC in 1989. She has worked with over 50 healthcare companies and organizations, such as VA Medical Center-Michigan, Abbott, Medtronic, Amgen, Children’s Memorial Hospital-Chicago and College of American Pathologists.
As an internationally known trainer, speaker, facilitator and Executive Coach, she has helped over 300 clients from Fortune 100 companies to healthcare organizations, to professional associations, to entrepreneurial companies in leadership, team building, managing change, developing management and performance management.
She is the author of six published books, four in healthcare and two recently published business books: Star Team Dynamics: 12 Lessons Learned from Experienced Team Builders and How to Say It: Performance Reviews. She has also produced a training film and a number of CD’s.
She holds an Executive MBA and is a Certified Speaking Professional, the highest earned designation from the National Speakers Association. Only 700 people have been able to achieve the CSP worldwide over the last 25 years.