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Seven managerial leadership competencies

Abstract

The biopharmaceutical executive is qualified for his managerial role when he is capable of performing the tasks assigned to him. He must be able to give the autonomy his subordinates need to do their jobs and create cohesive teams. The executive fosters mutual trust between himself and his subordinates. He can be decisive in the face of incomplete/imperfect facts and remains effective when confronted by tension. The executive is capable of managing both the immediate demands and long-term needs of his organization. He expresses himself clearly, to the level of detail that is appropriate to his audience and for the result he intends. The executive is capable of growing the skills he and his ...

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