Benjamin's Story

Janssen

Benjamin has been a regional medical manager in hematology for 4 years at Janssen. As an aspiring manager, he enjoyed the L&D track dedicated to managers and aspiring managers and more specifically took part to the workshop about project management.

His challenges:

Time management: How to build a consistent and realistic planning, build the right hypothesis and anticipate changes.

Project follow up and reporting: Set up objectives, engage around a project and get what he needs to move a project forward.

Agility: Identify what’s need to be kept, adapted or stopped to make the project work.

No bullshit training

Benjamin and some colleagues were involved in the design of the playlist to select the workshops that fitted the most their needs from both a business and a personal perspective.

2 PRACTICES TESTED AND APPROVED

Learn by doing: Move faster on certain competencies you're familiar with, while taking more time on those that you want to form into habits.

Focus your energy: Put your time and attention on what will help you become a manager.

The new habits he plans to keep:

Practice first: as soon as he learns competencies and practices that can be useful for his role, he focuses on turning them into habits immediately.

Adaptation : Benjamin implemented the GoW methodology with his MSL colleague to start implementing the practice himself before sharing it on a larger scale. “This methodology is super quick and easy. It allows me to identify the key actions of my week at a glance and assess my progress.”

The bad habits he's lost:

“The coaches have been amazing. They took the time to understand my challenges and adapt their tips to my situation. Their advices were always very clear and well spotted.”

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