International Women’s Day Special episode with Aree Cheshire, PhD, and Amber Gilbert, MBA.

Curiosity, empathy, authenticity, strength. Good leaders express many key characteristics and come in all shapes and sizes. In this special International Women’s Day episode of Medical Affairs Unscripted, Peg Crowley-Nowick, PhD, MBA, President of Medical Affairs Consulting at Lumanity, Aree Cheshire, PhD, President, UK Communications at Lumanity, and Amber Gilbert, MBA, Global Practice Lead for Value, Access & Outcomes at Lumanity, meet to discuss excellence in leadership. During their conversation they touch on whether good leadership qualities are innate or learned, how to balance being a leader versus a “do-er”, and how to approach leadership differently during challenging times. Other areas of focus include how strategic thinking plays into leadership, and what types of skills or knowledge are required to succeed as a leader. Finally, they discuss how women in leadership roles today can help pave the way for the next generation of strong female leaders.

Podcast Series: Medical Affairs Unscripted

Hosted by Dr Peggy Crowley-Nowick, in Medical Affairs Unscripted we explore a range of topics related to the strategic role of medical affairs from the perspective of industry experts. Through these conversations with our guests we will share first hand experience to provide the listener with insights and knowledge about the evolving role of medical affairs.

Episode guests

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Aree Cheshire PhD
President, UK Communications, Lumanity

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Amber Gilbert MBA
Global Practice Lead, Value, Access and Outcomes, and President, Market Access, Lumanity