Leadership and talent agendas in the life sciences are adapting to major external influences on the life sciences sector – economic, political, technological and social.

In this current climate, a leader has to ensure that every part of an organisation is well led. A modern and holistic CEO needs to be more of a programme and project person, than a subject matter expert. As such, she or he has to possess an array of core behavioural traits to be an effective leader.

In this report, we take a broader look at talent as it applies to organisational leadership, and to examine key skills identified by a number of life sciences organisations as being mission critical.

Read RSA Viewpoint: Life sciences leadership in flux

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