This is a unique, training course specifically tailored towards medical affairs and MSL professionals, who are motivated to engage KOLs and external stakeholders, influence colleagues, overcome objections and better articulate the true value of their ideas and solutions.
5 powerful soft skills medical affairs professionals will learn:
How to ask more effective questions to understand what a KOL really needs & generate actionable insights
How to make an impact in cross-functional teams, be listened to and demonstrate your value
Less is more: How to present the value of your idea or solution in as few powerful words as possible
Objection handling: What to do when a KOL or colleague says “no”, “maybe” or worse: “send me information and I’ll get back to you!”
How to build “rapport” and become more engaging so the KOL wants to spend their valuable time with you.
Introduction to Persuasion & Influence Skills for medical affairs: How can they help you improve effectiveness every day?
Who are your trainers?
CEO & co-Founder
NextLevel Life Sciences
Former CEO & co-Founder
NextLevel Life Sciences
"We believe that in this digital age,
strong interpersonal skills are more important than ever"
Please find biographies below
Geoff and Luke are experts in soft skills, negotiation, business development, management & entrepreneurship. They have a strong track record of growing their successful company organically, through sales and marketing. Both are Australians and also CEOs and co-founders of NextLevel Life Sciences, a leading event organiser and business intelligence provider for the Biopharma and Medtech industries. Over the last 12 years, Luke and Geoff have developed, promoted and delivered hundreds of industry events, focused on cutting-edge or critical themes. These have involved thousands of senior-level attendees from all the major pharma, medtech, biotech and diagnostics companies, as well as a broad range of service providers and key industry stakeholders. NextLevel Life Sciences has a strong value proposition, an effective process, but especially a customer-centric influence philosophy.
"I’ve heard very positive feedback already from my team and some of them did even implement some of the learnings straight away with a positive outcome! Really great.”
Tom Pulles, MD
Head of Medical Affairs & Patient Advocacy
“Well presented, very lively and interesting in general, with good examples”
Senior Clinical Research Scientist