Ask the Experts: How to Be Successful Working Remotely
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 Export to Your Calendar 6/24/2020
When: Wednesday, June 24, 2020
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
Where: Online (Live Webinar)
United States
Presenter: Jenny Thayer, Noelle H. Demas, and Dylan Harris
Contact: webinars@amwa.org
240-238-0940


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Today, many of us work at a location different from an onsite place of employment, a team location, or a client. While we may love the flexibility that remote working provides, we must address myriad challenges to be successful.  In this Ask the Experts webinar, you have the opportunity to gain wisdom and perspectives from medical communicators who have substantial experience working remotely, as well as managing remote workers. Ask these experts for practical advice and learn the keys to success as a remote worker or manager.

Send your questions in advance to webinars@amwa.org. You can ask questions during the webinar, but priority will be given to questions submitted in advance.

Ask the Expert Panel:

Jenny Thayer, MBA, EdM, MA, is Vice President at BioBridges and has worked in the biotech/pharma industry since 1996; the last 7 years have been in a consulting capacity. Her transition to working entirely remotely and observing the careers of many remote consultants has led her to seek data on the skills that successful remote workers use and to share what she learns with colleagues.

Noelle H. Demas, MSTC, is a clinical regulatory medical writing consultant for pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device companies. In this role, she has successfully collaborated remotely with client teams in several different time zones for 10 years.

Dylan Harris, PhD, MBA, serves as the Head of Medical Writing at Takeda. Working remotely has been part of Dylan’s work routine since he began his career as a medical writer, and the development of virtual leadership skills has been an area of keen interest.


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