It’s October, and that means Breast Cancer Awareness Month – a perfect time to share some advice that was offered to me when I was diagnosed with breast cancer 7 years ago. It’s important that we, as women who are coping with or who have survived breast cancer, maintain our community of support.
As part of its continuing growth strategy, BW Health Group, a family of interconnected companies dedicated to supporting and building partnerships with the life sciences industry, today announced the appointment of Will Reese as president of Benchworks, a full-service healthcare marketing agency that assists brands throughout the commercialization process.
BW Health Group Expands Footprint with Appointment of Julie DiMarcantonio-Shorten as New England Region Lead
BW Health Group, a family of interconnected companies dedicated to supporting and building partnerships with the life sciences industry, today announced the appointment of Julie DiMarcantonio-Shorten as Director of Strategic Markets for the New England Region. The expansion into Boston is part of a growth strategy that is making Benchworks a leading agency and partner to companies commercializing new healthcare products.
The only way to know what’s going on at “the front” is to stay in the trenches. That’s why another big mistake that leaders make is that they stop talking to clients. You can say, “I have people on the account who handle the relationship” – but if you really want to know how well you’re doing as an organization, you need to go out and talk to clients yourself.
What do you enjoy the most – what gets you out of bed in the morning – about being a leader? What motivates you?
There are so many things. What excites me the most is watching our younger colleagues’ professional development. It is truly gratifying to see them as they work their way through their careers and become skilled at what they do.
We can all relate to the following scenario: While standing in the supermarket checkout line, you realize you forgot your wallet. The two crumpled $20 bills in your pocket are not enough to cover the $60 worth of groceries in your cart. You have a decision to make: Put back the brownies or the toilet paper? What do you absolutely need and what can you live without?