HBA Global presents

Recorded Webinar - Virtual Professionals: Visibility & Trajectory in a Virtual Career (Series)

Date and time
Tuesday, 31 December
12:00AM - 12:00PM

Event Contact
Emily Basca
(610) 213-9061
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Original air date: 13 June 2019 - 18 July 2019
Note: Windows Media Player 9 or higher is needed to view the recording.

Webinar description:
Are you in sales, working out in the field or working remotely or virtually, away from the home office? Then these webinars are for you! Join the HBA for a three-part webinar series that takes on core challenges that virtual workers, both field-based and remote, face in their careers: gaining and improving visibility; career planning; and building relationships with mentors, sponsors and coaches.

Register below to receive all three of the following webinars:

• Hello? Is anybody out there? – Visibility in Virtual Work
What are the best practices for making yourself visible and distinguishing yourself in a field- or home-based role? Maria Walters, oncology specialist, Array BioPharma, Inc. and Carmel Alves, area business manager at Pfizer, will share methods for identifying your own best attributes, highlighting your work to make yourself known amongst your colleagues and identifying key influencers on your team to help you boost your virtual reputation.

• Turning Your Virtual Reputation into Actual Career Progression
You’ve put in the work to build a name for yourself, but how do you develop an actionable plan for your career from remote and field-based positions? In this webinar, you will hear from Jaylene Bowles, RN, BSN, MBA, East area sales director, specialty sales, Teva Pharmaceuticals, and Christina Contreras, senior oncology account specialist, Teva Pharmaceuticals on best practices for defining what a growth opportunity is for virtual workers, staying abreast of growth projects/promotional opportunities, and networking with internal leadership.

• It Takes a Village – Virtual Workers Need Mentorship, Too
Everyone and their supervisor seem to be saying: “Get a mentor! You need a sponsor!” But when you work virtually, the path for building those connections isn’t always as clear. This webinar will discuss how to identify, ask for, and work with a mentor, sponsor or coach when you’re working in a field-based or remote position. Maria Walters, oncology specialist, Array BioPharma Inc., and Kim Lashley, area business director, Teva Neuroscience, will prepare you for building your own village.

What you will receive with your purchase
Access to all three virtual worker webinars and practical, hands-on resources for each program.

View on mobile technology
HBA webinars are accessible on mobile technology, making it easy for field-based and traveling colleagues to benefit.

Registration information
Event is open to: HBA members and nonmembers
Upon registration, participants will receive an email with links to the webinar recording and associated resources.

Upon completing your registration on the HBA website, you will be receive an email containing steps to complete your webinar registration on the Go To Webinar platform. You must complete this second registration step to receive the event login URL and dial-in information. If you do not complete this second step, you will not receive the email containing the webinar login information.

Learning Objectives
1. Virtual workers will identify their needs for visibility
2. Recognize the essential components of a career plan, how to develop and work it from the field
3. Attendees will understand how to increase their skills by working with mentors, coaches or sponsors

Registration information

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 Price LevelRegular
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Registration: Regular Registration

 Member - Euro€30.00
 Non-Member - Euro€43.00

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