The leadership of tomorrow: how to effectively lead in healthcare Three leaders in the healthcare industry explain to ESCP students their different takes on what makes a person a good leader.
In the 21st century, leadership is no longer only vertical and hierarchical but has become collaborative and based on the personal qualities and interpersonal relationships between the leader and their team.
ESCP students delve into what it means to be a leader in healthcare today
Students of ESCP Business School’s Master of Biopharmaceutical Management in Paris, wanted to discover what it is like to be a leader, how leadership is performed, and what makes a person a “good leader” in healthcare companies. During their course with Dr. Naji Gehchan on “Leadership in Healthcare”, the students organised and recorded meetings with three leaders in the industry:
Dries Hens, a young entrepreneur who is currently the co-founder and chief business and medical officer at Lynxcare, an all-in-one data platform for healthcare organisations looking to take control of their data and transform medical data into insights for hospitals, physicians and patients.
Jean-Jacques Bienaimé, CEO of Biomarin Pharmaceuticals since 2005, a leading biotech company specialised in rare diseases with a focus in genetics.
Olivier Nataf, the current president of AstraZeneca France, a global biopharmaceutical company that specialises in the discovery, development and commercialisation of prescription medicines.
Three different leaders with the same end goal
"We have such an important responsibility as leaders of today to plant the seeds for the leaders of tomorrow." - Naji Gehchan
Whether you work for a big company or a startup, your role as a leader should be the same: to inspire people and drive them in your direction of success. Those seeking success without asking questions are doomed to failure.
But if you focus on learning from your mistakes to improve your ideas, success is just a step away. Each and every successful leader in our world has had to overcome, adapt, and learn from mistakes they have made or roadblocks they have hit.
While some leaders only seek fame and money, some others seek a greater purpose: kind innovation for the greater good. Dries Hens with Lynxcare, Jean-Jacques Bienaimé with BioMarin and Olivier Nataf with AstraZeneca share this vision for their companies.
While they all have different styles of leadership, they each share the common goal in ensuring trust, care, love, and
For the full conversations with these leaders in healthcare, tune in to the recorded podcasts that are now available to listen and download on SpreadLoveio.com.
- Learn and perform, with Olivier Nataf
- Lead from the heart, with Jean-Jacques Bienaimé
- Data Clinician Entrepreneur, with Dries Hens
The students have also gathered their insights together in one place. Download the white paper to discover the keys to success for leaders in healthcare.
Presented by Specialised Master in Biopharmaceutical Management - ESCP: Romane Blaise, Claude Cracan, Agathe Duchesne, Rym Aouchiche, Aya El Hallak, Victoria Gallicot, Corine Ghorayeb, Sally Hamzeh, Serena Massaad, Lisa Nabet, Paola Noujeim, Graciela Rabadán Moraes, Julie Travers.