This episode is in partnership with Boston Biotechnology Summit, a bridge to collaboration and innovative synergies between healthcare stakeholders. I had the pleasure to sit with Yvette Cleland, CEO of Cpl Life Sciences to learn about her personal story before digging into her expertise in recruitment. Yvette shared what she considers as key capabilities for talents in biotech and healthcare, and we discussed “Talent Management in the Era of Artificial Intelligence”, the topic of her workshop at the summit. Bringing humanity into the recruitment process is one of her focus areas. Hear Yvette’s story and words of wisdom for us leaders in healthcare.
“What sits in the heart of our business is kindness“
Yvette Cleland is the Chief Executive Officer of Cpl Life Sciences, a global talent firm. In 2019 and 2021 Yvette was nominated by Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) as one of the top 50 most powerful women in staffing globally.
After eight years working in the pharmaceutical sector, she moved to professional staffing and combines knowledge of both life sciences & staffing in her work at CPL. In 2012 she joined Clinical Professionals to scale the business for acquisition, drive growth and expand the brand portfolio and global footprint expanding into the US in 2017. Under her leadership, the business was successfully acquired, launched the award-winning Graduate Academies and CEO/CMO Biotech summits, and was involved in the UK apprenticeship trailblazers.
In 2019 she wrote a Parliamentary Review on life science skill shortages, speaks regularly for industry around the “wake-up call” and her passion is addressing the growing skills gaps in life sciences.
Naji Gehchan: Hello, leaders of the world. Welcome to “Spread Love in Organizations”, a podcast for purpose-driven healthcare leaders, striving to make life better around the world by leading their teams with genuine care, servant leadership, and love. I am Naji, your host for this special episode in partnership with Boston Biotechnology Summit, a bridge to collaboration and innovative synergies between healthcare stakeholders. I am joined today by Yvette Cleland CEO of Cpl Life Sciences, a global talent firm. In 2019 and 2021 Yvette was nominated by Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) as one of the top 50 most powerful women…
I am joined by Stefan Bauer, a transformational leader who will share his deepest beliefs about creating a caring and loving environment to foster the leadership of the 21st century and answer the dilemmas our world is facing. This episode is like no other, going from spirituality to concrete business concepts and results, we are sure it won’t leave you indifferent.
“Fostering a human environment creates a different energy that connects people with their purpose in life.”
MEET OUR GUESTStefan Bauer is a Transformational international leader, Organizational Architect, Consultant, Coach and Speaker. Stefan has more than 26 years of HR experience in a global US-based pharmaceutical company: HR line management, Organizational Development, Leadership Development.
Experienced designer and facilitator of high-impact interventions and global leadership development programs for Executives, General Managers, high-potentials, Leadership Teams. Extensive change management experience, including generating an innovative, agile organizational culture of the 21st century. Coach of transformational leaders, Executives, General Managers, high-potentials. Based in Germany; international assignments in USA and Brazil.
Core competence: transformational leadership, organizational transformation, “new work”. Previously 10 years experience in a global US-based IT Corporation.
Speaker on transformational leadership at international conferences, Business Schools, and Universities; cited in books, numerous articles, and interviews.
Physician, Harvard Medical, MIT, Serial Entrepreneur, Textile Business Owner in Egypt, Start-ups, Stem cells, what else? Hear from a talented innovator, multi-disciplinary mind, and business savvy physician living his life with the same thread since his childhood: being human. From his early childhood in his father’s textile manufacturing site to now leading startups and his family business, he thrives to learn more every day, genuinely cares for his people, leads with purpose, and does business for good.
“To be a good human is a shortcut to be a great leader.”
MEET OUR GUESTDr. Ahmed Mady is a serial entrepreneur, healthcare consultant, and physician-scientist. He is currently pursuing his Executive MBA degree at MIT Sloan in Boston while serving as the Managing Director of his family textile business in Egypt.
Prior to this role, he worked as the Senior Director of Business Development at an innovative Boston-based diabetes management startup, Healthimation, and as a Senior Consultant at Navigant Consulting where he led numerous global life sciences/healthcare projects in pharmaceutical, med-tech, and biotech spaces. In addition, Dr. Mady has experience conducting translational research at the Cardiovascular Research Center at Harvard Medical School/Mass General Hospital. His laboratory/clinical research is focused on stem cell applications in Heart diseases and Diabetes, where he investigated the differentiation of stem cells into mature heart cells and created human cardiac tissue engineering models.
Ahmed earned his Medical Degree from Alexandria University in Egypt, having done several rotations in Internal Medicine and Cardiology in the United States.
Dr. Mady has over 14 years of experience in the healthcare business, manufacturing, medical research, and technology management.
Naji: Hello leaders of the world. Welcome to spread love in organizations, a podcast for purpose driven healthcare leaders, striving to make life better around the world by leading their teams with genuine care, servant leadership and love. I am Naji your host for today’s episode joined by Dr. Mady a physician scientist, healthcare consultant, serial entrepreneur, and a brilliant innovator. Ahmed Mady is currently pursuing his executive MBA at MITs Sloan in Boston. While serving as the managing director of his family, textile business in Egypt. Prior to this role, he worked as the senior director of business development…
A Thought Leader, Clinician, Chair, and most importantly a genuine, humble, inspiring leader driving efficiency and clinical care redesign by leading her teams with empathy, care, and love. From leadership roles at Harvard Medical School to President of Pratt dermatology associates and Chair of Dermatology at Tufts University School of Medicine, Dr. Clarissa Yang has always been passionate about bringing exceptional care to patients. Hear about how she led toward a caring culture and navigated through the tough moments of the pandemic.
“Lead how you like to be led.”
MEET OUR GUESTDr. Clarissa Yang is a thought leader and clinician dedicated to delivering high-quality, compassionate, clinical care to her patients.
She believes in constant improvement and re-evaluation of clinical care systems and in developing the next generation of doctors.
Clarissa is the President of Pratt Dermatology, Dermatologist-in-Chief at Tufts Medical Center, and the Chair of Dermatology at Tufts University School of Medicine where she is responsible for the strategic clinical, educational, and research success. She also serves on the Board of Trustees at Tufts Medical Center. Previously, she held leadership roles at Harvard Medical School.
Clarissa grew up in Canada and obtained her medical school training at McGill University. She focuses on operational efficiencies, integration of technology, and clinical care redesign. and has been awarded “Top Doctor” by Boston Magazine since 2017!
Naji Gehchan: Hello, leaders of the world. Welcome to spread love in organizations, the podcast for purpose-driven healthcare leaders, striving to make life better around the world by leading their teams with genuine care, servant leadership, and love. I am Naji, your host for this podcast, joined by Dr Yang, a thought leader and clinician dedicated to delivering high-quality, compassionate, clinical care to her patients. She believes in constant improvement and re-evaluation of clinical care systems and in developing the next generation of doctors. Clarissa is the President of Pratt Dermatology., Dermatologist-in-Chief at Tufts Medical Center, and the Chairman of…