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    Ipswich consultant’s biotech training program expands into Europe

    Curt Sprouse, the CEO of Ipswich-based consulting firm EurekaConnect, has organized a series of workshops in recent years where scientists are trained on how to translate discoveries in the lab into commercial treatments — a vexing problem facing local biotechs.

    Posted on BizJournals on February 23, 2017

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    Teaching scientists the ins and outs of the drug industry

    This week, 25 scientists are undergoing an intense, five-day program in Cambridge to train them on how discoveries in the laboratory get translated into treatments to help patients.

    Posted on Boston Business Journal on November 09, 2016

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    Genesis of The Institute for Biomedical Entrepreneurship

    Accelerating the Flow of Biomedical Innovation from Bench to Bedside A Brainchild of the September 2015 EurekaConnect Executive Forum

    Posted on Eureka Connect on March 25, 2016

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    University vs. industry: Boston gathering takes on biotech’s longstanding divide

    It was like any other contest where startup founders pitch their ideas to a skeptical audience, except the majority of the people doing the pitching as well as in the audience had either gray or no hair.

    Posted on Boston Business Journal on September 28, 2015

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    Boston event to tackle the gap between academia and the health care industry

    Gregg Fairbrothers, the retired founder of the Dartmouth Regional Technology Center, has been trying for years to address what he sees as a fundamental flaw in the way promising academic research can turn into a commercial product.

    Posted on Boston Business Journal on August 20, 2015

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    USING UNCONVENTIONAL LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT TOOLS

    In order to change something for the positive, we must first understand the “why.” Anyone can observe a behavior, but few can tell you why that person acted in such a way. Let’s use conflict resolution as an example. Most executives have some capacity for resolving conflict, but when asked how they

    Posted on Training Magazine on December 29, 2014

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    Psychology critical in changing management strategy

    Posted on The HR Director on July 25, 2014

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    How Developing Effective Communication Skills in Yourself and Others Leads to Success

    When it comes to communicating, there are effective and ineffective ways to go about it. There are factors that exist that affect how someone communicates, whether they communicate poorly or effectively.

    Posted on The Glass Hammer on April 02, 2014

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    What feedback works and what doesn't

    Professional development requires that people seek insight with respect to their performance. Without feedback, people will struggle to recognize what needs to be developed and what is working well.

    Posted on Eureka Connect on February 24, 2014

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    Building inspiring bosses

    Inspirational bosses in the workplace are difficult to find, as they require genetic ability and developed behavioral skills. We are inspired by individuals that are motivated, have a great attitude, and possess theability to connect with us at an emotional level.

    Posted on EurekaConnect on January 31, 2014

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