ROANOKE, VA, UNITED STATES, November 29, 2017 — November 27, 2017, Roanoke, VA — LTEN has released new updated Vision, Mission and Value Statements to help guide the membership network forward and ensure it continues to serve members and evolve with the life sciences industry training industry. The new guiding statements are effective immediately.
Click here to read the new Vision Statement, Mission Statement and Value Statement for LTEN.
With an emphasis on the future and an eye on technological advancements, the new Statements also address issues such as evolving healthcare markets and the increased globalization of healthcare companies. Core principles like networking, sharing solutions and organizing members around common challenges in communities of practice are emphasized. A key emphasis is the unique position that LTEN occupies being the only resource dedicated to life sciences.
The Vision, Mission and Value Statements were updated and expanded as the result of a review ordered by the LTEN Board of Directors. Board member Norma Piggott of Amgen chaired a subcommittee tasked with drafting the updates. Other Board members serving on the subcommittee were David Fortanbary of UCB, Evelyn Nichols of Informa and Chuck Pearson of Astellas, as well as Dawn Brehm, LTEN executive director.
“The new Vision, Mission and Value Statements serve as guiding principles and goals for the ongoing management and growth of LTEN,” Piggott said. “LTEN is an essential resource for life sciences training, trainers and training leadership, and that mandates us to continually remain a forward-thinking, valuable tool for our members that helps them overcome challenges and create opportunities to advance their careers and their organizations.”
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The Life Sciences Trainers & Educators Network (www.L-TEN.org) is the only global 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization specializing in meeting the needs of life sciences learning professionals. LTEN shares the knowledge of industry leaders, provides insight into new technologies, offers innovative solutions and communities of practice that grow careers and organizational capabilities. Founded in 1971, LTEN has grown to more than 1,900 individual members who work in pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device and diagnostic companies, and industry partners who support the life sciences training departments.
For more information contact Nannette Nolan, LTEN director of marketing communications, at [email protected]
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