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Many jobs require working with others whether in formal project teams or alongside others in a functional role.

The ability to communicate effectively is vital. Frustration and dysfunction occur when people do not understand each other's personality type. An introvert needs time to think and process information, which can frustrate an extrovert who thinks and responds quickly.

This webinar will cover the benefits of networking and how to most effectively network based on your personality type.  

Why you should Attend

Being self-aware and knowing your personality is key to effective communication and networking.

In this training session you'll learn how to determine one's personality type and how best to network and communicate. 

Areas Covered in the Session

  • Definition of networking
  • Why network
  • How to network based on personality type

Who Will Benefit

Employees at many levels:

  • Representative
  • Specialist
  • Manager
  • Director
  • Accountant
  • Analyst
  • Scientist
  • Project Manager
  • Associate Manager
  • Associate Director
  • Project Coordinator

Speaker Profile

Chris Matheus is President of Matheus BD Connections, LLC and a Partner in the Global Life Sciences Alliance. He is a successful business development professional with over 24 years’ experience in the clinical research industry. Much of his focus has been on eclinical technologies used to improve the efficiency and manageability of clinical trials. Chris started Matheus BD Connections in 2018, having previously worked for Quintiles, ICON Clinical Research, Endpoint Clinical, YPrime and Lexitas. Mr. Matheus’ continued attention to networking has helped progress his career and achievements. In 2013, he founded FOCM Networking, an organization putting networking into practice.

Mr. Matheus has an undergraduate degree in Business Administration from the University of Arizona and an MBA from California State University, Los Angeles. He is a member of the DIA Annual Planning Committee and chair of the Professional Development track for the annual meeting.