Your employees are your most valuable brand advocates. GLOBALHealthPR works with you to ensure that your internal teams understand and are excited about the strategy, equipping them to deliver the message at every opportunity.
“Changing and then sustaining behavioural change in teams is key, and we approach this as part of the bigger picture of business integration. When an organisation’s people truly understand the vision and mission, and align behind a united strategy, great results can be achieved and collectively celebrated.”
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Read our recent posts on engaging your most important brand advocates – your employees.
February 28th is World Rare Disease Day, but why is that important? Check out our infographic to learn more about rare diseases, and how they can have a big impact on the healthcare landscape.
We called on GLOBALHealthPR partners from three key markets affected by the Implant Files. For their take on the immediate and forward-looking impacts, download the strategy brief. Download the full strategy brief.
The Global Guide to Pharma Marketing Codes Vol.4.2 Book 2 is available for download. Make sure to download the full Global Guide here.
The Global Guide to Pharma Marketing Codes Vol.4.2 Book 3 is available for download. Make sure to download the full Global Guide here.
GLOBALHealthPR, the world’s largest partnership of independent health and life-science communications agencies, today announced its co-founder and chair, John J. Seng, has been awarded the 2018 SAM (Science And Medicine) Award by The Progeria Research Foundation (PRF). Seng received the honor for his contributions towards finding the cause, treatment and cure for children with Progeria, a rare, fatal genetic condition of accelerated ageing in children. Seng accepted the recognition on Saturday, April 28, at PRF’s Night of Wonder bi-annual gala in Boston.
This month GLOBALHealthPR welcomed F/NE Group as our newest partner in South Africa and the broader region. In this infographic, see how communications can help address some of the most urgent healthcare challenges across the continent.