It’s my honor to have had an opportunity to work with Hagit and she was always creative, resourceful and energetic. With her advice and recommendations, I have dramatically improved my communication and management skills; more importantly, we were able to build up a very efficient and productive research team at Proteolix and have discovered multiple development candidates in a short period” 

Han-Jie Zhou, Ph.D.
Proteolix

Client Success Stories

Management Advisory & Executive Coaching

ISSUES: CEO TRANSITION, GROWTH, CHANGE

A biotech company affiliated with Stanford University had developed a cutting edge therapeutic neurological device that was beginning clinical trials. Read More

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THE ISSUES: CORPORATE CULTURE & GROWTH

A public biotech company in the midst of rapid growth and change was needing assistance in managing the personnel aspects of the change in culture and in the roles and responsibilities of the senior managers. Read More

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ISSUES: CEO MENTORING & GROWTH MANAGEMENT

A first time CEO was working within a small biotech company that had recently raised a significant B-round funding from experienced venture companies and other investors. Read More

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ISSUES: EXECUTIVE TEAM ASSESSMENT & TRANSITION MANAGEMENT

An emerging life science company had experienced rapid growth and was positioning for the next stage in its development. Read More

 

Strategy. Business Development and Sales

THE ISSUES: SALES STRATEGY & DEVELOPMENT

A public company was seeking to expand into new markets in a rapid manner. Read More

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THE ISSUES: GROWTH & NEW PRODUCT ROLL OUT

A public company had funded a new start-up healthcare technology company to capitalize on its interactive technology in a new emerging market. Read More

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THE ISSUES: HEALTHCARE STRATEGY

A public company with an underperforming division needed to explore expanding into new market to increase market and revenues.
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Cross Cultural

THE ISSUES: GLOBAL COMPANY ATTEMPTING CROSS CULTURAL INTEGRATION

A large international company was developing a site in the Bay Area and found that they were running into cross cultural issues in terms of management communication with the team as well as with the US stakeholders in general.  Read More


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