But I am a man of challenges and one that always look forward to the top of the pyramid. I love building new relationships, collaborate with new minds and help others strive as much as I do in this realm. IQVIA offered me just that and more. I couldn't say no. From the very first minute I felt wanted, praised, accepted, looked up to and relevant. I think the most glorifying word in these first months of my experience with IQVIA is that I felt EXTREMELY RELEVANT... and that is so important for me because it carburates the necessary mental and emotional fuel that triggers the will to go forward and accomplish, whilst creating a collaborative team, a professional herd, a symbiotic pack. My first two months have been a steep learning curve and I am so proud of myself for having had the courage, amidst a pandemic, to once again put myself out there for the Universe to operate in me, whilst I give my very best to the world.
I needed this change and I'll grab this opportunity with both hands whilst maintaining the only attitude I can ever carry deep inside, i.e., my team is my family, my project is my society, my vision is to grow together; no man or woman left behind. I see myself professionally ever more like part of a PACK where I use my wits and my personality, my curiosity and my knowledge to develop and progress with the PACK:
- with PRIDE in our work, always striving for the best quality possible
- with ACCOUNTABILITY, always taking responsibility for individual and collective decisions
- with CONFIDENCE, making sure that each decision is the most researched on
- with KNOWLEDGE, built on perseverant study and constant seeking.
I know I have disregarded this blog for almost 3 months since my last post. But writing my book on nosocomial infections, my new job, my role as a husband, and as a father of two, alongside the sequential COVID restrictions... all have really had a tremendous impact on my availability to research confidently and more often. But I promise I am back. Not embedded with the illusion that I will be enjoying an enormous literary availability, but with the guts to say that this blog is also very important for me :)
Next article coming right after! Thanks for waiting so patiently over the past three months.
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