At Daiichi Sankyo, we support employees' professional development in multiple ways possible and encourage employees to make time for ongoing education and training. We offer a variety of opportunities to engage and stimulate them – and to help them grow in competence and confidence. Here is a list of some of our outstanding learning tools.
Classroom Education in a variety of categories:
Business Education and Skills Training
We offer training to sharpen your business skills and insights. These courses help improve communication, personal organization, project management, and business knowledge.
The Leadership Institute
We believe that leadership requires a commitment to continuous learning. Those who take on the responsibility of managing others need special encouragement and support. Our Leadership Institute is a varied curriculum comprised of four distinct but complementary tracks – tracks that support current and aspiring managers.
To enhance core training, managers at all levels can choose courses that suit their particular goals. Topics include: Strategic Thinking, Managing Change, Crucial Conversations, Managing Cross-Functional Teams, etc.
These 90-minute "express" learning sessions feature expert presenters and stimulating discussions, with lunch provided. Courses tackle topics such as Negotiation Skills, Managing Your Time, A Day in the Life of a Sales Rep, or Improving Your Listening.
"At Daiichi Sankyo we recognize the necessity to enhance partnerships and encourage development and leadership at all levels across our U.S. organization. Our innovative Administrative Development Initiative is a prime example of how we are working toward achieving this goal."
Joseph P. Pieroni, President and CEO
Daiichi Sankyo encourages employees to pursue professional development and continuous learning opportunities, on the job and off. The Educational Assistance Program will reimburse qualified employees for eligible tuition costs, registrations fees, and book costs associated with the successful completion of approved courses at an accredited institution. These courses are associated with universities and colleges, degree or non-degree, campus or e-learning based.