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A great team needs harmony, practice, trust, and a brilliant leader



I am a learning specialist working in Global Learning Services. After graduating with a master’s in psychology with a specialization in industrial and organization psychology, I joined Roche in July 2019. I love sports but it doesn’t just keep me fit. My many years of athletic experience and winning 1st prize at the European Cheerleading Championships last year taught me valuable lessons about striving for my goals and being a team player.

A drive for innovation

I want everyone to enjoy hassle-free solutions to complex problems. To support my colleagues, I created a visualization tool that measures quality and detects recurring issues to help continuous improvement and raise efficiency. As innovation is at the heart of what Roche teams do, colleagues’ ideas to make people’s lives and working processes better are always welcome.
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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Team work and leadership

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I have always played sports. I started with rhythmic sports gymnastics as a child, then turned to acrobatic rock and roll and now I am in an acrobatic cheerleading team. I have a very special role in the team: my teammates throw me up high to do different kinds of exercises in the air. It’s quite dangerous and requires a lot of practice. It only works if we are in harmony as a team, if I trust their abilities to catch me and if we are all well trained.

slide 10 of 10 The Perspectives Programme is an excellent way of getting to know Roche and gain insights on how we are evolving personalised healthcare for the benefit of patients. It’s also a great way to focus on your strengths and the opportunities that lie ahead. ​​​​​​​ Severin Schwan, CEO Roche
I feel the same way when it comes to work. I consider myself a great team player but only with the right people around me led by an exceptional coach. At Roche, I have a great team with a thoughtful leader who regards team members as partners and always finds time to discuss current work issues as well as career opportunities.

A sense of purpose

Learning and development have always been at the center of my professional interest and my long-term goal is to design educational and instructional e-learning materials.
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​​​​​​​I believe the most attractive benefit Roche offers is that in the Budapest office we have great options to schedule our work flexibly. We can shift our working hours to accommodate personal and family needs, and work from home up to three days a week. Thanks to this flexibility, I don’t have to go on leave just because of a school exam or a medical appointment. It feels good to be trusted to do your work without someone standing behind you.
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Even though we seem to be small gears in the machine, our role is critical in keeping the processes running on a global level. Let’s suppose that a learning material request comes through in response to a new pharmaceutical regulation. Certain employees have to have it immediately for Roche to comply with that regulation. I have to know how it applies to which colleagues, and provide them with the right materials on time. It is inspiring to know that people are counting on my work and trust in my professional competence in connecting people to the right training and knowledge they need to have in order to fulfill their jobs.

slide 10 of 10 The Perspectives Programme is an excellent way of getting to know Roche and gain insights on how we are evolving personalised healthcare for the benefit of patients. It’s also a great way to focus on your strengths and the opportunities that lie ahead. ​​​​​​​ Severin Schwan, CEO Roche
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