Managing leaders

Farrell, Kimberly A.
September 2005
Pharmaceutical Representative;Sep2005, Vol. 35 Issue 9, p30
Offers tips for pharmaceutical executives on how to become a desirable candidate for a position as a regional manager. Assessment of one's readiness; Building one's comprehension of regional leadership competencies; Creation of a positive impression before, during and after the interview. INSET: The differences.


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