The letter

Renda, Joe; Eyer, Matt
August 2006
Pharmaceutical Representative;Aug2006, Vol. 36 Issue 8, p43
The article discusses the positive impact that a leader can accomplish on the personal and professional lives of subordinates, and presents a letter from a pharmaceutical representative to his superior. The letter sender shows appreciation and gratitude to his head, representing a more gratifying reward on the part of the superior.


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