Elements of mentoring

Taylor, Sarah
February 2007
Pharmaceutical Representative;Feb2007, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p22
The article offers information on how to mentor new medical representatives in the pharmaceutical industry in the U.S. The first step is to let a neophyte understand that a mentor's job is to help her succeed, in this way the new employee's trust would be earned. Next is to set up a plan for success that would help the trainee get organized. Lastly, a trainer should check the representative's development and should report it to the manager regularly.


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