Standing Out in a Crowd

Taylor, Sarah
August 2009
Pharmaceutical Representative;Aug2009, Vol. 39 Issue 8, p29
An interview with Steven Rauschkolb, principal and cofounder of Crisfield Group LLC in the U.S., is presented. Rauschkolb discusses the importance of pharmaceutical training to help executives and sales staff improve their skills and capabilities. He emphasizes the benefits of outside training for sales representative to maximize their developments towards their career aspirations. He explains the extra qualities of representatives who continue to look for opportunities to improve themselves.


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