Pros: seeing the results of driving the positive outcomes for our team. also, developing new working relationships with the dr.s, r.n's and their staff
Cons: would love more time in the day
Every day varies and you have to be flexible to accomodate to anything that would come up in a given situation. However, if it was an ideal day, I would be at my first office at least by eight a.m. so that I could be the first representative there to detail my products before the physician see's patients. I would make about ten calls that day plus a lunch in-service for an office. Typically the day ends around six p.m. Then I might have a speaker program that evening or I may need to meet with a counterpart. Then when I arrive at my home or hotel I would thoroughly cover my administrative work. I would pull down all emails and respond to them. I would also thoroughly review any e-mails that may have been sent out by my manager or the company, detailing new information and initiatives. I would do this in effort to stay on top of what is expected of me. Next I would review the notes based on my calls that day. I would be absolutely sure that all follow-up information, competitive information and so forth was entered. Of course replicated. Then, most importantly, I would plan and prepare for a successful next day!
I am motivated by many things. Improving the quality of other peoples lives. I am also motivated by numbers. The chance to increase the success of not only my territory, but to drive positive outcomes and results for my district and team as a whole is an enormous motivator.
I have always been very results oriented and passionate about every job that has been given to me. Therefor, I would say the most difficult part of the day would be to take time for myself. Even though – more... my passion and fun is to win, taking time for yourself is important.
I truly believe in having a close relationship with my manager. I enjoy learning new things and pleasing my manager. I also enjoy sharing my winning practices with my manager, so perhaps our team could benefit from them.
I am very much a team player and I enjoy seeing success for my entire team. – less