Employment opportunity that challenges me
Area Manager (Former Employee) – Nashville, TN – October 24, 2012
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 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.
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
would love more time in the day