Offering a professional training and development day aimed at improving performance and real world results, companies that support their teams through the all new PharmaTimes Sales Awards will, by demonstrating a desire to encourage learning and development, attract new talent to their organisation and create affiliate pride. "Shining a light on the professionalism of your team, overall success in the competition will also impact positively on your brand and its position in the marketplace," says PharmaTimes business manager and competition lead Luci Sargood.
With rigorous entry and judging standards, the all-new Sales Awards is designed to recognise the very best sales professionals in our industry today.
Highlighting the real difference that individual sales people can deliver to both patients and HCP’s, this three stage competition offers a crucial opportunity for learning and development against an ever changing landscape.
For partcipants, the benefits are huge.
Free to enter, this is the only pharmaceutical sales awards where representatives are evaluated by their healthcare professional clients, before pitting them head-to-head in a real life challenge against their peers.
There is no lengthy submission process or preparation required, minimising any loss of focus away from the day job.
There is no need to submit past work - instead entrants will compete in a real-life challenge devised and judged by senior healthcare leaders.
From Primary Care Sales Professional to Second Line Manager of the Year, wherever you are in your career there’s a category for you," says Luci, adding: "You will also receive qualitative and quantitative judges’ feedback, including a competency score-sheet so you can see how you have performed compared to your peers, which is great for professional development."
The ceremony, to be held in November in central London, will coincide with the presentation of the PharmaTimes Marketer of the Year and Communications Team of the Year Awards, providing an unbeatable networking opportunity for everyone involved.
For more information and to enter visit www.pharmatimes.com/SA