Gerrie Dresser, PCC
The Executive / Personal Brand Coach for
Courageous Leaders and Innovative Companies
to . . .
Maximize their distinctive value and deliver
strategic impact through an engaged team
Courageous Leader . . .
Embrace Your Value. Lead from the Front.”
Authored by Gerrie
Have you heard the buzz about the
digital magazine, Healthcare Sales & Marketing (HS&M),
which launched with the June/July 2014 Edition?
HS&M is the only magazine of its kind in the healthcare industry /
marketplace with the sales AND marketing focus. In addition to
featured articles, HS&M digital magazine reports on the daily trends and
issues in the broad pharmaceutical / healthcare industry.
- I’m honored to author an
article, “Self Innovation – Navigating the Sales & Marketing
Ladder”, in HS&M November/December 2014 Issue. Click
to read the full article.
The article features a roundtable
conversation that I moderated among four executives in the commercial
function in the pharmaceutical industry. For more specifics, see below.
LinkedIn recently launched PULSE, a blog
section on their platform that is organized by categories. To give you an
indication of the viewing trends, one leadership coach, Jasbindar Singh who
is in one of my mastermind groups, had 41,429 views of one
of her posts.
With viewing numbers like that, there must be a lot of people who were
attracted to the title, “7
tips for when you have lost your mojo”
- I posted the first of many
articles on Pulse, LinkedIn’s blog center, and invite you to view the
article, “5 Steps to Think More Strategically” to learn
THE leadership issue that cuts across all leadership levels. (See the
specifics and link below.)
It’s very exciting to be able to
share valuable messages with such a wide and diverse audience.
I invite you to view both articles and subscribe to HS&M!
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Publications Authored by Gerrie
the publication for healthcare
sales and marketing leaders
November | December 2014 Issue!
“Self Innovation – Navigating the Sales &
Marketing Ladder” features a roundtable conversation that I moderated among four
executives in the commercial function in the pharmaceutical industry.
These four executives were selected for the roundtable because of their
exceptional contribution in developing talent and achieving excellence in their
Conklin, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Commercial Operations,
Jackson, Senior Vice President, Global Commercial Operations, Shire
Pharmaceuticals and Board Chair, Greater Delaware Valley Chapter, National
Jenkins, Executive Director, Head of Market Access, Relypsa Inc
Nicoli, Public Affairs Consultant, President, The Nicoli Consulting
Some of the key concepts that the panel discussed
were strategies that they’ve used to build a solid power base.
These four concepts include: Concentric Circles;
Surround Sound; Strategic Contribution; Portfolio Strategy.
to read the full article.
The November | December 2014 issue also brings you news of
innovation on the march - in products, strategy, even in creating a great career
Check out articles on the future of medicine,
advances in social media and how gamification can help promote adherence.
To access the November/December issue, click
View archive issues and watch
upcoming HS&M issues for more insights and strategies from
leaders in the healthcare sales and marketing arena.
In the September/October Issue, the Annual Compensation and Hiring Report was
If you are a leader in the healthcare, pharmaceutical, medical device,
healthcare IT or biotech industries or work with leaders in these industries, I
encourage you to subscribe to the magazine.
HS&M is published by Jacobs Management
Group, www.jacobsmgt.com, chosen
as the healthcare industry's recruiting expert by 65% of the top 20
pharmaceutical, biotech, and medical device companies.
Cari Kraft is CEO and President of Jacobs Management Group and
Publisher of HS&M; Neil Greenberg is Editor of HS&M.
The news and insights you need to know.
posted the first of many articles on Pulse, LinkedIn’s blog center, and invite
you to view the article, “5 Steps to Think More Strategically”
to learn THE leadership issue that cuts across all leadership levels.
Whether you’re an executive with accountability for an organization of 100+
people and a strategic, high risk outcome or an individual contributor with
accountability for a functional project deliverable, have you ever asked
“How can I save time, work more
productively, integrate the big picture with the functional details, and
THRIVE in today’s uncertain environment?”
tips and strategies to THRIVE, read the full article:
Watch for more Pulse Posts each week!
Do you know what
differentiates you as a redible and authentic expert?
To remain competitive and
innovative, companies need
leaders, like you, who have the capacity to think in more complex ways and
set a vision that inspires and engages the growing number of matrix-managed
teams to operate at a high performance level.
If you answered YES to any of these
questions then coaching might be a great step forward for you!
To schedule a complimentary
Unique Impact Discovery Session, contact me at
For more information about Gerrie
Dresser, an ICF credentialed Professional Certified Coach (PCC) and
practical, innovative thought leader, click here:
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