Eli Lilly and Company
Sales Representative, Diabetes Division
July 2013 — Present
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Sales Representative, Diabetes Division at Eli Lilly and Company
Consulting with doctors on the stability of their pharmaceutical treatment plans. In doing so, building strong interpersonal relationships and cultivating trust to ultimately bring value to the physician, the patients and the practice as a whole.
Driving sales results by continually enhancing business acumen: collaborating with teammates to leverage skills and facilitate learnings; constructing tools in excel to analyze business reports and efficiently manage large territory.
Greet and welcome recruiters with excellent customer service; provide amenities and resources
Research valuable information on social networking tools as part of an initiative to build
networking activity among student body
Proofread resumes and cover letters; address inquiries and concerns for all MBA students
Create schedules for work staff and organize spreadsheets for counselors regarding recruiting
and company events
Working in the field with the same description as a full time Pharma Rep; my territories are San Francisco and Pleasanton. I visit Doctors and staff to simply have a conversation with them about certain types of patients who might benefit from the products I represent.
Maintain safety and order within the John Wooden Center, interact with patrons and assist with questions and concerns
Prepared for Corporate Information Technology (CIT) group's annual Talent Review Process by
organizing status reports and compiling agenda for three levels of management review
Advanced yearly objectives for "Career Development Council" within CIT
Recommended strategy to guide the creation of formal programs that will accomplish council's
goals; researched internal and external best practices and consulted with council monthly
Developed tool to document and track FY10-FY12 Corporate Strategic Objectives
Created a "Work-Life Balance" guide for managers in CIT group
Acquired business knowledge by attending forums and town halls led by company executives
Contributed in meetings with HR Business Partners; actively discussed objectives and roadmaps