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Nice to Have vs. Must-Have Skills in Medical Sales

When it comes to working in medical sales, you need to have a certain set of skills. After all, you’ll be spending your days speaking with people, discussing their needs and how the products and company that you represent can fill them, and coordinating your schedule in order to make appointments with your clients. These […]

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7 Skills You Didn’t Think You Needed for Medical Sales

The most apparent sales representative skills include clear communication, energy, charisma, and tenacity. Those and many other soft skills have allowed various individuals to enter the medical sales industry, each with a different educational and occupational background.  When it comes to looking for advancement in your med rep career, however, you may find that those […]

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3 Ways to Prepare for In-Person Sales Since the Pandemic

While every company has felt the effects of the global pandemic, the sales industry in particular went through a lot of changes this past year. As a people-facing profession, meeting in person has long been considered the most viable way to hit sales targets.  Medical sales is largely relationship building — making valuable connections with […]

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The Top 10 Soft Skills to Recruit for in Medical Sales

Recruiters are placing more emphasis on soft skills, according to LinkedIn’s 2019 trends report. In fact, 92% of talent professionals say they matter as much or more than hard skills when they hire, and 80% say they’re increasingly important to company success. Unfortunately, soft skills remain one of the most challenging candidate aspects to evaluate, […]

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4 Medical Sales Skills You Can Learn During Your Summer Camping Trip

With summer comes sunshine, warm weather, clear skies — and for some of us — a long-awaited camping trip. As it turns out, gathering around the campfire with friends and family and exploring the great outdoors can do wonders for your health. In fact, a 2014 study published in Ecopsychology found that nature walks reduced […]