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Transition from a First Line Manager to Vice President | ज्ञानम (Gyanam) A Learning Series by Vivek Hattangadi

Description

In this course you will get to know the Real Hierarchical Structure for a Pharma Company & the logic behind that. Further your will learn about the Roles, Responsibilities & Accountabilities of a Medical Representative as well as First Line Manager (FLM). First line manager is a special position in Pharma Hierarchy & if utilized properly, this can lead to growth of topline as well as bottomline in profit & loss statements & growth of pharma company as well. The various aspects of roles & responsibilities of FLM is explained in detail. You will be able to appreciate FLM as Business Development Manager, Brand Manager, Finance Manager, Human Resource Manager, Customer Relationship Manager.

Language: English

What Will I Learn?

  • Real Hierarchical Structure
  • Roles Responsibilities for MR and FLM
  • Accountabilities for MR and FLM
  • Importance of FLM in company growth

Topics for this course

4 Lessons26m 52s

Transition from FLM to VP

Overview0:44
Real Hierarchy of Pharma Company2:46
Roles, Responsibilities & Accountabilities of FLM & MR23:22
Thankyou & How to Download Certificate0:50

About the instructor

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7 Courses

1391 students

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Very informative..Tq Sir

Excellent session and very nicely explained sir.
Thank you sir!

Great
Fantastic way of explanation
Salute to vivek sir
I don't have words to say.
Thank you so much sir.

Concept Very beautifully explained

Interesting to know these Roles, Responsibilities & Accountabilities of MR & FLM.

Free

Material Includes

  • 3 Learning Video
  • Certificate of Completion

Requirements

  • Access with Desktop Laptop Mobile
  • Use laptop for best learning experience
  • Good internet connectivity

Target Audience

  • Medical Representative
  • First Line Manager
  • Brand Manager
  • Sales and Marketing Professionals