Energetic, problem solver dealing with all life & business challenges. Instilling energy, clarity, transparency & purpose into project & team till conclusion. Successful project delivery with optimal customer outcomes.
Insight into the bigger picture from Board of Directors view to a solution provider at departmental & individual level.
Outstanding achievements in pharmaceutical sales/business development roles. Winning awards & nationally recognised in each company. 20+ years quality experience working with the biggest & smallest pharma in diverse therapy areas.
9 new pharma product launches, some being the biggest brands in history. Ethical, no nonsense approach, natural talent in bringing out the best leadership from colleagues.
Emotionally intelligent negotiator focusing on customer integrity & solving customer problems.
Still gaining valuable lessons in the 'University of Life.'
Program Coordinator for Zarith Sofia Foundation Johor. Raising funds for B40 "Sponsor a Child Education Program".
Previously in the UK, running public health promotion events, with a dedicated team to inner city deprived communities in Leicester, UK.
Sample of experiences:
Market access, therapeutic reviews, guideline development, contract negotiations, product withdrawal, business & customer conflict management, KOL development, market expansion, medical event management, medical service start-ups.
Entrepreneurship, Project Management, public speaking, new product launches, business analysis/planning/delivery. Professional Sales Training.
Business English, Event Management, Coaching, Mentor, market expansion, new healthcare services re-design & start-ups, customer excellence, Team Building.
February 2018 - Current
Sales Training, soft skills, consultancy & medical conferences.
November 2017 - Current
Project Director for South East Asia Countries.
STEM projects are designed to…
Quantify and benchmark internal alignment from direction to execution across functions, holding up a mirror that prioritizes strengths to build from and opportunities to improve.
September 1994 - July 1997