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Discussion in 'Biotech Startups' started by anonymous, Sep 23, 2015 at 11:19 PM.
Tom Considine is a wussy soft cupcake.
First of all - Hi Tom. And, yeah it was probably the reps - all five of them - who were the problem. Five in 13 months. So every two years the entire region will turn over. Hmm. Probably the reps.
Smells like a fake post
cause he didn't wanna report to a piece of a$&
$15 for a refill, Really?
I think in Chicago access is terrible to the neuros that's the biggest problem.
In springfield IL there is not a lot of neuros.
Not sure why both StLouis reps left
Nope. People leaving the Chicago region has nothing to do with access, neurologists or lack of straightforwardness. Those who left were very talented sales people who will be missed by the organization.
ok, so why did they all leave? And why are sales so poor for the Chicago team?
the manager isn't the one selling
BS! First off they weren't great reps. Access to neuros in Chicago is the same as anywhere- really not that bad especially when compared to other specialties. Second they left because they weren't getting it done, didn't like the pressure and went elsewhere for more money and less stress
I am on his team....Tom is not a good leader. I'm very confident he would not succeed as a Rep. He is very focused on metrics and not selling. Like I said in the post above the reps that left weren't anything special- don't come here if you can't sell and more importantly if you can't deal with BS from a average to below average manager. I can see why he got fired at Baxter...doesn't bring anything to the table. Somehow he was a director at Lilly but the culture was different there. Good luck.
Looks like Tom C. no longer
with Acadia, I wonder why ?
TC hasn't gone anywhere still here .
He's gone...resigned Friday I believe
So on the chicago team, there
are 4 rep openings and now
one manager opening ?