For Immediate Release March 2014 The following independent pharmacists were installed, February 7, 2014, as officers of the American College of Apothecaries during its 2014 Annual Educational Conference in Fort Lauderdale, Florida: Read More The post American College of Apothecaries Installs Officers for 2014 – 2015 appeared first on American College of Apothecaries.
Coaching calls for a sharp focus on employees—and on your own communication and management skills. To be an effective coach to your workforce, remember this elemental advice: 1. Observe. Coaches need to be adept at getting information from employees without making people feel as if they’re being interrogated or spied on. Talk to your people [...]
Welcome to this three part series on how to fill your pipeline with new customer leads. Growing your business is important and the best way to do that is to have a plan to keep your pipeline filled with new leads. There are six ways to fill your pipeline. Read More The post Filling your Pipeline [...]
The year was 1940. The “turbulent thirties” were giving way to the “uncertain forties”, and pharmacy was looking forward with excitement and anticipation. The “Empiric Era” of pharmacy was beginning to give way to the “Industrialization Era” which would hold the development of manufacturing and the mass production of medicinal compounds. The FDA was moving […] [...]
Proust found deep memories in the aroma of a madeleine (a small sponge cake with a distinctive shell-like shape), but the journal Psychological Science recently reported that the right scent may stimulate fairness and generosity. In an experiment, groups of subjects were placed in two different rooms, one of which had been sprayed with a […] [...]