Professional Development

Emotional Intelligence: The Greatest Skill You Can Learn!

December 13, 2012

When each of us were in pharmacy school, we burned the midnight oil to learn molecular structures, drug interactions and medical therapeutics (how could we ever forget Goodman and Gilman!). We relied on our intelligence ("IQ") to pull us through those challenges so that we might earn the title of R.Ph. or Pharm.D.

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About the Author
Frank Vitiello
Frank Vitiello is a registered pharmacist and has a Masters degree in Pharmaceutical Marketing from St. John's University. He has 30 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry. In addition to a background in sales and operations, Frank is noted for his strength in leadership development. He is a certified trainer for several Franklin Covey workshops on leadership and effectiveness. Frank will provide a regular column reviewing leadership books that will help you heighten your skills within the pharmaceutical industry.