Change doesn’t come easy and when faced with difficult feedback or challenging self-reflection, being willing to push through the discomfort and grow personally and professionally can be just as hard. We explore the willingness to change with our guest, Rob Hanson. Rob is a senior leader and no stranger to embracing change. We talk about the ups and downs in his career, his commitment to lifelong learning, changing to stay relevant in business and what all of this has done for him and what it can do for others.
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About our guest:
Rob Hanson was appointed Senior Vice President and General Manager of the BD Urology and Critical Care upon the acquisition of C.R. Bard by Becton, Dickinson and Company. As SVP & General Manager, in this role he leads commercial execution for the Urology and Critical Care businesses.
Prior to the acquisition, Rob joined Bard in 1995 as a sales specialist, in 1999 he was promoted to Manager, Division Sales and then to Director in 2002. From that point on he has held positions of increasing responsibilities. In 2004 he was named VP, Sales and then General Manager in 2008.
Rob received a BS in Finance from Kansas State University and his Master of Business Administration from Emory University.
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