Eric Turbiville

Eric Turbiville

Executive Positions

Principal Consultant
Olympia Consulting, LLC

Vice President, Sales,
Novo Nordisk

Sr. Director, Market Access
Novo Nordisk

Director, Market Access
Bristol-Myers Squibb

Turbiville Group, LLC


Brigham Young University

Brigham Young University


Professional Certified Coach (PCC) by the International Coach Federation

Certified Professional Coach (CPC) by the College of Executive Coaching

Contact Information

Eric Turbiville

Eric Turbiville


  • Executive leadership & coaching
  • Sales & marketing strategy and execution
  • Leadership development & coaching
  • Organizational team building & team coaching
  • Executive presence assessment & training
  • Sales training & coaching
  • Talent acquisition, engagement & retention

Where Eric Can Help Your Business

  • Leadership coaching
  • Building & developing high-performing teams
  • Sales strategy, planning and execution
  • Development of sales process and execution
  • Development of executive presence for leaders
  • Hire, engage, develop & retain key talent
  • Sales team staffing, training and coaching
  • Onboarding new leaders
  • Understanding how to manage the different generations (Baby Boomers, X, Millenials)

Success Stories

  • For a Fortune 500 company, hired, coached, developed and led a large team of sales professionals that accounted for over $2 billion in annual revenue
  • For a Fortune 500 company, helped develop a go-to-market strategy for a blockbuster product that grew to over $1 billion in annual revenue
  • For a Fortune 500 company, helped design and execute a national contract with the Veteran’s Administration valued at over $1 billion
  • For a regional mortgage company, developed a highly-focused sales approach for a national refinance program that increased the servicing portfolio from $90 million to $640 million in one year resulting in an increase in gross servicing income from $540,000 to $3.6 million.
  • At a global healthcare company, developed a go-to-market strategy with national associations that led to the formation of a new department focused on educational grants and research awards