Why we need sales in the classroom. Traditionally, the sales profession has faced stigma and stereotypes. There is an unfounded belief that pursuing a sales career does not require a higher education, and that universities don’t need to teach selling skills. Not only is this bad for businesses, but it is also hurting universities. Even though the cliché that sales is more of a trade rather than a respectable career has been mostly debunked, there is still discomfort around the idea of a career in sales. Why? Is it because students at universities aren’t being introduced to sales in the classroom?
Treeline, Inc. is happy to announce that Amanda Fialho has joined the team. Amanda joins the Treeline, Inc. team as our incredible Office Manager. She supports all of Treeline’s initiatives seeing them through from start to finish. She runs office operations and executes on all administrative duties. Additionally, she supports the Human Resources department, assisting with onboarding new hires. Her expertise in billing and payroll combined with her organizational skills and her positive and contagious attitude make her a great addition to the team.
Here are 5 Boston sports legends that can teach us a lot about sales greatness. The performance and success of athletes should not only resonate with sports fans but also with business-minded professionals who believe in the importance of culture, teamwork, resilience, leadership, and focus.
Reflecting on what International Women's Day means for me. International Women’s Day isn’t really about one day, but it is a reminder that as far as we’ve come, we still have more to do. For me, it’s a day of gratitude. However, I can’t take full credit for the person I am and the person I will continue to become. I believe that I am a product of the people around me who support me and constantly encourage me.
At one point or another, we have all found ourselves looking for a job. Maybe you’re looking for your first job opportunity after graduating college, or you took some time off between jobs to travel, or put your career on pause to raise a family, or your company experienced organizational changes and entire departments were laid off. Whatever the case may be, whether you decided to leave your former employer for professional or personal reasons, or other circumstances were at play, being unemployed can be scary.
Can you rekindle the fire and fall back in love with your job all over again? Or is quitting and searching for a new job the only option? Job burnout is real, and you’re not alone if you find yourself wondering if it’s time to move on.Before you dust off the resume and begin looking for a new job to bring you more happiness, consider these 13 tips to fall in love with your job all over again.
Writing a strong and compelling resume is never easy. Truthfully, writing your first entry-level resume may be the hardest resume you’ll ever write. Here is how you write an entry-level resume and 12 tips to maximize your resume and wow the hiring manager.