As I went to college and I looked at my options for declaring a major, there were no degrees in sales, personal development, or mindset training. When I look back on that, it is very interesting because I believe that those three fields are important for success in any role that you are looking to do. If you want to make an impact long-term in your career, you are going to have to know how to sell. Sell a vision, sell a product, and most importantly sell yourself. In addition, if you do not have the personal development to compliment your selling skills, then your mindset will not be in the right place to utilize your skills.
Here are 10 outside the box tactics to source more sales candidates. If you’re in recruiting, then you understand the challenges of candidate sourcing. You often feel limited on where and how you can find some really great sales talent. You understand that the job boards often overwhelm you with underwhelming resumes, and that you’ve exhausted every resource to hunt for new candidates. You need time, money, and resources to help you find and recruit top sales talent.
If you are a sales and marketing professional then you are already in tune with web 2.0 best practices. If you have a contemporary approach to working with customers then you understand that consumers purchase differently than ever before. You know that they are well educated and can access information in seconds. You understand that the ultimate goal is to drive traffic. Not only drive traffic but relevant and sustainable traffic to your site.
It’s that time of year again. It’s the 2016 Summer Olympics. It’s a time when the best in the world compete on a global stage. Over 11,000 athletes from over 200 countries are competing in Rio right now with the dream of bringing home the gold. You’re in sales because you want to be the best. You’re in a competitive industry where you must win deals and hit quota to succeed. High performance means great rewards. It’s Q3, and it’s not a time to let your foot off the gas pedal. It’s time to go for the gold.
Treeline is happy to announce the newest member of the team, Rahul Singh. Rahul’s extensive sales and consulting experience make him a great addition to the Treeline team. Rahul brings with him a depth and breadth of sales industry knowledge. His vast real estate expertise, and healthcare software sales experience, combined with his people-first approach have enabled him to thrive in collaborative sales environments. He takes a strategic and consultative approach with every client and as a result has been recognized as a top producer in every role he has had.
Treeline, Inc. has been named the #1 Best Place to Work by the Boston Business Journal. There were 80 companies honored and over 800 attendees. The awards ceremony took place the Boston Symphony Hall on June 24, 2016. Winners and rankings were determined by Quantum Workplace which conducted an online survey asking employees to rank their workplace. Employees rated their work environment, job satisfaction, leadership and management, work-life balance, compensation, and benefits. Treeline had the highest overall ranking of the 80 companies honored. Treeline, Inc. is hiring!
Ever been to an amusement park? What’s the best ride? The biggest and baddest rollercoaster in the park! Whether it be the world’s tallest Kingda Ka at Six Flags New Jersey, the Top Thrill Dragster at Cedar Point in Ohio, or the world’s fastest Formula Rossa at Ferrari World in Dhabi, the rollercoasters are scariest and most thrilling rides there. It’s not for the faint of heart.