It’s not all about the money, or is it? Salary is still an important factor throughout the lifespan of an employee’s career, but it’s not the sole motivator to attract and retain your sales force. More and more people are considering companies that offer incredible perks and benefits, aside from salary. It’s certainly become a job seeker’s market and with so many great companies hiring, candidates have options. It’s not enough to just attract and recruit employees, you also need to focus on retention. If you don’t invest in your employees, your top performers will be out the door, accepting job offers from your competition before you know it.
14 surefire ways to lose a customer, before evening signing them. If you’re in the sales profession, you know it’s a lot easier to lose a deal than it is to sign a deal. There are several steps you must take to ensure the buyer signs the dotted line and gives you their business…and more importantly, their trust. There are small subtleties that can make or break the deal, before you even get to a discovery call or a demo. Don’t let these 14 deal breakers be the reason you lose a business opportunity. Win more deals and avoid these 14 selling mistakes.
If you’re looking to hire talented sales professionals, get in line. 2016 continues to be a job seeker’s market. As the unemployment rate decreases, the demand for top sales talent seems to increase. The good news is the need for talent, means the economy is growing and companies are hiring. The bad news is companies are facing the challenge of being unable to effectively recruit and hire sales professionals.
Treeline is happy to announce the newest member of the team, Dan Drozewski. Dan’s vast experience in sales-focused and customer-centric roles has helped him build a successful sales career. Dan has over 10 years of experience in multiple sales roles including assistant sales, service manager, and operations within the financial industry. His people-first approach has allowed him to hone customer service skills, build strategic partnerships, and work in collaborative sales environments.
I turn 30 this year. I know I’m getting pretty old huh (cue the eye roll). On a serious note though, I have been reflecting on my past and what I have accomplished in life so far. I know I am not truly “old” and by any means I am not trying to convey life-long wisdom, but I think as you reach certain ages and milestones, that it is good to reflect on your past so you can plan and look forward to the future. I do not have any regrets, but I think there is some advice I would share with my stubborn 22-year old self who has just graduated from college.
Sitting in a cubicle all day can be exhausting and mundane. Whether you like it or not, your cube is your home, where all the magic of your daily routine will be happening. It is a place you spend most of your time at and should be a place you enjoy and find comfort it. Don’t let it feel like a box that you’re stuck in. Make a place that is comfortable and where you get your best work done. As a member of cube-life myself, I thought I would share 10 of my favorite hacks, tricks, and tips to make your cubicle one of your favorite places.
Let’s face it. Searching for a new sales job is hard. It’s like dating. Both parties, job seekers and hiring managers alike, are searching for the “perfect fit”. It can take several different interviews, some really great ones and some really bad ones, until you find “the one.” It’s also like trying to be a mind reader. As a job seeker, you are trying to figure out what a hiring manager is actually looking for in a candidate.