People move on from their jobs for many reasons but there are only 2 real differentiators in those reasons:1.) To move closer to something 2.) To get further away from something. Most employers would like to think that when they lose a key employee, it is because he or she found a substantial opportunity to advance his/her career…but that is not always the case. Don’t get me wrong, the candidates I speak to always talk about how they want to take a step in the right direction in their career and advance professionally and financially.
Treeline is happy to announce the newest member of the team, Shannon DiPietro. Shannon has the experience, knowledge and positive outlook that have helped her pursue a successful sales career. Shannon loves taking on new challenges and has a motivation to help others. Her people-first approach makes her a great addition to the Treeline team.
02.04.16 | Job Search & Career |
Treeline would like to congratulate two of our most recent promotions, David DeMelo and Rachel Freedenberg. Dave has been promoted to Vice President of Sales and Rachel Freedenberg has been promoted to Senior Executive Sales Consultant. Dave has been with Treeline for over ten years and has been instrumental in the growth and direction of the company. He has been a leading individual contributor as well as manager. He manages Treeline from an operational standpoint and he is a critical component to the company’s success. He is a driving force and a trusted leader. He continues to drive revenue and build his own inside sales team.
Stephanie has the drive, passion and positive outlook that has helped her pursue a successful sales career. Stephanie is a recent graduate from UMass Dartmouth. She loves working with people, collaborating and working towards solutions. She is an athlete at heart and has competed in various sports. In college, she ran on the track and field team while also competing in cheerleading. Throughout Stephanie’s collegiate and professional career, she has had a pull towards helping others achieve their goals.
“That’s not my job”…the four worst words you can say in business…and possibly in life. At one time or another, we may have all found ourselves in the position where someone is asking something of us that doesn’t fall under our “job description” and our immediate response is “that’s not my job.” And I mean, if you think about it, it probably isn’t under your direct list of responsibilities…but if you really think about it, is it really not your job and more importantly is that the right response?
You did it. You just accepted the next step and challenge in your sales career. You signed the offer letter, resigned and you are about to embark on your new journey. Your first 90 days are critical as this is when you immerse yourself into a new role and will be inundated with a new set of skills, knowledge and learning experiences. You want to fully throw yourself into this new role to not only challenge yourself but ultimately set yourself up for success.
The interview process can reveal a lot about a person that a resume cannot. Even though your intention is not to look for the worst in people, you are looking for the right person for your company. This is your chance to vet out the serious players from the not so serious candidates. Here are 7 red flags you should consider during process.