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2 Traits Every Level 5 Sales Leader Must Have

01.25.18   |   Job Search & Career   |   Chris Damico, Patient Conversion Team Lead at Align Technology

When you Google “what is leadership,” you get 594,000,000 results. Harvard Business Review published an article featuring research from Jim Collin’s book “Good to Great,” where he breaks down 5 Levels of Leadership. A Level 5 Leader must possess all the qualities in the other 4 levels. Most leaders end up in in the Level 4 category, which is still a great place to be. So how do you get to Level 5 Leadership?

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18 Sales Conferences to Attend in 2018

01.23.18   |   Job Search & Career   |   Chelsey Canavan, Director of Marketing at Treeline, Inc.

It’s 2018 and that means you’ve set some big goals this year. It also means you’re gearing up to attend some amazing sales conferences this year too. But which ones should you attend? There are a lot of great sales conferences lined up for 2018, so we compiled a list of 18 sales conferences you should consider attending (in no particular order).

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My Favorite Question Sales Candidates Ask Me in the Job Interview

01.23.18   |   Job Search & Career   |   Chelsey Canavan, Director of Marketing at Treeline, Inc.

However, most candidates fail to prepare a list of questions to ask the hiring manager. Asking thoughtful questions is important. It helps you to decipher whether or not the company and job is a fit for you. It also shows the hiring team that you’ve done your homework and are interested in the role. So what are some thoughtful questions that resonate with hiring managers? We asked top sales leaders to share some of their favorite job interview questions they’ve been asked and why they are important.

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This is Why I Won’t Return Your Cold Call Voicemail

01.22.18   |   Job Search & Career   |   Nicole Giggie, Sales Manager at Treeline, Incorporated

I’m in sales, and there is nothing worse than getting a “bad” cold call, and those of you in sales know what I am talking about. This article isn’t about whether or not cold calling is dead, alive, cold, or warm. It isn’t about best prospecting tips or what’s wrong in the world of sales development. Aside from reaching out to the wrong person, or the person you’re calling has no need for your company’s products or services at the time, it has to do with how you leave a voicemail.

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Neil Joins Treeline

01.18.18   |   Job Search & Career   |   Chelsey Canavan, Director of Marketing at Treeline, Inc.

Treeline, Inc. is happy to share that Neil Judd has joined the team. Neil Judd joins Treeline as a Sales Recruiter, helping sales professionals advance their careers professionally, personally, and financially. Your search for the right sales job and company is unique, and Neil understands that. He takes the time to consult with each candidate to introduce the right sales opportunities that align with each search.

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Luca Joins Treeline

01.18.18   |   Job Search & Career   |   Chelsey Canavan, Director of Marketing at Treeline, Inc.

Treeline, Inc. is happy to share that Luca Graham has joined the team. Luca Graham joins Treeline as a Sales Recruiter, helping sales professionals advance their careers professionally, personally, and financially. Your search for the right sales job and company is unique, and Luca understands that. She takes the time to consult with each candidate to introduce the right sales opportunities that align with each search.

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5 Lessons I Learned in My First Year of Management

01.10.18   |   Job Search & Career   |   Rachel Freedenberg, Division Manager at Treeline, Incorporated

From Sales Rep to Sales Manager: What I Learned in My First Year of Management. 2017 was an exciting, rewarding, and educational year for me. I was promoted to Division Manager at a company I love being a part of. And I learned a lot. I’ve always considered myself a team player and enjoy helping my Treeline team members in their day-to-day activities. That’s just the culture here at Treeline, Inc., but being promoted to Division Manager meant building and training a team of my own. It meant putting my team before myself and it taught me what leadership really is.

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