My team and I were recently asked (told) to assist in filming a video presentation for Treeline. We all took turns in front of the camera. Some of us were good, others not so much, but we all put our best foot forward and presented in the same manner we present to our clients every day. When we watched the footage we all had the same reaction. “Do I really look like that?” “I don’t sound like that, do I?” “What is that weird thing that I am doing with my mouth?...do I always do that?”
The job market is picking up, at least in the world of sales, and more and more job seekers are asking for advice. The advice they seek is based on positive economic changes, specifically around the increasing job creation and the high demand of talented sales professionals. Job seekers now have more options and are being courted by typically more than one company. Even though this is all positive, multiple options for a career move can create confusion and the need for advice.
Our client is a very dynamic, high growth organization that is ramping up their sales organization. This is an exciting and dynamic organization that has been a leader in cutting edge Document Output Management. This is a very exciting time for this company as they build brand and gain market share quickly. If you want to contribute to a growing organization and help build a successful sales organization, this opportunity may be of interest to you.
Our client is a UK based software company that is looking to build a North American office in the Boston area. They provide a single pane of glass for managing and monitoring distributed IT infrastructures. They offer monitoring software for IT departments to view performance of in-house IT centers. Performance of Servers, Cloud, and Applications.
Our client is the market leader in their space. They have experienced double digit growth on an annual basis since 2000 and have accelerated revenue through acquisitions and a very strong leadership team. Candidates must have a degree and a minimum of 7 years managing a Client Retention sales team. Qualified candidates must have a proven track record of hiring and developing sales teams while understanding the importance of client retention and satisfaction.
Job seekers, I know that you have probably already received endless advice on social media. You read articles on how to set up social media sites, how to create a personal brand, which sites you should be using, and what you should and more importantly should not be sharing on social media sites.You’re told that potential employers are searching for you on social media sites and that it can make or break you landing an interview, so since we work in the recruiting space we decided to conduct our own survey.
Recently, I came across an interesting sales statistics image on LinkedIn that really caught my attention, and apparently many other LinkedIn users as well. I dug deeper and found other articles claiming that the National Sales Executive Association posted these findings. The sales statics were: