As a Sales Recruiter, I interview hundreds of sales people a year. Most are good at verbalizing what they have done throughout their career but can't necessarily create a resume that reflects that information accurately on paper. Many claim that they have tweaked and rewritten their resumes over and over again with the same results - a resume that is getting them nowhere.
The Regional Sales Manager is responsible for an existing team. The responsibilities include full cycle talent management. You must feel confident with your ability to hire, train, motivate, mentor and sustain a top producing sales team.
A wonderful gift this year for your team may be the book Delivering Happiness by Tony Hsieh, CEO, Zappos.com, Inc. He is creative and definitely an out-of-the-box thinker. This book is captivating for both employees and entrepreneurs. It is an easy read and is written as a comic book. Tony's story is engaging and interesting.
Our client is a well positioned and leading innovator in the medical IT market. This company is well connected in the hospital community and growing at a rapid rate with their revolutionary SAAS solution. This out-of-the-box solution integrates with all healthcare information systems and is customizable to integrate with each hospital process.
When you land an interview, you probably hear dress professionally, sit up straight, ask thought provoking questions, do your research on the company and the role, and close them on moving forward in the process. These are all the basics when meeting with a company who is trying to qualify you for a role - pretty straight forward. But what if the company is not trying to qualify you?
Our client is a worldwide leader in clean technology. They offer a broad suite of technology products that create an energy efficient environment for their clients as well as eliminating unnecessary stress on utility companies' grids. Their energy management applications provide cost-effective solutions to traditional power management and distribution.
Dear Recruiter, I am a gainfully employed sales representative and for the first time in a long time, I'm going to start selectively searching for a new opportunity. I've started to look on my own, but I have not had much traction and I was told to work with a specialized recruiter. To be honest, I'm not sure what to expect or what type of questions I should be asking. Help!