Bob Knight, the now retired coach of the Indiana Hoosiers, once said, "Right here is the key to success in coaching. Probably no motivational device I've ever come across is as good as this." He was holding a bullwhip. Did fear motivate the Hoosiers? Bob Knight led the Indiana Hoosiers to three NCAA championships and eleven Big Ten Conference championships. He was also recognized as Coach of the Year multiple times. And the bullwhip... it was a gift from a player.
Our Client is a leader in providing in-depth research on trends and emerging developments within the Healthcare space. This is an Inside Sales Account Executive role. You will be responsible for generating new sales opportunities within existing accounts, as well as prospect and find new business. As an account executive you will call decision makers in the healthcare space, such as Directors of Marketing for Pharmaceutical and Medical Device companies in your designated territory.
An interesting article by Spencer Jakab appeared in The Wall Street Journal on 10-July. This article discussed the significance of the monthly Job Openings and Labor Turnover (JOLT) report which is issued by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor. This is not the more commonly quoted Labor Department unemployment rate report which offers a single headline number.
Our client has been in business since 1995 and is growing in New England. They are looking to hire a Director of Sales and Marketing who will have the opportunity to develop strategy and execute his/her plan that will grow this respected brand. Our client has built a respected brand and values ethical behavior and principled performance.
Our client is a full solutions software company that drives performance within companies by offering solutions that organize and solve critical document issues. Their methodology around creating consistent content that is easy for consumption has revolutionized many industries including the pharmaceutical and financial markets.
What is your resume telling people? I know what you are saying - "My resume is stellar!! It is telling them about all the successes and accomplishments with each role I have held throughout my career"...but what is your resume telling people about you?! Is it really articulating all the bells and whistles about your back ground? Is it accurately representing you?
As an entrepreneur I can tell you first hand that an entrepreneur starts off working for free. You are not getting paid, and no one cares about what you are doing except for you. Your belief will bring you success and failure is always right around the corner. The harsh reality is that as an entrepreneur you will need to fight to win and succeed. When you decide to work for free, there is no going back... you have rent to pay, employees to hire, websites to build and products to develop.