Picture this: You spend hours the night before your interview preparing. You review the typical interview questions and rehearse the answers over & over reciting them out loud until it sounds like poetry, flowing lyrics to your ears, answering questions without hesitation. "That's it. I'm done. I am going to ace this interview." You grab your calculator for the last time figuring your starting weekly paycheck. With a sigh, it's lights out.
This privately held organization is a rapidly growing company that is building their sales team. They sell to an industry that is projected to be $3 billion and their solutions are delivered via the web as well as through any mobile device. This opportunity is calling for a successful senior sales representative who understands a consultative sell. Most of the deals will be closed over the phone with minimal travel. This is a hunter position looking for someone who has experience working for small companies, who is creative and strategic.
Sales Professionals looking to reach new altitudes (either by reaching their annual revenue target or by taking the next step in their career or both) can relate to the Coach's message. December, our fourth quarter, is not the time for complacency, or to lose focus, or to slow down to enjoy the glow of the score board. December is the time to drive for the very best and highest altitude possible. It's not about the score, and it's not about the external measures of progress; it's about the inner consonance enjoyed by the best of the best who know they converted all they could and achieved everything possible. The best Sales athletes will carry these winning behaviors and habits into 2011 ready for the next challenge and the next win.
In today's fast paced, ever changing world it is more important than ever to network and grow your social sphere. Many people have a stereotypical image in their head when it comes to networking. They picture it as a bunch of people walking around a room, exchanging business cards and resumes while making small talk. While this is one side of networking there is so much more to networking than this. This stereotype is perpetuated by a misunderstanding of the general objective of networking.
This pharmaceutical company has been recognized by multiple publications including Fortune, Selling Power, and Business Week. They have a strong portfolio of products, and a deep pipeline of potential therapeutics. Professionally, they offer a tremendous opportunity for an aggressive sales person looking to grow in an exciting industry. As a pharmaceutical sales rep, you will promote three or four products within an assigned geographic territory. You will work with other reps in a pod-system, and will call mainly on primary care physicians, as well as hospitals and pharmacies. Occasionally, you will conduct evening programs, involving your physician targets and local health experts.
As an executive search firm that focuses exclusively on sales recruitment, Treeline prides itself in the ability to identify top sales talent among the countless candidates vying for our clients positions. We are constantly prospecting and networking; looking for ambitious and driven candidates that know how to build relationships and close deals. For each one of these "A players" we have helped them find a corporation that leverages their strength to build top producing sales organizations. This ensures success for both candidate and company and ultimately builds a long lasting relationship for all.
The point of this blog is that it is more difficult than ever to complete the task at hand in one sitting. There are so many things pulling at us to for our attention that it can only be expected that we will be distracted from what we are trying to accomplish. Now, some people will argue that multitasking has been around for a while now and it is expected in the everyday workplace...I am not referring to typing an email as I talk on the phone.