Treeline's social media efforts are lead by Amanda Musto. Her goal is to efficiently market Treeline's services to companies looking to hire sales professionals and candidates seeking new sales opportunities. She successfully implemented a social media plan, which resulted in an online community of sales professionals that work with Treeline. As a result of her hard work, determination and creativity, Amanda has been promoted to Marketing Manager.
Dear Dave, I have been selectively seeking new opportunities for the past few months. I enjoy working at my current job, but can't help thinking that I could leverage my 5 years of inside sales experience to attain a new opportunity that would give me the financial and professional value add I have been working towards in my career. I am working diligently at both my current job and looking for a new job. As the saying goes, "Looking for a new job is like a full time one!" I have been on a couple interviews and been pushed through the hiring process on the majority of them.
Our client is a rapidly growing technology company that is aggressively cornering an exciting emerging market. This is a cutting edge, privately held company that is about to explode. This is an inside sales management position that will oversee the internal sales team. You will be responsible for coaching and developing all members of your team while maintaining a environment that motivates.
I’m guessing you generate the lion’s share of the revenue for your company. But have you ever stopped to think about your selling style? I have found that company owners tend to be either schmoozers or closers. Being a good schmoozer can undermine your closing ability, so knowing which one you are can reveal who your next hire should be.
The sales job market is picking up aggressively and hiring managers are urgently trying to find the right sales professionals to attain their first quarter goals. Many of our clients are still mindful of the last couple of years and the volatility of the economy, but nonetheless they are ready to take 2011 by storm and get back into the game.
Sometimes getting from where you are to where you'd like to be careerwise can seem like a daunting task. While time and experience help, other actions can speed the process along. Here, executives in a variety of fields share their tips on how to move up the ladder a bit faster. Accumulate knowledge. "Knowledge is power," says Linda Matzigkeit, senior vice president of strategic planning and human resources for Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. "You need to read about your industry, know what people are doing and keep your edge on innovation."
Economists surveyed by The Wall Street Journal are increasingly optimistic about the pace of the recovery, predicting the U.S. will grow at better than a 3.2% annual rate in each quarter this year. "The U.S. economy appears to have successfully navigated the adjustment from a recovery driven primarily from economic stimulus and inventory rebuilding to one driven by private domestic demand and rising exports," said economists at Wells Fargo & Co. "Three percent growth looks pretty good, particularly with housing stuck in low gear."