02.18.14 | Job Search & Career | Sean Cashman, Division Manager at Treeline, Incorporated
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?”
12.24.13 | Job Search & Career | Sean Cashman, Division Manager at Treeline, Incorporated
Here I am, Christmas Eve, and I am at my desk working diligently – sending out emails, cleaning out my inbox, scheduling calls for next week, and preparing myself for my return to the office after the holidays. Why?! Because this is a good day to get some things done before the weeklong celebration that we simply refer to as “The Holidays.” Ebenezer didn’t have it completely wrong – working up to the start of the holidays is not a bad thing, in fact, it has been recognized as a good time to be at work.
11.18.13 | Sales Recruiting | Sean Cashman, Division Manager at Treeline, Incorporated
I have recently taken on a new role at Treeline, Inc. I am still an executive recruiter, building long-lasting partnerships with companies and strong partnerships with sales professionals and my mission has not changed. I still help companies find and hire top sales talent and assist sales professionals in their job search. The new aspect of my role is that I am now building out a team of my own, and let me just say it is way tougher than I thought it was going to be.
10.21.13 | Job Search & Career | Sean Cashman, Division Manager at Treeline, Incorporated
If you are actively looking for a job, whether you are just starting the search or have been looking for quite some time, you should know what people are looking for. Notice how I wrote, ‘people’ and not ‘companies’ – that was not by coincidence. Companies do not hire people, people hire people. And we tell all of our candidates and clients that ‘people buy from who they like, and people hire people they like.’