09.11.12 | Job Search & Career | Sean Cashman, Senior Consultant at Treeline Incorporated
Our client is a very dynamic, high growth organization that is a smaller business group that is part of a Billion Dollar services organization. This is an exciting and dynamic organization that has been exponentially growing in size for the past couple of years, from $6M in FY11, $11M in FY 12 and they are planning to be over $15M in FY13. They focus on ROI services geared towards corporate Learning and Development.
06.14.12 | Job Search & Career | Sean Cashman, Senior Consultant at Treeline Incorporated
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?
05.21.12 | Job Search & Career | Sean Cashman, Senior Consultant at Treeline Incorporated
This blog is not your prototypical New Grads - "congratulations and seize the day" mumbo jumbo. This is a call to action for all recent college grads to say - "Congratulations and My Condolences" school is over and now it's time to join the working world. What is your plan? During this time, every year, I speak with a lot of recent grads or students who are in the middle of finals and a majority of our conversation is focused around building a plan for their job search - so here are some tips on how to get started:
03.09.12 | Sales Recruiting | Sean Cashman, Senior Consultant at Treeline Incorporated
Finding top talent and hiring top talent are two different things. There are plenty of companies out there that know how to find talent but not as many know how to effectively hire that talent. In this market, there are plenty of candidates who are looking for better opportunities and the best of those candidates are being selective with how they chose their next role.
02.07.12 | Job Search & Career | Sean Cashman, Senior Consultant at Treeline Incorporated
Are you unemployed? For how long? What happened with your last opportunity? Why are you no longer there? Do you find it difficult to answer these questions in an interview setting? You are no alone - as the media reminds us on a daily basis, there are a lot of us that are not currently employed. That means that there is a huge percentage of Americans who face these challenging questions everyday in interviews and even worse, they do not know how to answer them with confidence.
12.19.11 | Job Search & Career | Sean Cashman, Senior Consultant at Treeline Incorporated
This time of year is a wild card. Holidays are closing in, the fiscal year is winding down and decision makers start to disappear into Year End and Kick off meetings. Walk into any bullpen and you will see a number of things happening: Some people have pulled all their triggers and are using the next few weeks to ramp up and get a head start on 2012. Some people are mentally checked out and spend their days doing last minute on-line shopping and making 'Elf Yourself' videos. And then there are some people who are working diligently, trying to wrap up their year and close some last minute deals to hit their 2011 number. Something about these last few weeks of the year has people thinking: "Why try?! Its over." However, it is far from over - you just have to focus on what is urgent and what can close in the next 2 weeks.
10.14.11 | Job Search & Career | Sean Cashman, Senior Consultant at Treeline Incorporated
"Ignore the noise" These words are plastered on the locker room walls of the most successful NFL football teams in the game. This phrase is at the top of a list of best practices that have been proven to help the team to be the best at what they do. For the players inside that locker room, it helps them be the best NFL football players, but this practice can be applied to you and if you can effectively execute 'ignoring the noise' on a daily basis, it will help you to be the best at what you do.