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How to be a More Effective Interviewee

08.15.11   |   Job Search & Career   |   Sean Cashman, Senior Consultant at Treeline Incorporated

I am a huge movie buff - I have a bit of an obsession with them. Half of my daily dialogue is stripped directly from the good and bad movies that I love. I decided to write a blog that would combine this obsession with another passion of mine - my job as a recruiter. As a sales recruiter, I have plenty of tales to tell about candidates, clients and the events that unfold throughout an interview process.

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Software Sales Rep Needs 3-7 Years Experience

06.20.11   |   Sales Recruiting   |   Sean Cashman, Senior Consultant at Treeline Incorporated

The Technology sector is growing rapidly and many are on the lookout for the talented sales professionals. They look for a track record of success, a person that has found achievement cranking the phones and closing business and are passionate toward being a top producer. These sales teams are growing and there is a strong need for exceptional talent. The challenge is that this type of sales person is hard to acquire.

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Sales Behavior-Play More to Win More

04.25.11   |   Job Search & Career   |   Sean Cashman, Senior Consultant at Treeline Incorporated

Changing our behavior to achieve better results is the most important challenge we face in trying to compete in this chaotic world. To improve any and all aspects of your life--you may not know how to begin. What can you do differently to create more positive results in your work and personal life? - Chip Eichelberger, author of "Think: Applying the Success Principles of 1918 Today" One of our recent blogs was about being in a sales slump and what you can do to break out of it. The article suggests that even the smallest changes in your behavior will help to get your head on straight and out of a slump.

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2011 Sales Hiring Trends

02.22.11   |   Sales Recruiting   |   Sean Cashman, Senior Consultant at Treeline Incorporated

One of the most commonly asked questions that I get from both candidates and clients is, "How is it looking out there?" They are not asking me about the weather - but they are asking me about the climate...get it? Sales professionals are always interested in what Treeline sees on a day to day basis and how the employment market is behaving. Well here is your update...

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4 Ways to Overcome Workplace Distractions

12.02.10   |   Job Search & Career   |   Sean Cashman, Senior Consultant at Treeline Incorporated

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.

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How to Create a Video Resume

10.05.10   |   DADOMATCH   |   Sean Cashman, Senior Consultant at Treeline Incorporated

In today's job market, it is important to stand out from the crowd. At Treeline, we recognize the benefits of showcasing your personality and the need to market yourself to prospective employers. That is why we created DADO. Our platform gives you the ability to create a profile and in that profile is the capability to upload a video. A video exposes your personality, highlights, past accomplishments, and reveals professional endeavors.

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Having a Bad Day?

05.21.10   |   Job Search & Career   |   Sean Cashman, Senior Consultant at Treeline Incorporated

Some days, the events lead to having a good day full of good conversations, good dealings and ultimately, for us sales people, good money. Then there are those other days…those days where nothing is going your way, nobody is happy with you, and it seems as though the bad news won’t stop coming. I’m talking about bad days. These are the days where you are truly tested – can you keep going or do you pack it up and call it quits. Do you allow the frustration from one event carry over and affect your whole day?!

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