01.18.17 | Job Search & Career | Chelsey Canavan, Marketing Manager at Treeline, Incorporated
Here are 16 sales conferences you should attend in 2017. Professional sales conferences are a great way to sharpen your tool kit. You have the opportunity to learn from top industry leaders, educate yourself on emerging trends, expand your network, and even prospect. And the included happy hours don’t hurt either.
01.12.17 | Job Search & Career | Chelsey Canavan, Marketing Manager at Treeline, Incorporated
We wanted to recognize our team members who have been promoted over the past year into roles that will have an immediate effect on this year’s success. Each team member plays a critical role in the company’s growth and we want to thank our incredible team for showing up every day with the mission to make a difference.
01.10.17 | Job Search & Career | David DeMelo, Division Manager, at Treeline, Incorporated
Whether you are in final stages with the company you’re interviewing with for a new job, or are asking for a pay raise at your current company, negotiating salary is never easy.We all want to be passionate about our jobs and love what we do. And although money is not everything, it is something, so how do we ask for more of it? Even though this conversation may seem uncomfortable, it can be both tactful and tasteful. It’s okay to be disappointed with a compensation package and not accept the first salary offer.
12.21.16 | Job Search & Career | Sean Mitchell, Sales Leader at RealSpace
What is an objection? In the sales world, it is a response from the buyer that they are not convinced your product or service is right for them…yet. The objection could happen at any stage in the sales process: on a cold call, on the discovery call, or demo. To be honest, true selling does not even begin until you receive your first objection. Sometimes you’ll find that you cannot overcome a buyer’s concern.
12.09.16 | Job Search & Career | Tyler Ordway, Recruitment Operations Manager at Treeline, Inc.
Millennials are changing the workforce. If you are struggling to understand their needs and get the feeling that they are all lazy and entitled, you are mistaken. Millennials bring a new dynamic to the workforce. As hiring managers, you can either take advantage of their skillset to empower them to be leaders in the organization, or they will leverage your training and move onto another opportunity with a better offering.
12.09.16 | Job Search & Career | Dan Fantasia, CEO and Founder at Treeline, Incorporated
I want to start off by saying that I love the Millennial generation. The Millennial generation has energy and passion. They are innovative with an entrepreneurial mindset in a digital and technology-driven age. Their potential continues to unfold as generations before them retire from the workforce…but with that shift comes the belief that they are not ready to lead.
12.01.16 | Job Search & Career | Chelsey Canavan, Marketing Manager at Treeline, Incorpated
We’re in sales. We talk to people all day long. Whether we are on the phone or sending an email, we are trying to connect with people on a daily basis. As a result we’ve created our own language. For better or for worse, we have our own acronyms, industry-specific jargon, and go-to phrases. We’re all guilty of it. Whether you like the sayings or not, at one point of another we have all received a phone call with a sales representative on the end asking if “we have 5 minutes to talk.”