While many companies hire based on candidates’ experience, others find raw talent to be a stronger harbinger of success. But, how do you identify and measure “raw talent” during the hiring process? Austin Merritt, the COO of Software Advice–a company that presents reviews and ratings of recruiting and sales software–recently shared how he objectively measures raw talent during his sales team’s hiring process.
Our client is a rapidly growing company that is aggressively cornering an exciting emerging market. This is a cutting edge privately held organization looking to add sales talent to their team. They specialize in business information solutions that support an organization’s crucial business processes.
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Whether you are a Chief Revenue Officer, Vice President of Sales, Director of Sales, Sales Manager or a Team Lead it’s your job to motivate teams of sales professionals. Being a sales leader is similar to raising a family. You have to put in long hours and offer endless sacrifices. Sometimes your hard work and commitment go unnoticed, yet you come back each day ready to make a difference and to win. Seeing your team succeed and hit the numbers makes it all worthwhile.
A job search can be a lengthy, stressful and often time-consuming process. It can actually be a full-time job effort, especially if you are currently working full-time. However, if you have conducted a productive search and interviewed successfully with multiple companies hopefully you will have the good fortune to have received multiple job offers. At this stage you would think all the hard work is over but deciding which offer to accept can be just as difficult as the search itself.
Our client is a rapidly growing technology company that is in one of the most dynamic and innovative industries in today’s market. This company is well positioned and a leader in the mobile application space. This is an inside account manager sales position. In this role you will be responsible for driving new business. You must be comfortable prospecting for new clients and building strong relationships.
If you can believe it, it’s that time of year again where recent college graduates are now becoming alumni and entering the work force. Many are in the same boat, trying to figure out their next move and start their professional career, but some may find themselves thinking “what career path is best for me?”