Our client is a leader in the telecommunications industry. They have shown consistent growth over the years and are known for their best in class products. They pride themselves on their dedicated team of employees who provide next to none service to their customers nation wide. This organization offers excellent benefits and lots of growth opportunities.
Creating a fun, exciting and positively charged sales environment that fosters healthy competition in your sales team will ultimately result in success. Below is a great story from Charles Schwab in Dale Carnegie's book, How to Win Friends & Influence People about the need to stimulate competition in your sales team. Sales people are fierce competitors and there is nothing more thrilling than to accept a challenge to compete.
Our client is a fast growing organization and has been named Selling Power's prestigious "Software Sales Organization of the Year Award. They have cutting edge software that updates company information and data automatically and daily.This role is currently seeking talented inside SaaS/CRM/Web-based sales representative. This role requires an individual to source new business opportunities. You will call on enterprise wide accounts building relationships with CMO's, VP of Sales, and other executives.
Most of us can admit to clicking into our favorite investment site from time to time over the past couple of weeks, especially our retirement and college savings accounts; some have been more distracted than others. Whether you are buying or selling, and clearly more people have been selling, the turmoil in the market has been hard to tune out. However, there are plenty of reasons not to get distracted right now.
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.
Treeline is happy to announce the newest member of the team, Michael Smaha. His optimism, competitive nature, and eagerness to succeed are a great addition to the Treeline Team. Mike graduated from University of Maine, Orono with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Management & Marketing in 2008. Born and raised in Portland, Maine he wanted a change of scenery, so he started applying for jobs in Boston. He quickly found a job for a Fortune 200 company in Boston where he worked in employee benefits, selling life and disability insurance to brokers.
The real value of a search firm isn't in the number of opportunities they have, but rather the information they can provide before the first initial interview. With any sales engagement the more information you have up front, the more effective and meaningful the meeting will become. This same philosophy rings true with the interviewing process, which is simply another sales engagement. If you come across unprepared for an interview it typically ends the same way an unprepared sales engagement does.....with a closed door.