04.15.16 | Job Search & Career | Tyler Ordway, Corporate Account Manager, at Treeline Incorporated
Sitting in a cubicle all day can be exhausting and mundane. Whether you like it or not, your cube is your home, where all the magic of your daily routine will be happening. It is a place you spend most of your time at and should be a place you enjoy and find comfort it. Don’t let it feel like a box that you’re stuck in. Make a place that is comfortable and where you get your best work done. As a member of cube-life myself, I thought I would share 10 of my favorite hacks, tricks, and tips to make your cubicle one of your favorite places.
04.14.16 | Job Search & Career | Chelsey Canavan, Marketing Manager, at Treeline Incorporated
Let’s face it. Searching for a new sales job is hard. It’s like dating. Both parties, job seekers and hiring managers alike, are searching for the “perfect fit”. It can take several different interviews, some really great ones and some really bad ones, until you find “the one.” It’s also like trying to be a mind reader. As a job seeker, you are trying to figure out what a hiring manager is actually looking for in a candidate.
03.14.16 | Job Search & Career | Mike McGee, Corporate Account Manager, at Treeline Incorporated
Wouldn't it be fantastic if we could eliminate the obstacles of everyday life and lead a stress-free existence? Wouldn't that just make everything so much easier? In any sales organization, it's often echoed how stressful sales process can be - there can be tons of peaks and valleys and many things are out of your control. You're consistently accountable for deadlines, due dates, targets, forecasts - oh, and actually selling stuff. Managing and growing a pipeline isn't easy and can be extraordinarily stressful. No wonder all of those Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce guys had beverage carts desk-side.
03.14.16 | Job Search & Career | Mike Stone, Executive Sales Recruiter, at Treeline Incorporated
When you’re building your career, you are looking for both opportunity and sustainability. The goal is join a company that you like being a part of and one that invests in you as an employee. Many people change jobs over the course of their career for many different reasons, and the two biggest reasons are generally around compensation and location. However, sales professionals aren’t always chasing the dollar, and are sometimes motivated by other red flags to search for a new job.
02.17.16 | Job Search & Career | Rachel Freedenberg, Senior Executive Sales Consultant at Treeline, Inc.
If you are sitting here thinking about the ‘resolutions’ you set for 2016 and how you haven’t stuck to them… you are not alone. About 45% of American’s vow to make some type of New Year’s resolution. However by the end of January nearly one third of these folks have called it quits. The problem is one we see all the time – people focused on the “get rich quick” scheme or the “magic diet pill.” These are not long term solutions to an underlying problem but quick fixes that will ultimately fail. I am not saying you shouldn’t have goals, but rather you should have a plan and system to achieve those goals.
02.16.16 | Job Search & Career | Chelsey Canavan, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated
Treeline is happy to announce the newest member of the team, Tom Pierce. Tom has the drive, positive attitude and motivation that has helped him build a successful sales career. Tom has a passion to take on challenges, and solve problems in a collaborative approach. His ability to adapt to any situation and work in a fast-paced environment make him a great addition to the Treeline team.
Treeline would like to congratulate two of our most recent promotions, David DeMelo and Rachel Freedenberg. Dave has been promoted to Vice President of Sales and Rachel Freedenberg has been promoted to Senior Executive Sales Consultant. Dave has been with Treeline for over ten years and has been instrumental in the growth and direction of the company. He has been a leading individual contributor as well as manager. He manages Treeline from an operational standpoint and he is a critical component to the company’s success. He is a driving force and a trusted leader. He continues to drive revenue and build his own inside sales team.