10.27.09 | Sales Recruiting | Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated
Treeline, being a sales recruiting firm known for building best in class sales organizations, is a leading indicator in today's market and is quickly becoming a benchmark on the market. Therefore, we have a window to the new world and over the past 12 months we have indicated that traditional sales methodologies are quickly becoming obsolete. Thus, in order for your sales organization to be successful in today's selling environment you need to adapt to the new landscape and change your selling techniques from the classic model.
10.20.09 | Job Search & Career | Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated
<p align=left><b>By Kenneth J. Rossetti, Esq.</b></p> Many readers of this blog are either sales professionals bound by non-competition agreements ("noncompetes"), or employers of sales professionals who require their personnel to execute and comply with noncompetes both as a requirement of employment and as a post-employment condition intended to protect the business' confidential information, trade secrets, and good will (for a discussion of noncompetes in Massachusetts, please see this author's 6/9/09 article on this blog, entitled, "The ABCs of Noncompetes in Massachusetts").
10.19.09 | Sales Recruiting | Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated
I was recently invited to attend the annual President's Forum by The Entrepreneurship Institute in Boston. Although originally skeptical, I found the one day event to be extremely informative and enjoyable. Attending the event were roughly 100 CEO's from many successful organizations throughout New England and three guest lecturers that have experienced a significant amount of accomplishment in their careers. The format of the event was open forum and allowed the attendees to discuss challenges and seek advice amongst peers from all industries.
10.14.09 | Sales Recruiting | Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated
One of the challenges for any sales manager, especially a fairly new manager, is conducting an effective sales meeting while consistently engaging your team. It can be extremely difficult to supply your team with valuable information without erring on the side of boring lectures and mundane sales tips. The purpose of a sales meeting is to engage your team, have the team participate and be able to share positive and constructive feedback.
10.12.09 | Sales Recruiting | Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated
As a recruiter for sales positions I'm often asked what I'm seeing out there in the market place. Both candidates and clients are extremely interested in finding out what other companies are doing and what the new landscape is turning out to look like
09.29.09 | Sales Recruiting | Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated
This is my favorite advertisement of the year. This is a DowJones advertisement from the Wall Street Journal. It is incredibly creative and is amazingly effective at connecting Charles Darwin with today's selling climate. The advertisement continues with this paragraph: "Sales has evolved into a tough profession that puts busy people under intense pressure to constantly hit their numbers. To succeed today, a salesperson needs to close deals - not waste time searching for information or making cold calls."
06.18.09 | Sales Recruiting | Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated
As a sales manager, one of your greatest responsibilities is to motivate your team. It is your job to build an enthusiastic and energetic environment that breeds an attitude of endurance, persistence and winning. Every sales manager has their own motivational tactics that they’ve used, but every once in a while it’s nice to have some type of collateral that speaks for itself.