Resume Preparation – 4 Top Tips To Create The Best Resume
By George Ludwig If you?ve spent the last couple of months wringing your hands, wondering how you and your sales team are going to survive the recession, it?s time to man up. Here are some strategies for helping your team hit your revenue goals even in the worst of times.
The thought of writing a resume intimidates almost anyone. It?s difficult to know where to start or what to include. It can seem like an insurmountable task. In such a case, free tips from professionals, researchers and tips derived out of personal knowledge can prove very useful. These tips can easily [...]
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The economy has taken a dramatic turn for the worst and people are scrambling for numerous reasons. One of the most daunting is the number of individuals being terminated. Unemployment is up and this is not time for that faint of heart.
Terminated 3 times in a six-month period [...]
A 30-60-90-day plan is a written document outlining what you will do as an employee within the first 3 months of your employment. It’s broken up into sections: the first 30 days usually includes training, as well as getting to know the company and customers; the next 30 days are more focused on [...]
Pre Employment Testing or Sales Assessment Tests to Hire a Top Sales Executive or Build a Sales Team
Hiring good sales people is one of the hardest things that a sales recruiter or employer does. Not any more! So how can prospective employers or sales recruiters tell which job applicants can sell? They can make the job applicants take a well-rounded pre-employment sales assessment test. If you are an employer or [...]
In a discussion with the head of sales of a mid-sized pharmaceutical company, he wanted to know why some front-line sales managers are much better than others at hiring top performers. Before answering, I asked if he had a systematic hiring process. The reason I asked that is when there is no process [...]
Virtually every job you apply for in the modern world will require you to send in your resume, and often the quality of that resume is the determining factor in whether you succeed or fail. As so many resumes are just run of the mill efforts with very little thought or preparation, it doesn’t [...]
It’s common for me to get questions from folks in higher-level sales positions or semi-supervisory positions (maybe National Accounts Managers, etc. ), maybe interviewing for Regional Accounts Manager positions, who want to know how to differentiate themselves so that they will be the ones who get tapped for promotions. There’s a lot of [...]
You’ve probably read numerous job interview tips which list the ways to respond to difficult interview questions: Tell me about yourself; What are your work-related weaknesses? Why are you leaving your current employer? These are the usual dreaded questions that we all expect to hear from interviewers. Typically interviewees are advised to create well-prepared [...]