The Sales Leader
Cutting Edge Strategies for Sales Leaders by Colleen Francis
Our team spends a lot of time working with our clients on compelling value propositions and client testimonials. There are two ways to use client testimonials that are often overlooked that I think are some of the most powerful uses of this type of content.
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See you on June 6th!
You’ve probably achieved a degree of success by doing the right things from the comfort of your office.
If you’re taking the right steps directly from your office, well done! The good news is, if you’re maximizing your efficiency during your work hours in the office, you can expect to achieve great sales results!
The better news? You can actually achieve even greater success by periodically stepping outside the boundaries of your office.
That’s my advice for any business owner or sales leader about to embark on a new phase of recruiting. Far too many leaders stick to the same old, same old when it comes to their recruitment process and trying to find great talent to join their team.
It’s surprising to see how many organizations stick with ads in the paper, online postings and even using the same recruiters they’ve used in the past. They don’t switch things up!
The result? The same tired and boring resumes that keeping flocking in. Sure – you may find a great hire in that pile of resumes. But, generally speaking, if you want to find a “stand out” candidate, don’t use a worn out process to try and attract them.
Here’s how you can add a little creativity to your hiring process: