About Jeffrey Traill

Jeff joined SRI in 1999 and has become a nationally respected Certified Personnel Counselor (CPC) whose experience has made him a valuable asset in helping his clients build successful sales teams. Whether his client is a start-up company or a fortune 500 company, Jeff is able to identify and present the talent the client needs to grow their business. Some of his most recent placements include President and CEO, EVP of Operations, VP of Sales, Director of Sales, National Account Manager, Regional Sales Manager, Territory Manager and New Business Development Manager. Jeff received major awards in our national network, including Rookie of the Year honors and the Zenith award (most ever billed in first year). Jeff is the recipient of the “Award of Excellence” presented by the First Interview Network. As a leader in the industry, Jeff has been invited to speak on the “Big Biller Panel” at the Northern New England Association of Personal Services conference for 2016 and 2017.

Email: jeff@salesrecruiters.com

 

How to Retain Your Top Sales Talent

  By Jeffrey Traill

Category: Article

It’s no secret that the sales industry has some of the highest staff turnover rates in business which makes retaining top talent difficult. Every time someone hands their notice in you’re faced with the prospect of starting your recruitment cycle all over again. It can put business targets back...

5 book to Spend Time Nose Deep In

  By Jeffrey Traill

Category: Book Review

Looking to help your business grow? Spend some time nose deep with these five books: The Confidence Plan Essential Steps to a New You Sarah Litvinoff Confidence is a much sought after, but often elusive, quality. Most of us are confident in some aspects of...

4 Books to Sharpen Your Leadership Skills This Quarter

  By Jeffrey Traill

Category: Book Review

Dynamic Administration Mary Parker Follet Along with Lillian Gilbreth, Mary Parker Follett was one of two great women management gurus in the early days of classical management theory. She admonished over-managing employees, a process now known as micromanaging, as "bossism" and she is regarded by some writers...

7 Books to Dive Into This Spring

  By Jeffrey Traill

Category: Book Review

Ready... set... read! Whether heading out on vacation or looking for a new book for your team to dive into this quarter, we've rounded up a few of our best-recommended books with a few on selling! The Confidence Plan Essential Steps to a New You Sarah Litvinoff

Sales Techniques Your Team Needs

  By Jeffrey Traill

Category: Article

Building a high-performing sales team is a great way to ensure consistent leads come into your business and are converted to paying customers. The thing about sales techniques is that different team members will have different specialties and customers will respond better to some than others. Make these...

How to Explain Frequent Job Movement On Your Resume

  By Jeffrey Traill

Category: Article

There are seasons of life that bring forth frequent job changes. It is an adventure and fun at times along the journey, but the consequences can be enormous when trying to find employment and your resume displays 10+ jobs before age 30. However, changing jobs between...

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