About Stu Goldblatt

Stu is a sales ‘junkie.’ He joined the SRI team in February, 2010 after being both a candidate and a client of the firm over the previous 20 years. A graduate of Washington University in St. Louis, Stu brings a distinguished 25 year career history of innovative and progressive achievement developing and implementing strategic marketing and sales programs. Stu has successfully directed both large and small teams of technical, sales, and marketing professionals, he is uniquely qualified in helping his clients build award winning sales teams. A few of the disciplines that he has been successful in are; Fashion & Apparel, Medical Device & Equipment, IT Hardware, Software and Managed Services, Industrial Hardware, Internet and Mobile Communications, and Business Services. Stu earned the CPC (Certified Placement Consultant) and CERS (Certified Employee Retention Specialist designations from The National Association of Personnel Services. While in his previous employment Stu was awarded “Employee of the year” for achieving nine years of double-digit sales growth. It is this knowledge that helps Stu understand the needs of clients and candidates.

Email: stu@salesrecruiters.com


5 Notes of Gratitude for the Work We Do

  By Stu Goldblatt  |    Wed Jun 03, 2020

Category: Article

I want to thank the staff at Sales Recruiters. The amount of time they took working with me along with the insight you provided was extremely valuable. It is apparent that you and your firm work at a high trust and commitment level. Both you and your clients work together...

How to Decide When to Turn a Job Offer Down

  By Stu Goldblatt  |    Sun May 17, 2020

Category: Article

It’s a long process to apply for positions, interview and receive a job offer. Often times it is not until the third or forth interview that an offer is made for a position. As great and thrilling as an offer can be, sometimes it has to be turned down. It can...

4 Books to Sharpen Your Leadership Skills This Week

  By Stu Goldblatt  |    Sat May 09, 2020

Category: Book Review

Liberation Management Tom Peters In the new economy, hierarchical business structures are being consigned to the shredder and replaced with flexible, fast-responding, ad hoc groups of brainworkers. Tom Peters, author of the bestselling IN SEARCH OF EXCELLENCE is once again ahead of the curve, and now...

4 Books to Sharpen Your Leadership Skills This Week

  By Stu Goldblatt  |    Tue Apr 14, 2020

Category: Book Review

Reading is a great way to be productive and pass time. As social distancing orders continue to remain across the United States and the world, there's no better time to freshen up your business leadership skills with a few highly recommended books. We've asked President of Sales Recruiters, Inc., Henry...

5 Books to Read During COVID-19

  By Stu Goldblatt  |    Mon Mar 23, 2020

Category: Book Review

The Age of Unreason Charles Handy Handy maintains that discontinuous change requires discontinuous, upside-down thinking, and discusses the need for new kinds of organizations, new approaches to work, new types of schools, and new ideas about the nature of our society. The Motivation to Work

Six Books to Add to Your Audible List

  By Stu Goldblatt  |    Thu Feb 27, 2020

Category: Book Review

Strategy and Structure Alfred Chandler Chandler shows how the seventy largest corporations in America have dealth with a single economic problem: the effective administration of an expanding business. The author summarizes the history of the expansion of the nation's largest industries during the previous hundred years and...

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