10 Top Tips for Professional Video Conferences

  By Henry Glickel

Category: Article

Video conferences rose to popularity during the Covid pandemic and are a useful tool for connecting teams, meeting with clients, and conducting interviews remotely. Below are our ten top tips for keeping video conferences professional. Assess the lighting Good lighting is vital to great video as being...

3 Books to Dive Into the Last Weeks of Summer

  By Sheri Pintarelli

Category: Book Review

As summer begins to come to a close, we're working to sneak in reading just a few more books for both business development and personal development. Here are just three titles we've added to our Amazon cart this week. Maverick! Ricardo Semler Semler turned his family's...

Should Your Next Sales Manager Be an Internal or External Hire?

  By Henry Glickel

Category: Article

Hiring a new Sales Manager is an important decision for any organization and a major question is always whether it should be an internal promotion or external hire. There are merits and drawbacks to both approaches and it’s important to weigh them up before making a decision. Let's...

15 Pop Interview Questions to Ask During Your Next Interview

  By Henry Glickel

Category: Article

Conducting an interview this week? What you ask matters more than ever before as companies are looking to rehire following COVID-19. Whether it's the need for a candidate with a strong cultural fit, a unique skillset or a number of any other variables straining your hiring, here are 15 pop...

Remote Work: Sales Team Success Tips

  By Sheri Pintarelli

Category: Article

Having an effective sales team in place is vital to the success of any company and traditionally these roles have always been carried out on site as teams work in-person. Due to the impacts of COVID-19 attitudes are starting to shift among employees and job seekers alike, with...

3 Questions You Should Be Asking Your Sales Hires

  By Henry Glickel

Category: Article

Interviews... it's become a common part of the lives of many looking to reenter the workforce following COVID-19 layoff. We've heard interviewing compared to a tennis match. The ball gets hit back and forth, rather effortlessly. You can hear the swoosh and the bounce of the ball. An...

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