Reaching Future Job Candidates Worldwide

by Henry Glickel | Category: Article

Posted on Monday May 13, 2024 at 02:15:23 PM

For the second consecutive year, Sales Recruiters, Inc. President and Recruiter, Henry Glickel, had the privilege of connecting virtually with students from the Alison Bixby Stone School in Honduras. Located in the valley of Yeguare, Fco Morazán, Honduras, this private bilingual school reached out to Henry to conduct Zoom interviews with their class. The students, as part of a homework assignment, diligently reviewed and were tested on Sales Recruiters' interview mastery program, the same one used for screening their own candidates. Henry was thoroughly impressed with the level of preparation and execution displayed by the students in their responses to the interview questions. What stood out even more was the fact that over 60% of these high school students already had LinkedIn profiles. This highlights the importance of early career planning and professional networking, showing that it's never too early to create and maintain a LinkedIn profile for future career success. Ashley...

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Unraveling Open-Ended Interviews: Embracing Authenticity and Confidence

by Henry Glickel | Category: Article

Posted on Wednesday May 8, 2024 at 07:59:08 AM

Navigating open-ended interview questions demands a nuanced approach, recognizing that there's no definitive playbook. These queries serve to delve into your thoughts, experiences, and problem-solving skills. There's no clear-cut right or wrong; honesty and authenticity take precedence. Rather than tailoring responses to fit an expected mold, these questions invite you to reveal your true self. Confidently tackling open-ended interview questions involves deciphering their underlying purpose. First, take a beat to gather your thoughts, focusing on articulating your ideas clearly and succinctly.  Being candid is key.  Don't hesitate to share personal anecdotes or professional challenges; these narratives often yield the most compelling and memorable responses.Embrace the ambiguity these questions offer—it's often within these unstructured moments that creativity and critical thinking shine. Use these opportunities to communicate your enthusiasm for the role, aligning your...

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The Art of Closing

by Henry Glickel | Category: Book Review

Posted on Friday May 3, 2024 at 07:57:37 AM

Closing the deal in sales is an art form that intertwines trust, understanding, and mutual benefit. It's the culmination of a journey, where the rapport, the needs, and the solutions presented reach a decisive and final moment.  This month we have gathered a few books focused on closing the deal.  Pick up one of these books and brush up on your closing pitch or embrace a new idea.  Remember, the pinnacle of a successful sale isn't just the handshake that finalizes the agreement; it's the satisfaction on both sides and marks the beginning of a valuable relationship. Close and Grow Rich John A. Palumbo No scripts to...

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