If the best sales organizations have great sales leaders, what separates high-performing sales leaders who exceed their quota from underperformers who miss their quota by more than 25%?
Whether you’re writing to a client, to a manager or to a colleague, you can’t thank people enough in your emails. Everyone wants to feel appreciated, so thank your readers for what they have already done for you, and thank them for what you want them to do in the future! You’ll find that some kind words combined with sincere appreciation of their efforts will go a long way.
Maximize your business efforts to ensure you provide the best service to your clients and ultimately, drive more business! Alan Berg, recommends you ask yourself the following questions in the infogaphic to determine if you are too busy to be successful.
Commonly known as the Beige Book, this report is published eight times per year. Each Federal Reserve Bank gathers anecdotal information on current economic conditions in its District through reports from Bank and Branch directors and interviews with key business contacts, economists, market experts, and other sources.
In one sense, your company’s hire strategy is complex and meticulous. You draft a comprehensive job description, thoroughly analyze resumes, and conduct in-depth interviews to ensure you hire the right person for the position. On the other hand, some aspects of the hiring process are so simple that a child could provide some insight.
Beginning next month, every American who files a Form 1040 tax return will have to check a box indicating whether or not they have health coverage.
Emails are more important than you might think. When applying for jobs, they can be just as important as an impressive resume and well-written cover letter, especially when you’re only corresponding electronically. According to today’s infographic, the majority of daily email comes from business correspondence. So, think about that the next time you include a smiley emoji at the end of a sentence.
Nathan Morand is a loyal hard working individual with a wide background of valuable experience. He is able to do manual labor including intricate manufacturing work. Nathan Morand also has a strong background with sales and customer service. He has interacted with customers in a professional manner while answering questions and concerns. Nathan Morand is a committed enthusiastic person who is looking to start a career and grow within a company.