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Don't let the glass door hit you in the backside!
10 Sales Interview Mistakes. . .
DADOMATCH A new approach to hiring sales people
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Don't let the glass door hit you in the backside!

 
Do you believe you work at the best company on the planet?    Dislike

You may be a CEO or part of a leadership team that are of the mindset that anyone should feel privileged to work at such an outstanding establishment. Well, it might be time to take your beer goggles off! Many companies are completely off the mark when it comes to what their employees really think about your work place. And, this is not something you should take lightly.

 

Let me illustrate an example of the reason why:

 

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10 Sales Interview Mistakes. . .

The title is pretty straight forward, so here they are:

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  • Professional Attire - Always:
    • This is an easy one but many times underestimated.   Don't make the mistake of going on a 1st interview wearing a button down shirt and khakis.  Real simple - Guys, dark suit (blue, black, or grey), white or blue shirt, and a conservative tie.  Clean shaven, no piercings. Gals, corporate attire and close toed shoes.  You might have more style to offer but they are not going to hire you because or your style - but it is a very real possibility that they will not move you forward because of your style.  Keep it simple and clean for the interview - show off your style after you get hired.
  • No Cell Phone - Off or Leave it in the Car.  No Mute Button.
    • Do I need to say more than this? It doesn't matter what you have going on, if your cell phone goes off or you look at your phone - you are telling the person you are meeting with that they are not the priority.  Huge red flag.  You can afford to go off the grid for an hour.
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Dana Farber 2012

On September 9, 2012 team Treeline participated in the Boston Marathon® Jimmy Fund Walk to change the odds for patients facing cancer.  This is our seventh year walking and our team has grown to include our youngest and newest walkers.  We are very thankful to all of our participants and donors.  Thank you for your support!  

 
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