Here are a few simple dos and don’ts that will help ensure that your sales recruiting nets you the best candidate for your company.
Sales recruiting isn’t just about finding the best salesperson. It’s also about finding the right person for your company culture and long-term vision. For your sales recruiting to be effective, there are many small details that you have to pay attention to. If you skip over those details, you could end up hiring a great resume-and a mediocre salesperson. If your sales recruiting doesn’t end with you hiring the best possible candidate, it’s hard to call it a success. Here are a few simple dos and don’ts that will help ensure that your sales recruiting nets you the best candidate for your company.
Sales recruiting is different in every business, and changes from one position to the next. While no list can cover everything you need to know about sales recruiting, the dos and don’ts listed above should go a long way toward ensuring the success of your hiring. It’s also worth remembering that sales recruiting is a process, and the more standardized you make that process, the easier it will be to repeat it successfully in the future. Establish a written workflow for your sales recruiting, stick to it, and things will run smoother in the future.
Rhys is a tenacious, top performing Senior Sales Recruiter with 11+ years of focused experience in the Digital Media, Mobile, Software, Technology and B2B verticals. He has a successful track record of headhunting top performing sales candidates for some of the most exciting brands in North America. He is a Certified Recruitment Specialist (CRS) and has expert experience in prospecting new business, client retention/renewals and managing top performing sales and recruitment teams. Rhys enjoys spending quality time with his wife, son, and two daughters, BBQing on a hot summer day, tropical vacations and cottaging.