Working for a bad sales manager can make your job miserable. In the past, if you got stuck with a manager you didn’t get along with, you just had to…
Working for a bad sales manager can make your job miserable. In the past, if you got stuck with a manager you didn’t get along with, you just had to deal with it. You had to make the best of the situation.
Most people quit because of their manager. If you have a bad manager, you’ve likely thought about quitting. Fortunately, you don’t have to work for a bad sales manager anymore.
As we come out of the pandemic, the great resignation, and many organizations being short of staff, it has created a candidate’s market. It’s an ample situation for you to consider your job options if you no longer want to work for your sales manager.
Now is the time to take advantage of the recent job availabilities. When you search for jobs, you don’t have to settle. You can be picky and look for the right sales situation to avoid a bad boss. Forward-thinking companies understand the value of having high-performing sales reps, and they won’t allow a poor sales manager to negatively impact company sales performance.
So, you don’t need to suffer anymore. Start looking for another sales job and find a situation where you can be happy and thrive.
Are you working for a bad sales manager currently? Here are some things you can do to improve the situation and see things through as you weigh your career options:
You have options. So, make the best of the situation until you can move on to another sales job.
Claire has 4+ years of experience in sales and recruitment. As a Director of Client Services, her main objective is to connect great people to great companies by building strong relationships with both top clients and candidates in the sales industry. She specializes in sales roles of all seniority levels for both enterprise and start-up clients North American wide. When Claire isn't networking with top talent, she enjoys being outdoors, traveling and spending time with friends & family.