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The Recruiter: Episode 4- People Use Google to Find Jobs

The Recruiter: Episode 4- People Use Google to Find Jobs

How to title your help wanted ad so it gets found on the internet. Please use Google in their job search. Use what people call themselves on their resu…

* The Recruiter* Episode 3 Law of Diminishing Return

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Lenders must lend or drivers won't drive

Lenders must lend or drivers won't drive

In my opinion, sub prime customers are being considered more risky by the lenders that once targeted them. Even traditional co-signers are proving not to b…

4 Reasons to Improve CRM Utilization in 2017

4 Reasons to Improve CRM Utilization in 2017

Yes, dealers are creating a tremendous amount of data. The problem is, most of it is junk. Data is like this 1958 Tops Baseball Card complete set. You have…

Your Car Repair Shop Should Appeal To Parents Whether It is At a Dealership or Privately Owned

Your Car Repair Shop Should Appeal To Parents Whether It is At a Dealership or Privately Owned

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The Mysterious Mind of a Sales Manager

Many of us have been sales managers at one time or another. We know there is pressure associated with needing to meet goals, managing the huge range of personalities in the sales and support areas, keeping track of inventory, understanding finance, and any of another ten million things that go into doing the job right.

This infographic by our friends at MindFlash gives a nice (and somewhat humorous) representation of the components of being a strong sales manager. The best sales person is not always good at being a sales manager. Conversely, a good manager may not be good at managing sales. It really takes the right person to be a strong sales manager.

Are you one?

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Mind of a Sales Manager

With this information, is there anything you can recommend to help someone be a better sales manager?

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