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How to survive moving into a new industry

If you told me I’d be working in marketing a few months ago, I would have found it laughable. Changing careers has required a lot of learning, with a small amount of imposter syndrome. Here are my 3 top tips for surviving your first month in a new industry.

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Reasons to hire for the person and not JUST their experience

One of the most important lessons I’ve learnt as a recruiter is that people with amazing looking CVs are often disappointing when I get them on the phone, and people who have no demonstrable experience often really impress me. Why is this and why should we consider hiring the later candidate?

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Sales Career How To’s: Promotions, imposter syndrome and changing jobs

This blog will fast-track your career progression by showing you how to navigate through three of the biggest challenges you’ll face: The politics of asking for a promotion, how to deal with imposter syndrome and knowing when it’s the right time to leave your company for a new opportunity.

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4 ways to ensure success in the early stages of your sales career

You’ve managed to secure yourself a job and get onto the ladder. Now what? Here are 4 ways to navigate the early stages of your sales career as recommended by CEO’s and sales leaders: Be proactive. Build and Engage With Your Network. Set Yourself Goals. Find a Mentor.

The only way is up! Building resilience in sales

Resilience in Sales and How to Build It

Sales can be a really fulfilling profession. It can also be really tough if you find it hard to accept rejection and move on from lost opportunities. Learn how to build your resilience using techniques and methods recommended by four sales experts…

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ExP Tips: How To Negotiate Your Salary

Salary negotiation is an important, and very normal aspect of the employment process. Yet everyone, myself included, finds it incredibly awkward. Whether it’s for a new job or you’ve been gunning for that promotion, it’s a well-known phenomenon. Our salaries SHOULD reflect our education, career level, skill set and the strengths we offer.

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The ExP Story: Part 2

Part 2 of ‘The ExP Story’, a blog inspired by our two-year anniversary interview featuring our founder, John Richardson. John discusses how our recruitment process enables candidates to demonstrate the skills that are required for the every-day tasks of SaaS sales representatives, how you can test for resilience in the recruitment process and more…

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