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At Robertson Sumner, we’ve been helping companies build successful sales, marketing, and technical teams for over 20 years. In this upcoming series we share insights on how to hire and retain top talent in sales, […]
Our latest partnership We are thrilled to announce we have partnered up with Sales Impact Academy! Are you looking to ramp up your performance and strengthen your commercial presence? Then look no further, SIA has […]
Cold calls can be intimidating. However, with solid preparation a cold call can turn into a warm lead. Here is Robertson Sumner’s guide to acing a cold call. Before a salesperson ever picks up the phone, […]
In honour of Halloween this week I wanted to share some tips on “Ghosting Candidates” for our consultants internally. I thought they could be useful for you hiring managers out there who do not currently […]
An interview for a sales candidate should be exactly like a sales meeting except in this case, you’re not selling an actual product or solution; but instead you’re selling YOU! It’s therefore important that you […]
How do you know your last hire was a success?! So, you’ve successfully filled the vacancy that you’ve been struggling with for months however how will you know the chosen candidate was a good hire? […]
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