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January 7, 2019

1. Old-fashioned Customer Service When I started in the recruiting business we hand carried or snail mailed resumes to clients, sat down and talked to them about each candidate.  That may not be practical today.  But that’s the type of customer service and care that’s instilled in me and we still live by every day. […]

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December 5, 2018

“Life shrinks or expands proportional to one’s courage.” (Anais Nin) I think it’s time to become familiar with a term I coined; “interpersonal courage”.  For sales professionals, interpersonal courage, may be the most essential trait you’ve never heard of. So, what is I.C. (interpersonal courage)?  I.C. is one’s ability to capture her prospect’s/customer’s intentions through[…]

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June 25, 2018

As many of you know (or don’t and are curious) I am the ex-wife of Jordan and currently The VP Sales and Marketing at www.pinnaclesource.com.   I have known Jordan for over 30 years and have seen many changes of the CRO (Chief Recruiting Officer) of The Pinnacle Source over the years.   Together we’ve[…]

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October 10, 2017

Don’t Forget To Breathe As phone interviews become the norm, I advise candidates to prioritize a rarely mentioned strategy. Breathe! Stopping to take a deep breath throughout interviews allows for clarity, conciseness and thoughtfulness. How many times have you had to cut off a candidate’s rambling, misguided response to your question? Enough said. Applying This[…]

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January 7, 2019

1. Old-fashioned Customer Service When I started in the recruiting business we hand carried or snail mailed resumes to clients, sat down and talked to them about each candidate.  That may not be practical today.  But that’s the type of customer service and care that’s instilled in me and we still live by every day. […]

Read More

December 5, 2018

“Life shrinks or expands proportional to one’s courage.” (Anais Nin) I think it’s time to become familiar with a term I coined; “interpersonal courage”.  For sales professionals, interpersonal courage, may be the most essential trait you’ve never heard of. So, what is I.C. (interpersonal courage)?  I.C. is one’s ability to capture her prospect’s/customer’s intentions through[…]

Read More

June 25, 2018

As many of you know (or don’t and are curious) I am the ex-wife of Jordan and currently The VP Sales and Marketing at www.pinnaclesource.com.   I have known Jordan for over 30 years and have seen many changes of the CRO (Chief Recruiting Officer) of The Pinnacle Source over the years.   Together we’ve[…]

Read More

October 10, 2017

Don’t Forget To Breathe As phone interviews become the norm, I advise candidates to prioritize a rarely mentioned strategy. Breathe! Stopping to take a deep breath throughout interviews allows for clarity, conciseness and thoughtfulness. How many times have you had to cut off a candidate’s rambling, misguided response to your question? Enough said. Applying This[…]

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January 7, 2019

1. Old-fashioned Customer Service When I started in the recruiting business we hand carried or snail mailed resumes to clients, sat down and talked to them about each candidate.  That may not be practical today.  But that’s the type of customer service and care that’s instilled in me and we still live by every day. […]

Read More

December 5, 2018

“Life shrinks or expands proportional to one’s courage.” (Anais Nin) I think it’s time to become familiar with a term I coined; “interpersonal courage”.  For sales professionals, interpersonal courage, may be the most essential trait you’ve never heard of. So, what is I.C. (interpersonal courage)?  I.C. is one’s ability to capture her prospect’s/customer’s intentions through[…]

Read More

June 25, 2018

As many of you know (or don’t and are curious) I am the ex-wife of Jordan and currently The VP Sales and Marketing at www.pinnaclesource.com.   I have known Jordan for over 30 years and have seen many changes of the CRO (Chief Recruiting Officer) of The Pinnacle Source over the years.   Together we’ve[…]

Read More

October 10, 2017

Don’t Forget To Breathe As phone interviews become the norm, I advise candidates to prioritize a rarely mentioned strategy. Breathe! Stopping to take a deep breath throughout interviews allows for clarity, conciseness and thoughtfulness. How many times have you had to cut off a candidate’s rambling, misguided response to your question? Enough said. Applying This[…]

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January 7, 2019

1. Old-fashioned Customer Service When I started in the recruiting business we hand carried or snail mailed resumes to clients, sat down and talked to them about each candidate.  That may not be practical today.  But that’s the type of customer service and care that’s instilled in me and we still live by every day. […]

Read More

December 5, 2018

“Life shrinks or expands proportional to one’s courage.” (Anais Nin) I think it’s time to become familiar with a term I coined; “interpersonal courage”.  For sales professionals, interpersonal courage, may be the most essential trait you’ve never heard of. So, what is I.C. (interpersonal courage)?  I.C. is one’s ability to capture her prospect’s/customer’s intentions through[…]

Read More

June 25, 2018

As many of you know (or don’t and are curious) I am the ex-wife of Jordan and currently The VP Sales and Marketing at www.pinnaclesource.com.   I have known Jordan for over 30 years and have seen many changes of the CRO (Chief Recruiting Officer) of The Pinnacle Source over the years.   Together we’ve[…]

Read More

October 10, 2017

Don’t Forget To Breathe As phone interviews become the norm, I advise candidates to prioritize a rarely mentioned strategy. Breathe! Stopping to take a deep breath throughout interviews allows for clarity, conciseness and thoughtfulness. How many times have you had to cut off a candidate’s rambling, misguided response to your question? Enough said. Applying This[…]

Read More