Kirsten Hines, writing for Helium.com, pointed out that confidence is the key for sales recruitment candidates, as this will be conveyed during the interview and be likely to impress potential employers.
She explained that one of the worst parts of an interview can be being posed a question you do not know the answer to, but this can be resolved by staying calm and showing that you are composed under pressure, before asking them to go into more detail regarding the subject at hand.
"Any questions that are posed to you answer with a positive attitude. Take the question and put a positive spin on it. For example, challenges become opportunities. This will illustrate that you are a candidate that can overcome hurdles," Ms Hines advised.
Recently, Geoff Fawcett, operations director for Hays Financial Markets, told the Financial Times that sales recruitment hopefuls should omit anything form their application which they deem to be irrelevant.
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Source: Salespeak News