I'm a Manager who would like to be promoted to Director in the near future. While reflecting on how I've developed in my role with my current company, I've realized that the only development/coaching I've received has been on how to interact with the difficult personalities on our leadership team. I know that messaging is important, but this feels really specific to individual's bad behavior.
Is this common for someone who is looking to move from Manager to Director?
Any suggestions on how to get around the “gatekeeper?” My job relies on calling and visiting cold leads and getting past the gatekeeper and speaking to someone who can make a decision is becoming nearly impossible.
So I’ve always had a rough time trying to find what role titles I would be a good fit to apply to given that my career growth has been so peculiar (HR assistant at hotel, Operations Manager at hotel, seller support at Amazon, customer experience coordinator at an IT company, talent acquisition specialist at a health org)
In those roles I normally took more in my plate than the typical role requires (hr functions, data analysis, etc)
With 6-7 years if exp what role should I look?
Husband is looking for a new role - Sr Manager/director level resource management/talent operations related - has anyone heard of any openings? TIA!
Question - if an employee damages other employees car at company property, can you fire them.
I have been requested to specifically develop of satisfaction survey directly related to management/supervisors and how they are perceived by the company. This would not only be new, but completely outside of the timeline we typically use for our surveys. Although I am excited to build it, it also feels odd that I am creating a survey targeted towards finding weaknesses of leadership. Am I thinking too much into it? What are your thoughts?
I need help immediately! So I just got an offer from Gartner, but I am also interviewing with Google, Microsoft, and Tik Tok.
I am prepping for a final loop at Microsoft but told Gartner I have an offer to make negotiations more in my favor.
Is it bad to accept an offer from Gartner then finish the interviews at another company higher on my list and accept the other offers(Google/Microsoft) instead?
& Can I push for my compensation without presenting the other offers?
I want to get my masters in HR, but I also want to get my phr.. is it better to get one over the other? Or should I do both. Are there any masters hr program someone can recommend?
Hello Everyone, I recently joined an organization as a Business Development Rep to help market SEO, SEM, CONTENT WRITING, WEB DEVELOPMENT & E-COMMERCE. I need ideas on how to get qualified leads in Canada and the US for these services. Anyone with any ideas or resources of getting qualified leads, Please help as this is a very good opportunity for me and it's something I'm very interested in doing. Please, Please, Please Brainstorm with me or introduce me to good contacts for this. Thank you!!!
Curious if others think it is unprofessional to take a potential job candidate to lunch (with other current employees) after an interview with management. Then after lunch bring them back to do a second less formal interview with said current employees who would essentially be co-workers if this candidate was hired.
I always have to go back and audit my commission pay because it’s never correct. A year ago when I found out that I could actually do that, I was a little bummed I’ve been missing out on that for months . My manager said “well it’s your paycheck”. My first sales job I never had to do worry about getting paid correctly. I’d like to think that companies take responsibility for paying their employees accurately and fairly. Is this a common thing in sales or was I just spoiled that first job?
Has anyone transitioned from direct sales to indirect (channel, solutions consulting, etc.)? I’m an Enterprise AM currently (6+ years of total closing experience in SaaS) but looking to make a change sometime in the next 18-24 months. Certainly expecting to sacrifice financial upside but growing tired of the grind.
Hi! Are any of you SDRs at HashiCorp, Inc. (Austin location)? Do you like working there? How's the starting pay? Opportunities to grow?
Does your company offer an insurance payout to employees who opt out of your insurance plan and if so how much? We do, however we think it’s too low of an offering and would like to increase it. We want it to be logical from a financial standpoint.
Looking for company/vendor recommendations who can do new hire “swag” kits and other engagement elements throughout the year. US based. Currently 100 employees but likely 500 by EOY.
Anyone willing to take a minute to look at/critique my resume? I’m looking for mid level Talent Acquisition positions. Would greatly appreciate it!!
It feels weird posting a LinkedIn post in FishBowl, but I found this post from Jamal very insightful. I would have just copied the text, but I want to give him credit.
Hi I'm a new sales dev't rep (SDR), and I was wondering how to mentally prepare for cold calling. Would you guys mind sharing any preparation rituals, attitudes, or mental framing you might find helpful? I would appreciate any general advice.
Does anyone have a workout/diet plan they recommend that they can share or I can purchase? I have a peloton and some free weights but no gym and want to try to get in shape. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
EY’s plan to split its audit and consulting businesses would give thousands of its partners multimillion dollar payouts https://www.wsj.com/articles/eys-breakup-plan-means-windfalls-for-partners-11655726838?st=dtwydu35rre7mn7&reflink=article_imessage_share
Been on the pill for years but thinking of switching to an IUD. Anyone willing to talk about their experience if they made the switch
MBB Folks: what are some things (that aren’t directly advertised to candidates) that you wish you knew prior to joining the firm? They can be good or bad
Thoughts on buying an investment property in Chicago or the burbs? Recommended areas where it’s easy to rent out
Seeking advice: Looking at long term Career salary trajectory between the big 4 vs big tech. Currently a director /sr manager at a big 4 and have an offer from a big tech firm paying 30% more. Long term, i can make partner at my firm in a few years if I stay, which has its benefits. If i go to big tech, im assuming i will be able to make partner salary even sooner. $ aside, not sure about the wlb at big tech. looking for advice from everyone else if i should stay at my firm or take this offer?
I work in Risk advisory and I'm thinking of making a change to M&A. Any interesting book or material to start learning and have a base? Also, recommendations on how to make this change?
Thanks in advance
Interested in knowing the typical pay for a PACU position (since it's considered critical care) if any of you on here work in that area. Specifically with Banner facilities in AZ.
Leaving PA for government job, is it a good move? Pay is pretty lateral at this moment. What is the exit opportunity after 20 years of government work experience?
Does your home office location matter for taxes if you live in a different state and never work out of the state of your home office (i.e., your time sheet doesn’t have your home office state)? Thx!
Looking into buying a duplex, the mortgage+interest is 4000/month, that’s 65% of my monthly salary. Someone talk me out of buying
Context: I’m currently renting a room, but sick of living with 4 roommates and renting my own place is freakin expensive and feels like a waste. It’s affecting my mental health too.
Any resume editors that can help me out ?