How to Write a Resume to Highlight Temporary Experience

If you’ve worked as a remote project manager, consultant or short-term subject matter expert, you’ve probably faced a classic conundrum. How do you organize your resume to keep it concise while ensuring hiring managers understand your experience? Use these strategies to write a resume that highlights your expertise and experience without extending into a novel-sized… Read more »

Questions to Ask Project Management Talent

Sales project management is a unique niche, and it takes the right people with the right mix of skills and personal success attributes to ensure you achieve your goals. Therefore, the interview process for a sales project manager must hit all the right notes so you can be sure you’re making the best hiring choices… Read more »

How Can You Hire the Right Candidate?

The war for talent in today’s tight agriculture market is fierce. Companies need sales and marketing talent with specialized skills, but it is difficult to locate and recruit that talent. A niche recruiting partner in the ag industry can help bridge your talent gap by efficiently and accurately connecting you with the talent you need.… Read more »

How to Evaluate a Candidate’s Personality

In the current market, it’s hard enough to find temporary remote sales candidates who have the experience you’re looking for, let alone the personality traits required for success. However, personality plays a big role in sales success – especially for people who hold remote positions. As part of the hiring process, it’s important to evaluate… Read more »

Why Prioritization is Essential for Your Marketing Team

Most professionals have heard of the 80/20 rule which states that 80 percent of your results come from 20 percent of your efforts. This means that 80 percent of your sales volume is likely generated by 20 percent of your customers; 80 percent of your complaints come from 20 percent of your customers; and 80… Read more »

The Benefits of Hiring Project Managers for Your Sales Team

Sales is a volatile profession in any field. Even the most skilled pros can be derailed by unforeseen changes in the market. When it comes to sales in the ag business, the volatility increases significantly. From market factors to technological changes to the forces of Mother Nature, agriculture companies must constantly strategize and innovate new… Read more »

Help Your Project Managers Adapt to Change Quickly

Remote sales project managers can be an invaluable resource when you have goals to hit and objectives to manage. However, if you don’t help those project managers adapt quickly to change, they might not be as effective as you had hoped. Use these strategies to get your remote sales reps up and running quickly and… Read more »

Finding Your Work-Life Balance When You Work From Home

Working remotely sounds like a dream. You have no standard daily commute. You can pick your kids up from school. And maybe even run to the store if you need to. However, most remote workers quickly learn that work-life balance can be difficult to achieve when the lines between home and work become blurred. Use… Read more »

This Is Why You Didn’t Hear Back After Submitting an Application

Have you been burning the midnight oil, sending application after application and you’ve heard nothing back? This can be extremely demoralizing, but if it’s happening to you, don’t throw in the towel. There are some common mistakes that job seekers make that keep them from landing interviews; luckily, they are easy to correct. If you’re… Read more »

Strategies to Boost Productivity on Your Team

In today’s hyperconnected world, everyone seems to be “busy” all the time. However, there is a distinction between being busy and being productive. It is critical to help facilitate true productivity on your team, but that facilitation can be a challenge for the modern leader, especially if you have one or more remote project managers… Read more »