Archive for February, 2018

BankTalentHQ Podcast Preview Show

February 28th, 2018

In our first show, find out what makes BankTalentHQ from other job web sites. Learn about the advantages our platform offers for the financial services industry. Discover where to find our latest special offers. And, get a few tips about how to track the performance of your job listings. For job seekers, this episode gives […]

Ask the Coach: Do I need to be a good sales person to grow my career in banking?

February 26th, 2018

Absolutely not. Banking is a customer-centric industry and almost every role in the bank offers some value to enhancing the customer’s financial well-being. Happy customers generally drive bank growth, which creates greater career opportunities for staff. By maintaining a focus on customer satisfaction in your role – regardless of whether you are in front line […]

Ask the Coach: I’m having a hard time fitting my resume onto one page – is that still a requirement?

February 16th, 2018

The short answer is no, however, it does depend on your particular situation. If you are early in your career (out of college, or one or two jobs in) it probably makes sense to have a one-page resume. Each of your jobs should have 3-5 bullets a piece of accomplishments and results. As you progress […]

Ask the Coach: What’s the best approach for exceeding sales targets?

February 9th, 2018

It all starts with understanding your target customer and what activities you need to perform to engage them. Then focus on proactively and skillfully performing those activities on a consistent basis. Those activities could include outreach calls, networking functions or gaining referrals. Seek coaching and guidance on how you can more effectively perform these activities. […]

Happy New Monday!

February 2nd, 2018

As I approached New Year’s Eve and Day earlier this month I couldn’t help but feel a sense of renewal, optimism and hope for the year ahead. New Year’s Eve was filled with excitement, reflection, closure and hope: I celebrated the accomplishments I was proud of – my wins, successes and joys I experienced. I […]