RahulPHR
Account Management, Resource Management,
Senth75
Recruitment Consultant
Anirban_kotak
Assistant Manager
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i have an experience of 3 and a half years experience in frontline sales. I used to like HR profile since long. now i have the oppurtunity to have a HR profile. But if asked about the reason for a change from sales profile to HR then what should be the reason (apart from my liking) ??
can anyone help me out with this question ??

From India, Bangalore
We are on same boat Dear ,i too having Direct Exposure To Sales for past 3 years but now want to change my profile TO HR , still i have not got ans if wat if THe HR professional ask me about the Profile Change Reason
From India, Delhi
Hi,

I am a seasoned HR professional and I firmly believe that there is not much difference between HR and marketing field except marketing professionals being more flamboyant. The “Guru Mantra” to be a successful marketing/HR professional is same i.e. “Customer Delight”. Also from my perspective the skills required in both these profession are common i.e. communication skills, listening skills, client management skills, being emphatic, research oriented, and skills to manage client’s/employee’s expectations.

HR folk mainly deal with internal customers (employees) and marketing folk’s deal with external customers (clients).

I hope this helps.

Good Luck!!

From India, Vadodara
Hi Phukki,
No one can answer this question unless they know you. Atleast your detailed resume and only then anyone can help you with the answer, because you have to give a reason based on your experience you had come across.
I personally feel three years is not a big deal when you shift your domain. Moreover as rahulPHR said Marketing and HR are not very distinct. They have their own similarities.
Give some more details so that some seniors here can give you an apt answer for it.

From India, Madras
Hii All..
I am having 3years of experience in direct sales in two leading private banks of India.I totally agree with Rahul about the fact that HR and Marketing both having a close similarity.For HR folks customer are the employees amd for sales folks customers are outside clients.Don't u think that there is a vast difference between these two types of customers?The folks in direct sales are actually generating the revenue for the company and thus at the end of the month our bank accounts gets credited.Customers for the HR folks are actually working for the same organization thus the moto remains the same whereas for the outbound sales guys its the open market.So how come both the profiles can have a similarity?I too want to switch my profile to HR personnel.So plz suggest me how to proceed.Good luck!!!

From India, undefined
Hi All,
I want to move to HR profile my current role is as below mentioned:
I am handling Accelerated Integration process which is one of the critical processes involved in diagnosing organizational culture to bring positive changes and helping employees to adapt the new changes; it involves conducting culture based surveys, managing survey tool, creating analysis reports.My KRAs:
 Creating links for Organizational Culture based Surveys
 Helping Clients to fill the Culture Diagnostics Surveys
 Collecting all the online fill-in surveys and data
 Creating Cultural analysis reports
 Managing Survey tool
 Coordinating with Clients
 Giving training to new joiner in the same process
 Data-mining
 Query handling
 Auditing of the reports
How can edit it that it can help me to get HR generalist profile.
Looking forward for your valuable suggestions and guidance.

From India, Haryana
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