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good evening. sir i've master degree in management (MBA) in marketing and having four year experience in sales and business development. presently i'm working with ''Tata Teleservices ltd' as sr. executive sales since three year.
sir i'm not satisfied with my current job, because of low growth and lack of challenge in current job.
sir kindly sagest me the best possible way to boost my career.
thanks and regards'
gyanendra srivastava

From India, Lucknow

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Hello Mr.Gyanendra,

I am a freelance recruiter based at Bangalore, and, have a few openings with Barclays Capital in the filed of Sales & Marketing as Area Sales Mgr / Branch Mgr / Relationship Mgr for various locations in North India.

I have gone thru yr c.v, and, would like to understand a few things. Please clarify.

> Are you into direct selling ? Have you done direct selling ?

> Have you trained sales personnel ?

> Are you able to give sales presentations ?

> Big question --> Have you handled a team ? What was the team size ?

Have you done/conducted appraisals ?

> How do you rate your communication skills ? It is very important ?

> What is your current CTC

> What is your preferred location of work ?




P.S : Please finetune your resume and showcase your achievements. Also showcase that you have team handling skills.

If your resume does not speak about achievements then it is without any action/without a voice.

Right now your resume is speaking your language-language of dissatisfaction. Not motivated. You are merely mentioning what you do on a routine basis, which anyone can talk about.

Resume should always talk about how passsionate/inspired you feel about your work. Your contribution to work. Because of your efforts/contribution the company sales improved, revenue improved. Recognition came in. Sales team was inspired. Your work should be inspiring for other sales boys. That is how yr resume should talk.

If your resume talks the language of success then you would obviously be talking the same language with the interviewer.

So my friend i hope you got my point.

Always stay inspired. If you are inspired others are inspired and it shows in work.

From India, Bangalore
Hi Gyanendra,
First and foremost, you need not worry about your situation. Most people get into this situation atleast once in their lifetime. Being in this position is not the issue, detecting and working on it is of utmost importance. Now that you know, you are not satisfied in the current position, i can say you have taken the first step.
Having said that, merely changing to another job may not solve your problem, you would probably want to understand what is your long term objective, what are you passionate about, what interests you most, what provides you with satisfaction at the end of each day etc etc. I am a MBTI certified coach and trainer and have worked with people for the last 10 years helping them understand their interest and finding a short term/long term goal towards reaching their best fit profile. Should you be interested to discover yourself, let me know, i can set up a 1 2 1 coaching session to commence this process.
Cheers and all the very best.
Mujib Khan

Dear Mr Mujib Khan
I also want to get a MBTI certification but can't as i don't know more about the professional institute which provide me the relevant training......................pls guide............................................. ..

From India, Lucknow
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