Sales Brief: Future proof

Sales Brief: Future proof

If you're on the hunt for a new sales job in 2022, I've got a piece of advice: be prepared to ace your sales assessment test.

What's a sales assessment test, you might ask? It's a standardized test to evaluate sales skills during the interview process.

This week, I wrote a blog post covering the full process of the test, including sample questions, format, how to prepare for it, and what to do if you fail. Check it out here: Sales assessment tests: What to expect + effective preparation tips

Even if you're not looking for a sales job, this is still worth a read!

Go get'em,

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