With the ever-changing market, it is critical to have tenured leadership at the helm. The best products, technology, and visions are all useless without strong leadership. Over the years, we at Captivate Talent have had the good fortune of building trusted relationships with industry leaders. Every company needs these leaders to survive; this has become more apparent than ever.
Due to strong demand from the tech community, we have decided to expand our business offerings with an Interim Sales Leader Program. This program consists of a bench of proven executives that can not only help plan but also execute their revenue strategy.
An Interim Sales Leader is not your standard “consulting” service with a copied playbook that has your company logo stamped on it. These are individuals that are proven entities, carefully vetted by our executive team; the focus will be on execution. We will continue to expand upon our network of high-level operators that bring a proven track record of success and possess the tenure needed to navigate this challenging time. To ensure proper onboarding and oversee effectiveness Captivate Talent has strategically partnered with Mike Stankus of STM360.
Our offering is ideal for a start-up that can’t make a full fixed cost commitment to a senior leader or a company in need of strong sales leadership due to an abrupt departure. These industry leaders will be able to execute in the below areas:
In addition to leading global teams at Acquia and Sapient, Mike Stankus has been a sales management thought leader for the past 30 years. Through his consulting company STM360, Mike has delivered over 200 sales consulting engagements to companies in a variety of industries. Mike has personally trained/coached over 1000 sales leaders through his program Fundamentals of Sales Leadership.
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