Intro To The Dental Industry
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A short assignment designed to open your eyes to some of the companies, products and services that drive today’s dental industry.
Company Culture & The Right Fit
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A short exercise designed to help you determine the core values to better define your preferred company culture.
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Conferences offer a great opportunity for making new connections. To get the most out of the meetings you attend, plan your strategy well ahead of the actual event. Check out the upcoming events we plan to attend. See you there!
Excellent resumes have the power to open doors!
To stand out among other applicants, you need a resume that markets your strengths and match for the job. Resumes describe your qualifications and what makes you unique, but great resumes must also:
- Grab the attention of potential employers & recruiters
- Spotlight your strongest skills and accomplishments
- Demonstrate how you’re a match for a position
- Land you a job interview!
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Is there a fee for me to work with you?
No cost to you, the candidate, ever. My company clients pay my fees.
Who will know I’m working with you?
Our working relationship is confidential; I’m a vault. When I introduce you to potential employers, it will never be without your permission. There is nothing nefarious about looking for a new career step. In fact, working through a good recruiter can allow you more freedom in your search because you don’t have to do all of the legwork, risk uncomfortable conversations; basically, you get to consider your options and sleep easy.
I’ve signed a non-compete with my current employer. Can I still work with you?
I’m transparent where my own business practices are concerned. It’s up to you to know what the terms of your non-compete dictate, and to be open with me about them. We can still work together, but I don’t dance around the truth. I won’t work with company clients who demonstrate a lack of ethics in the hiring process; and I won’t work with candidate clients who pretend to be anything they aren’t.
How are you involved in the industry, and why should I trust you?
My industry relationships are strong and healthy, and I work hard to nurture them constantly. I am a volunteer committee member for Oral Health America. Ultimately, I serve Dentistry, and I love it! I’m also an employment coach. I will protect your reputation as well as my own.
What if I don’t have sales experience, or at least not in the dental industry?
If you have no sales experience, the dental industry should not be the first place you try to get it. Your best bet to enter this industry is to come to it with successful sales experience under your belt, at least 2-3 solid years of it. If you are already a successful sales professional, the dental industry may be a great fit for you! Connect with me on LinkedIn, and let’s get to know each other in order to figure it out.
If I work with you, do I have to stop working with other recruiters?
Working with me doesn’t preclude you from working with other recruiters. My advice would be to make sure you’re considering opportunities with companies whose values and work environment line up with your values, and your work style.
“Paige is the ultimate professional and amazingly suited for her role. I cannot say enough about how knowledgeable and helpful she was to me. From my first encounter with Paige until the last, she was focused on learning more about who I was, what my strengths were and what I could offer as a candidate. The knowledge that she has regarding the industry and the impact she had on my job search is both priceless and immeasurable.”
– Paula Kube