Posts Tagged 'linkedin'

Grand Junction Team Leader Business Banking

Regional bank with capital looking to hire a team leader based out of Grand Junction. This business banking management position will design and run the market with the Business Bankers on the western slope reporting to them. Competitive salary and ICP plan. Report to an intelligent and understanding EVP. Run this like you would your own company! Must have 5+ years experience in commercial lending on the western slope. Formal credit training required. Management experience preferred but not necessary! Call ...

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Business Banker North Denver

Add to staff due to explosive growth at regional bank. Stable environment with experienced manager and executives committed to a team centric environment. No silos here. Lots of career advancement opportunity. Looking for Business Banker, BDO, or RM that has covered Westminster, Thornton, Commerce City, Aurora corridor. Must have formal credit training and be in market. You will admire the collaborative approach and nimble credit process. Call Mary today at 303.955.1309.

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Oil and Gas Lender Denver

Well capitalized bank is adding an E&P lender to their team. Location is beautiful sunny Denver, Colorado. Come join a team that continues to grow their portfolio and have fun at the same time. 5+ years in Oil and Gas lending is required. Prefer local candidates. Call Mary today at 303.955.1309.

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Commercial Lenders are earning up to $70K at this bank!

Already this year job openings are 3 x what they were last year and in 2012 Magnet Hire placed more people than ever! Magnet Hire is exclusively representing a growing regional bank that is adding commercial lenders in Denver and Boulder. This bank has tenured leaders, work and family balance, and a collaborative approach to growing the business. In addition, local credit decisions will help you close your deals. For 2012 performance RM’s at this bank are earning up to $70K ...

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Vectra Bank’s Jan 18th Economic Forecast Webcast Registration


Wednesday, January 18, 2012
7:30AM– 9:30AM MST

Addressing Economic Uncertainty in 2012

Join us online for Vectra Bank’s 19th Annual Economic Forecast, where our
distinguished panel of speakers will provide their insight on the factors that
will impact our economic recovery in 2012. While there are challenges, bright
spots and unknowns, we’ll walk you through all of these topics from a local,
national and global perspective so you are prepared for the new

This event is FREE, but ...

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How to Improve Your Struggling Sales Team

Trying to get your sales team back on track? Forget the pep-talk. Experts suggest sales management
and training techniques that can improve your company’s sales.

By Tim Donnelly | Aug 10, 2011

What do you do with struggling salespeople? It’s a problem
that’s vexxed multi-national corporations and start-ups; assistant managers and
presidents of boards.

It’s simply hard to know when to pull the trigger on removing underperforming team members when
it could be that the staff just needs a little guidance, encouragement, or
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7 Steps to Incredible Personal Productivity

Practical advice to turn an average workday into an incredibly productive day.

By Jeff Haden  Dec 30, 2011

Occasionally you need to go the extra mile. Sometimes you
need to complete a major project, tackle a task you’ve put off, or just knock
out a ton of work in one day.

Here’s the best way to turn a normal workday into an incredibly productive workday:

1. Let everyone know. Interruptions destroy focus and kill productivity. So are the guilt trips
your family “sometimes ...

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LinkedIn Mistakes: Top 5 Ways to Kill Your Credibility

LinkedIn Mistakes: Top 5 Ways to Kill Your Credibility

Any of these 5 mistakes could turn your LinkedIn profile into a major professional liability.
Here’s how to identify them–and get them fixed.

By Geoffrey James | @Sales_Source | Dec 13, 2011’s Jeff Haden recently posted some suggestions for improving a
LinkedIn profile
. While he’s provided some fabulous advice, it will
all be wasted effort if you make the following classic LinkedIn errors:

1. Post an Unprofessional Photo

The most common ...

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Interviewing Tips

When I coach candidates about the interview process I like to draw a comparison to dating. As a consultant, I match interested candidates up with companies who are not just interested but also offer some of the things that the candidate is looking for.  In essence, I’m setting them up on a blind date!

Prior to the first interview (blind date) here’s what I recommend for the candidate:

  1. Do your homework. Research, Google, ask friends and certainly tap into your executive recruiter ...
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