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This is Course 2 in the Salesforce Sales Development Representative Professional Certificate. In order to successfully complete the course, please ensure you have taken Course 1: Groundwork for Success in Sales Development. The goal of this course is to prepare you to build your professional tech sales portfolio, and develop and leverage your personal and professional brand. You will be primed to ace your interview and leave a lasting impression on your future employer. These skills will get you in the door of a fast-growing tech company and launch your tech sales career. Course 2 in the Sales Development Representative (SDR) Professional Certificate will give you the necessary skills to launch a career in the non-technical side of the tech industry. By the end of the course, you will be able to: - Develop an understanding of the tech industry landscape in order to cultivate a long term career plan - Construct an intimate understanding of your audience and express a personal story that is unforgettable - Formulate a results-driven professional portfolio that showcases your track record and sets you apart from other candidates - Create a lasting impression through the interview process To be successful in this course, you should have: - An ability to communicate in verbal and written form in a way that is accessible and understandable by a general audience (you don’t need to be formal or refined) - Baseline computer literacy (you must be able to use a word processor, web search, and email) - Familiarity with social media, including LinkedIn - Ability and willingness to learn new technology tools - Motivation to grow personally and professionally - Hunger for feedback and coaching - Successfully completed Course 1 in this training...



Foundations for Interviewing with Confidence: 1 - 5 / 5 レビュー

by Jason M


I found this course really helpful in providing me with a detailed understanding of what I need to know to be successful when interviewing with tech companies.

by Chirag



by Patrick J


If I was just rating the instructors I would give 5 stars but I am getting frustrated with the examples they use for how to craft resumes and build linkedin profiles. I understand the need to be results driven and metric oriented, but the examples they use seem out of touch with the students likely to be taking this course. Maybe its just me but I am taking this course to become an SDR but they constantly use examples as if you should already be able to talk about how I overshot my quota by 120%, or after a bad week of cold-calling I consulted with my manager and did better the next week. It doesn't really help me as somewhat who is coming from an industry that is not currently reliant on metrics. When they do use examples that might be more relevant to someone like me, for university students for example, It is always something like I was president of so and so association, we cannot all be presidents of student organizations. I just hoped they would ground their examples for people who are not already achieving at a high level in this industry. If I already had an SDR role I would likely be focusing my learning efforts in a different direction, so examples with the premise that I already have a vast set of "results" to include on my resume or profile seems out of touch. I need help crafting a resume to land my first SDR role not get a better one. It reminds me of job-hunting when the entry-level position requires years of experience. Where am I to draw this experience from if not from an entry-level position. Perhaps I am projecting my own situation as the basis of my assumption for the majority of fellow students, but I would be willing to bet I am not alone on this

by Nan D


The grading process is very slow. It takes weeks to receive it which delays the process of getting a certificate and wastes time.

by Sinem D


I had to wait so long for grade, after I submitted my assignment even though I post it twice on discussion form.