It seems inevitable that when you want to be at the helm on a company or lead the charge, that you must be the rock solid leader with answers to everything. Truth is, you know deep down you have the same fears and uncertainty as everyone, yet you still put up a brave front, but you are afraid, very very afraid on the question if everything is worth it at the end of the day.
Granted that writing on this matter makes me seem bias to what I do as I am a co-founder of a CRM consulting services company, however I have come across too many prospects and customers in my entire CRM selling experience where the users and management view CRM as more of a management tool rather than a tool to increase sales. So here is why you should really reconsider that line of thinking.
Our job titles are like ‘dog tags’ equivalents and is used to identify what we do especially in social functions. At best it gives a vague description of our role and at worst some titles are so fancy, you’re left wondering what the person does at all. But does it really matter whether you are a director, manager, consultant or executive?
Managers, Directors, Consultants, and Specialists, unlike 10-20 years ago when they were a dime a dozen, we see them everywhere today. There’s no denying, we live in an era where job titles are given out like free prizes and I might add, at some situations, to some rather underserving individuals