It's a numbers game
1. I cannot tell you how many Sales Executive resumes I have read that have NO SALES NUMBERS! If you are someone who is responsible for any numbers, which could include budgets, departments Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), operational goals, sales forecasts, revenue goals, etc, it is CRITICAL that you add these key accomplishments to your resume.
2. Always be as specific as possible. Context is incredibly important. Being responsible for $50M in sales a quarter is very different than $25K. “Hit 101% in sales revenue in Q1” sounds good. But what if I say, “Hit 101% in sales revenue in Q1 1 versus a national floor average of 78% attainment across 1500 sales makers.”
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