1. Sales and Product Specifics Training: both personal and remote settings
2. Data research, organization, and presentation
3. Content Writing: creative, academic and technical
4. Sales: phone,
5. Appointment Setting: phone,
6. Customer Service: phone,
7. Lead Mining and Generation
8. Leadership and Organization
9. Analytic Thinking
10. Public Speaking
11. Events Hosting
I have worked with Google and Microsoft Suites (Excel, Word, Powerpoint, Sheets, Form, Docs, etc.) in my capacity as either a supervisor or a manager in some of the BPO companies I have been in. The reports that I send out require me to utilize these tools on a fairly regular basis.
English is what I consider my second language as it has been taught in school and spoken at home for as long as I can remember. My constant exposure to American customers at work, my fondness for Hollywood films, and my lifelong passion for reading have been huge factors in making me well-versed on the various nuances of the language. I can seamlessly adjust my speech patterns and writing style based on the audience I intend to penetrate.
Writing has always been one of my passions and I consider myself as someone who could stand toe to toe with some of the most skilled wordsmiths of my generation. My extensive vocabulary is my strongest suit and I can pull out an array of words up my sleeves that would be suitable for both stringently technical/literary and colloquial sensibilities. I tried my hand at ghost writing a couple of blog posts in 2015 (which showcased my fearless forecast on and eventual dejection toward the Pacquiao-Mayweather superfight) and they were successfully published at thecleverfilipina.com. Unfortunately, the site went on hiatus at some point, and when it was reinstated, my posts could no longer be found. I still kept the original drafts though.
At present, I am the training and sales compliance manager for a hybrid publishing company. I train people how to sell. Contrary to what the tired, old cliche says about resorting to teach other people what you yourself can no longer manifest, I strongly believe that you cannot impart what you do not possess in the first place (which happens to be a tired, old cliche itself, I know). Though I started my BPO career as a customer service representative, I spent the majority of my tenure as a sales consultant/telemarketer for products that ranged from the essential to the novelty.
I may be a Marketing Management graduate, but in my heyday as a university student there was no syllabus that covered marketing of the digital kind. If paired, however, with an employer who is willing to show me the ropes, I am confident that I will be able to get the hang of it in the shortest possible time. I am an incredibly quick study, and my marketing fundamentals are still in pristine condition in spite of them lying dormant for quite a while. No matter how drastic the applications might have evolved through the years, the marketing principles behind them remain the same, and I happen to have those in spades. Hence, take a chance on me. You might be in for a pleasant surprise.
My first 4 years as a tax-paying citizen were spent as a customer service representative. I was initially doing inbound calls until I got to do email and chat eventually. If my contemporaries would rate my proficiency, whether I am naturally predisposed toward sales or customer service, there is a great likelihood that a huge number of them would say I am a customer service kind of guy. In my line of work, however, I do not choose my battles. I am always ready to be deployed where my skills are sorely needed, and I do not play not to lose. I play to win.
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