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How to Hire Great Pricing People

Getting the Right People in the Right Places to Generate the Results You Want

While the pricing practice has certainly grown, it's still very difficult to find people who already possess the exact skillsets your pricing team needs. So, how do you identify the candidates with the raw materials to be most successful? How do you ensure that you're putting the right people in the right places? What should you be thinking about as you expand and develop your pricing team? In this on-demand webinar, you'll learn about:

  • The 7 most important attributes you should be looking for, regardless of the specific pricing role or function.
  • The pros and cons associated with hiring internal candidates or bringing people in from outside your company.
  • The 3 technical pricing concepts that are huge differentiators for any candidate you might be considering.
  • A variety of strategies and tactics for getting beyond the resumes to assess candidates' real capabilities.

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