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Snakes and ladders

When considering career development, typically people think about moving up the career ladder, suggesting that the only way to improve yourself is to move up the hierarchy within your organization. In reality, though, not everyone wants to take on a more senior role within their organization. There are plenty of salespeople, for example, who are not interested in (and should, in fact, be actively discouraged from!) becoming sales managers. Being good at sales doesn’t mean you’re necessarily going to be good at managing people, so perhaps a salesperson’s career path should be more about adding and refining the skills that will help them to sell even more. The right path for one person is not necessarily the right one for their colleague, so development plans should be tailored for individual employees to help them be the best they can be in their current and target roles, without pushing them in…

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We have great news to share! Zapoint has been named one of Boston Business Journal’s fastest-growing private companies in Massachusetts!  We are extremely proud of this recognition made possible by our exceptional team at Zapoint. This year’s list includes 70 privately held businesses that recorded the state’s fastest revenue growth from 2010 through 2013. To be considered, companies needed a baseline of $1 million in revenue for 2013. Read the full article here.    Read More…