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/ May 21, 2019 Career HubSpotlights: Corporate Sales Q&A with Hannah-Rose Farrington
Career HubSpotlights: Corporate Sales Q&A with Hannah-Rose Farrington

By Megan O'Keeffe

HubSpot is on a mission to help millions of organizations grow better. But we wouldn't be able to do that without the remarkable employees who work to support and help solve for our customers around the world. We're excited to share their stories of success and career journeys in our new Q&A series, Career HubSpotlights.

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Meet Hannah-Rose Farrington, an Account Executive on HubSpot Dublin's Corporate Sales team. Hannah has worked in sales for 11 years across telecoms, digital advertising, CX/UX research and is now an Inbound Evangelist. Originally from the beautiful coast of West Cork, Ireland Hannah trained as an actress in Kinsale, Co. ... Read More

/ May 7, 2018 Manager Material? How to Know if You’re Ready
Manager Material? How to Know if You’re Ready

By Carrie Abend

When someone on your team asks for help, are you always the first to respond? Do you stay late at work helping others troubleshoot? Do people come to you for advice? If so, you may be considering a move into management. After all, being helpful, kind, and respected are all signs of a great manager.

Unfortunately, too many young professionals rush towards a promotion, only to realize that being a manager is a lot more work than they'd bargained for, or is nothing like they imagined it would be. That’s why your answer to these next three questions are pivotal in deciding whether or not you’re ready to take that next step up the career ladder into a management position.  

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/ August 17, 2017 An Insider's Guide to Tackling Your First Week at a New Job
An Insider's Guide to Tackling Your First Week at a New Job

By Riley Stefano

I'm the newest member of the culture team here at HubSpot. (Yes, we have a team committed solely to making sure our employees love coming into work every day.) Not only am I new to the company, but I’m pretty new to the “real world”, too, having graduated college last May. So not surprisingly, I was nervous (to say the least) for my first day on the job. I triple set my alarms, I had my outfit all picked out, and I had my lunch packed and ready. But even after prepping, those butterflies were fluttering like crazy the entire morning as I got ready for this new journey.

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/ August 1, 2017 Making Hard Conversations Easier: How to Say the Tough Stuff at Work
Making Hard Conversations Easier: How to Say the Tough Stuff at Work

By Caitlin Mosca

I spend the majority of my day delivering good news. As a recruiting coordinator, saying things like “We’d like move you forward in the process,” “We’d like to bring you in to meet the team,” “You did a great job on your call, role play or presentation” is the best part of my job. It’s easy to send someone an email or get on the phone with them and say things that I know will make their day. It’s a lot harder to deliver bad news to candidates.

Difficult workplace conversations, however, span much more than just being rejected for a position or receiving constructive criticism from higher-ups. Making a big ask, pushing back on a manager, or realizing that the timing of an internal move might not align with your expectations are also difficult conversations to have, with yourself and with others.

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/ July 11, 2017 How Employees Can Get an MBA at the Office
How Employees Can Get an MBA at the Office

By Ellen Pratt

I’m a self-proclaimed nerd. I love school. Given the chance, I would spend all of my time in a classroom or with my nose in a book (or even better, a crossword puzzle). Almost three years ago to the day, I quit my job to get my MBA at Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business. When I graduated, I had to leave my books behind to rejoin the “real” world, but, luckily, I found HubSpot.

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