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Tom is currently the Vice president of Sales Operations and is responsible for managing all sales support activities, client solutions and customer service.
He has more than 18 years experience in the IT channel and has managed several groups at CNET.
Prior to joining CNET Content Solutions in 2000, Tom worked for QuoteDesk Software, Inc. and helped lead the company to acquisition by CNET Networks, Inc. in 2000.
has had a very successful career and has advanced in responsibility, position and salary every year.
At times he
has felt that his
career progression has merely happened to him and has felt at times undeserving of the success he
career to continue to progress and achieve higher levels but is unsure if he
has the confidence and necessary skills to get there.
By using the FocalPoint Modules and Sessions, Tom
was able to clearly understand his
strengths and talents and connect how he
has leveraged those talents to deliver value to his
company and fuel the growth in his
has recognized his
skills and passion in managing people, growing organizations and solving problems and has set goals that involve further leveraging these skills.
has learned the importance of recognizing the behavioral styles of others and how he
can adapt to maximize each interaction.
has also learned the value of being held accountable for actions that will continue to advance his
has come to clearly realize that his
career has not happened by accident and that he
is very deserving of the success he
has begun to deliberately and proactively take control of his
career and strategize on the best ways that he
can contribute to the company and make his
This has given him confidence in continuing to prepare to move to the next level in his
career and to be strategic in how he