Cameron Cronin on the early days of Salesforce consulting, his personal journey to CTA, leading teams and experiencing different cultures [VIDEO]

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In today’s episode, we’re joined by Cameron Cronin, who is a Salesforce Certified Technical Architect and Principal Director at Accenture, based in the UK.  

Hailing from Australia, Cameron first began his Salesforce career in Sydney a decade ago, and he shares with us what it was like to be a part of an emerging market, and how his skills and experience have led him across the globe.

We think you’ll find it fascinating to hear about the market back then, and how it has changed, in detail.   Having previously worked at Tquila UK, a highly regarded organisation that was able to cultivate talent to convert a high number of CTA’s, Cameron describes his time there, and the reasons why so many achieved the elusive credential and have gone on to do great things in their careers.

As one of their first CTA’s, Cameron talks about what his own CTA journey was like, and how the Architect role itself has changed over the years, as Salesforce has evolved and acquired further capabilities. Having been a CTA for a number of years, he sheds light on the traits of the very best Architects, and how he identifies whether a person is near ready for the Review Board.  

As a manager of large teams, Cameron gives insight into his own journey as a manager, particularly given that he is technical himself, and the qualities that he looks for when hiring, including on the non-technical side.   

All in all, a really interesting episode to kick off 2021, from a valuable perspective by Cameron given his tenure in the ecosystem.

Make sure you’re following him on LinkedIn, and that you check out our episode sponsor, FlowRepublic, who are masters in coaching and mentoring aspiring CTAs.   We hope you enjoy the episode!

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