Have you heard? Last week during AA-ISP’s Leadership Summit in Chicago, we announced that we are accepting applications for our next sales management development program, kicking off this September.
Meet Carrie Jeffrey, Account Development Manager at 360Insights. I had the honor of meeting Carrie last month at the Unleash conference in San Diego. She attended the #GirlsClub Women in Sales breakfast where I learned of her unconventional journey to sales leadership. I was inspired by her courage and confidence and excited when she agreed to share her story with our community. Enjoy!
Patti Baumgartner joined #GirlsClub as a Protege this year and we are thrilled to have her! She has immersed herself in the the program and has really stood out during our live training sessions. She is quick to share her experience and application of the skills being learned and multiple proteges have commented on how helpful she has been during and outside of the live trainings.
Rise Up is an intimate two day event designed for the individual that wants more, that believes in a better tomorrow and values empowering others. Our amazing lineup of speakers will inspire you to re-think what is possible, challenge you to grow, and give you the actionable steps to help you become a better sales leader.
Meet Christin Myers, VP of Sales at Openworks. Christin has spent the last 7 years championing for women leaders in her organizations and most recently has joined #GirlsClub as a mentor. She epitomizes the #GirlsClub values through trailblazing new women in leadership programs, taking a risk in leading something she’d never done before, and believing in abundance by building the people around her up. She is a true champion of women and we’re excited for her to share why gender diversity matters she was able to create change through her involvement in #GirlsClub.
We are so proud to announce that #GirlsClub Executive Director, Margaret Weniger, has been named in Sales Hacker Top 50 Awards 2019. These awards go to practitioners: people who not only did a fantastic job, but also elevated the sales profession through their actions last year.
We are excited to share our first annual Sales Women to Watch. The idea for this list came after having conversation after conversation with amazing females sales professionals who were leading their teams, leading their companies, or leading women in their industry. These are women who embodied our values of being trail blazers, risk takers, people developers, and esteem builders and we wanted to shine the spotlight on them.
Last year I was fueled to write an article about the challenges of being a new or expectant mother in a software startup after attending SaaStr Annual 2018.