The time is coming where we say goodbye to our incredible group of International campers in #GirlsClub Summer Camp and move into preparation for the Generation 3 certification cohort. It also means Generation 2 superstars, who enjoyed extended camp instead of our finale conference (thank you, COVID), are also leaving the nest. That was hard to type.
What an honor to be asked to speak to the Computer Futures Dell Women’s Group. Breaking the Glass Ceiling’s Elizabeth Lam gathered a fantastic moderator Stephanie Herrera, along with panelists Lysa Miller and Meshell Baker, to help the women of Dell network to get ahead while working from home.
Month 1 of Summer Camp is in the books! If you’re new here, Summer Camp is #GirlsClub’s free 3-month sample of our program and an extension for our Generation 2 graduates who lost the chance to connect with their co-participants and mentors at our in-person finale conference.
Last week, #GirlsClub hosted its first conference, Rise Up 2019. It was ah-maz-ing! So amazing that there were many attendees who found it hard to put into words the impact this conference had on them. That includes us.
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.
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.
December 7th was our biggest webinar event ever in #GirlsClub during which we welcomed some of the industry’s top experts to speak about sales’ biggest issue: why more women aren’t in sales leadership.
Everyone’s talking about it. Even though studies have shown that women outperform men in sales*, they still aren’t being hired, retained and promoted at the same rate as men.
Next time you’re in a company all-hands, in a manager meeting, or just sitting at your desk, take a look around. How many female sales reps do you see? How many female managers do you see? What about female sales leaders? Yeesh.