Let’s talk layoffs. Losing your job sucks.
There’s no sugar-coating it. It’s an unfortunate by-product of a recession – and NO industry is immune to it.
In fact, within the first 4 months of 2023, nearly 271,000 layoffs have occurred, which is a nearly 400% increase from the same time frame in 2022.
The truth is, layoffs affect everyone in the company (not just those who lost their jobs).
Whether you were recently laid off, are trying to lead your team through a potential recession, or you’re feeling uncertain of what’s to come in your future, you will want to watch this timely, 1-hour, informative session on “Tips For Navigating (& Surviving) A Layoff”.
- How leaders can motivate their teams before and after a layoff
- Advice for those who remain with the organization and face “doing more with less.”
- Survival tips for anyone who was recently laid off
Take a breather, grab a drink (coffee? wine? We won’t tell :wink:), and join us for our next webinar. Let’s weather this storm together!
Meet the Panelists
“LB” is the Founder of three successful brands: Factor 8, The Sales Bar, and #GirlsClub. A proud “AA-ISP Most Influential” recipient for the past 10 years, she’s also been billed as a Top Coach and Top Woman in Sales.
Her mission is to change lives by helping more people find confidence and success in sales. Known on the speaker circuit for her “No B.S.” style and spunk, look for LB to make you laugh, keep things moving quickly, and help you take immediate action with her tactical tips.
Kellyn Jezierski is an experienced sales professional with a proven track record of exceeding sales quotas in various industries such as airlines, oil and gas, and tech. She is known for her enthusiasm for sales and leadership and her exceptional ability to connect with others.
Kellyn has successfully navigated through a layoff early in her career, which has taught her resilience and valuable lessons that she is applying during her recent tech layoff. After pursuing her personal dreams of moving to LA and growing her family, she is now focused on leaning into her career in tech sales and helping others grow in their professional pursuits.
In addition to her professional experience, Kellyn is an active mentor in the #GirlsClub and has held leadership roles in various organizations such as the Rotary Club and Pan American Round Table. As a panelist at the Girlsclub event, she will share her journey through layoffs and discuss the importance of mindset, having clarity, leaning on your community, and relentlessly pursuing your dreams.
Emmy is an experienced Sales/Business Development veteran with over 15 years of experience building high-growth and high-performing teams. Emmy has spoken at major events such as the TOPO summit and Tenbound’s Sales Development conference and has been featured on several sales-related podcasts and blogs. She is also a huge proponent and advocate for women in sales and is a mentor at #GirlsClub. Most notably she built the entire global sales development function from scratch at the cybersecurity firm ZeroFox which is now a huge publicly traded company.
Colleen Carroll is a seasoned professional with an impressive track record of success at ProActivate, a leading company in the field of recruitment. With a career spanning 13 years at ProActivate, she has made significant contributions to the company’s growth and development.
Colleen started her journey at ProActivate on the recruiting side of the business, where she spent three years honing her skills and building a deep understanding of the industry. Recognizing her exceptional abilities and leadership potential, she was promoted to a leadership role nine years ago and has been serving as the Chief Revenue Officer since 2021.
As the Chief Revenue Officer, Colleen is responsible for driving revenue growth, overseeing sales strategies, and cultivating strong client relationships and channel partnerships. Her strategic vision and keen business acumen have been instrumental in expanding ProActivate’s market presence and solidifying its position as a trusted partner for both clients and candidates.
A tech revenue executive and proponent of diversity in the workplace, Chris is currently the CRO at MentorcliQ, which is a leader in mentoring and DEI software solutions. He actively participates in professional revenue, diversity, and mentorship communities as well as pursuing his passion as an early stage tech investor and advisor. Previously, Chris was responsible for North American & APAC sales at Docebo, held executive positions at start-ups BERA and Maropost, and spent 10 years at Vision Critical (now Alida); all where he repeatedly built world-class revenue engines while consistently leading hyper customer and revenue growth. A lifelong learner, Chris has completed certificate courses with Pavilion and SIA, holds an MBA from Queen’s University, and earned his Honours BCom in Finance from McMaster University.
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