#Women-Sales-Pros

Where the top women in B2B sales go. Helping companies to find, recruit, onboard, retain, and promote great women in sales and to help support women to rise within organizations.
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chat_bubble_outlineDiana Lustenader Cappello answered on
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Earn a Seat in #GirlsClub virtual 6 month Sales Management Program

Do you know a woman who should be nominated? We need her name submitted ASAP!


Women Sales Pros is giving away ONE seat to the amazing six month sales management program that #GirlsClub presents a couple times a year.


Submit a name and info here (yourself or someone else) https://forms.gle/DABzEk3BpFRfw4Yo9 


Apply for #GirlsClub here once you've done that: https://events.bizzabo.com/girlsclub


Post here that you're applying or that you'recommending someone to apply!

Must do this week! The January class applications close mid-December. Hurry!

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Diana Lustenader CappelloLead Sales Engineer at Clari
Thank you so much for doing this.  It is challenging for us startups to sponsor people.  This goes a long way to making it possible for many to participate.
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chat_bubble_outlineAmy Volas answered on
How to tell if your company really cares about promoting women

I have been following Caroline via LinkedIn for some time and she's been writing incredible articles about women in business.


I just re-read this again and thought it would be a terrific share for this group. It's also my first posting here so hope it's helpful #bettertogether :


https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/heres-how-tell-your-company-really-cares-promoting-women-fairchild/


These 2 points really struck a chord for me:


"A guilty delegationWomen are less likely to delegate tasks at work and it’s costing them the opportunity to work on more strategic projects. While handing off work to others is key to being a successful leader, women are more likely than men to be seen as aggressive and assertive while delegating. [WSJ


No women, no applicantsDuring the recruiting process, companies who do not show images of women in presentations or...

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Posted about 1 month ago by
Ashley ZagstHead of Marketing at Bravado
What kinds of benefits do they offer and how inclusive are those benefits? And I'm not just talking maternity leave or a nursing room. While this would be great, some women aren't interested in building a family. So, what else are they offering that would attract and retain women besides family planning?

What kind of personal development opportuniti...
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Amy VolasFounder & CEO at Avenue Talent Partners
This is an excellent point, Ashley!  

It's not just about family.  I don't have a family beyond my fur babies and husband and those benefits don't translate in my world.  For me, personally, it's about understanding what kind of voice do I really have/could I really have, what's the commitment to supporting employees be their best version (regardles...
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chat_bubble_outlineBrenda Liz Saldana commented on
Remote Senior Sales Role Bay Area

Incredible opportunity to join B2B Martech company: PathFactory- industry leader in removing friction from the buyers education process resulting in increased revenue and reduced cost. Over 55% active (rabid) advocacy with scores of repeat buyers and case studies galore!

Top territory!! Bay Area - and the right candidate can work remote from anywhere on the West Coast works (hiring manager has been remote for 12+ years).

The CEO has successfully exited 4 companies already in addition to being an EY Entrepreneur of the Year.

Company awards include most recently Deloitte Fast 50.

Key things I'm looking for:

 6+ years selling a non-budgeted type Saas to C-level, ability to build a pipeline, qualify opportunities, and close deals.

 B2B SAAS Sales Experience

Experience with: closing deals averaging $150K+, 4-5 month sales cycles, MarTech Industry

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Posted 8 days ago by
Brenda Liz SaldanaTerritory Manager at Benchmark Products
Great opportunity! Hopefully it’s filled soon with the right candidate.
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56: Making the Move - Questions to Ask When Making a Career Transition w/Rakhi Voria, IBM

NEW Conversations with Women in Sales podcast interview is with Rakhi Voria, the Director of IBM Global Digital Sales, and she manages a team that is responsible for the strategy, implementation, and revenue of the Digital Development Representative sales function globally. I first met and interviewed Rakhi while she was an executive at Microsoft, so I wanted to bring her back on the show to talk about how she made the big decision to take on a new leadership role at IBM.


http://www.womeninsaleshub.com/2019/11/making-the-move-questions-to-ask-when-making-a-career-transition-w-rakhi-voria-ibm/

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55: New Conversations w/Women in Sales interview with Catie Ivey, Demandbase

Topic: Values Based Selling - Why Purpose and Authenticity Win


Catie Ivey is the Regional Vice President of Sales at Demandbase, which is a leading B2B marketing platform. Prior to joining Demandbase, Catie ran revenue teams at Marketo, Insightpool, Salesforce, and Meltwater, and she has deep expertise in MarTech specifically and how to better leverage technology to scale revenue teams.  Catie is a huge advocate for getting more women into sales and sales leadership, so many of the topics we talk about here on ‘Women in Sales’ are topics she speaks passionately about.


Check out the post and listen to the interview!


Don't forget... open invitation to all #womeninsales who would liked to be a guest on the show. All you have to do is ping me.


http://www.womeninsaleshub.com/2019/11/55-values-based-selling-why-purpose-and-authenticity-win-w-catie...

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chat_bubble_outlineDanila Cariello commented on
Welcome, Women Sales Pros – Worldwide Women in Sales Community!

Welcome to the WSP home on Bravado!

You are someone who IS a woman in sales, or you support more women in sales as a trusted ally - male or female. We needed a place for discussions, shares, relevant info, celebration, and upcoming events.


There are 3 main features for this community platform:


  • Q&A / Discussion: Ask questions + engage in discussion with the WSP community. This is your place to collaborate, network, learn, refer, and grow revenues.


  • Content Library: Share documents, files, videos, podcasts, article and more! These will all be easily searchable and shared with the Women Sales Pros Community within the library.


  • Events: We share every event we can find relating to women in sales and women in sales leadership.


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Maureen HagaPresident at M2Execution
Thank you Lori for the invite! Look forward to learning and collaborating with these amazing women. 
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about 1 month ago

Bernadette McClellandCEO at 3 Red Folders
OK so this is me testing things and also to send a HUGE shout out to you ladies - especially after an amazing WSP in Minneapolis and a classically comedic time at Rev It Up (ask Lisa Dennis where her car keys are!!) Outside of that looking forward to sharing and caring here!
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Danila CarielloNational Sales Director - State & Loccal Government at Decision Lens
Extremely excited to see this group. I look forward to learning from all of these amazing women!
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chat_bubble_outlineZeenath Kuraisha commented on
Sorry! Replace that Word for Better Comunication

My friend Zeenath shared this graphic and I shared it on LinkedIn and evidently it struck a cord with thousands of people, mostly women but some men as well. I tried to post the graphic here, but can't figure it out. Here's a link to the post http://bit.ly/2nnadfR

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Janice MarsCEO at SalesLatitude
I shared this with my 16 year old daughter.Thanks Zeenath Kuraisha!  
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Zeenath KuraishaCEO at Asia Pacific Sales & Marketing Academy
Being kind and polite shouldn’t feel weak with weak statements. I’m consciously moving mine too. 👌🏽
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chat_bubble_outlineEllis Lee commented on
Boutique Recruitment at your service!

Hello all my lovely Sales Ladies!


If anyone requires any assistance in terms of building out their sales or engineering teams, I’d love to help!


Also happy to just connect and chat — after all, talking is what we all do best! ;)


Posted about 2 months ago by
Mourad Ben MahmoudOperations / Sales at Btwinz Ventures
Ellis, I have an idea in the sales recruitment space, would love to tell you about it for some feedback. What's the best way to reach out?
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Lori RichardsonB2B Sales Growth Strategist; Help Company Leaders Build a Better Sales Pipeline at Score More Sales
Hi Ellis - just a note that we have some great male allies in this group as well - not all are "lovely sales ladies". Thanks in advance for being more inclusive in the future. 
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Episode 54: 5 Reasons Why Sales Engineering is the Best Job w/Diana Capello, Clari

The latest episode features Diana Lustenader Cappello who is passionate about the impact that a #sales engineer working together with their sales team members has on closing deals. We don't have enough #womeninsales much less women in sales engineering. We should strive to help change that dynamic too. Learn what you probably didn't know in my interview with Diana here: https://bit.ly/WISPodcast


Also find it here: http://barbaragiamanco.com/women-in-sales-podcast/


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3 new Conversations with #WomenInSales podcast interviews released

51: Avoiding Imposter Syndrome with Kelly Del Curto at Lever

52: What's Happening in the World of Women in Sales with Alexandra Adamson, WISE

53: What I Learned About Being a Sales Leader from Teaching Elementary School with Judy Frank, RAIN Group


iTunes: https://bit.ly/WISPodcast

Stitcher: http://bit.ly/WISStitcher

GooglePlay: http://bit.ly/WISGooglePlay

Spotify: http://bit.ly/WISSpotify

Web: http://barbaragiamanco.com/women-in-sales-podcast/


Would love to hear what you think of these recent interviews.


And, don't forget to let me know if you'd like to be interviewed or know other super star sales women I should interview!


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