Women in Sales is a podcast dedicated to becoming the best resource in the world for female sales professionals. Every episode will feature a woman in sales that’s doing incredible work, and each guest will share practical advice for advancing your sales career. Each episode is dedicated to the memory of Barbara Giamanco.
Each episode features topics like: leadership, career management, social selling, overcoming adversity, sales and marketing alignment, B2B sales, strategic partnerships, buyer personas, account based selling, content creation and promotion, social media, and more.
72: Why Sales is An Amazing Role for Women w/ Cynthia Barnes, NAWSP
Cynthia Barnes is author of "Reach the Top 1%: A Strategic Game Plan for Warrior Women in Sales", and is a keynote speaker, sales trainer, LinkedIn top sales influencer, and CEO of the NAWSP.org. In this episode we discuss how sales changed Cynthia's life, how we both agree that women do NOT lack confidence! and more.
71: Why Sales Enablement is a Great Career to Consider w/ Tamara Schenk
Tamara Schenk's goal is to help empower human potential. She is a mainstage speaker on all things sales enablement; having spent 25 years in international roles spanning multiple industries. Tamara has also been the "only" woman in the boardroom many times. We discuss the great opportunities for women in B2B sales enablement roles and Tamara's love of the field is in everything she shares.
70: How News & Data Empower Customers w/ CRO Nancy McNeill, Dow Jones
Nancy McNeill is Chief Revenue Officer, responsible for global sales strategy for Dow Jones' suite of professional information products. She has more than 20 years of management experience, leading global sales organizations in the financial services information industry. We talked about supportive company leaders, mentors, and how sales can be successful working remotely.
69 From Violist to Professional Sales w/ Jill Fratianne of Hubspot
Jill Fratianne is Partner Channel Manager at Hubspot, where she has been in various sales roles for over 10 years. Jill came to Hubspot when it was a startup and has been through massive growth of the company, including seeing it go public. Jill received her Masters in Music from Northwestern University and was going to be a Violist but ended up getting an insurance sales job right out of school. Jill talks about the great lessons she learned in this role and how it made her appreciate future sales roles.
68: Moving Forward to this Podcast's Next Act, w/ Lori Richardson
This is the beginning of "Act 2" for Conversations with Women in Sales. Lori Richardson and Women Sales Pros will continue to publish episodes with interviews of amazing women in sales roles. We want to carry on Barb Giamanco's vision and mission. Your feedback and support welcome. This conversation was with Lori, Joanne Black, and Deb Calvert on Barb's passing and the future for CWWIS.
67: Why It's OK to Be a Big Ass Failure w/Ashley Zagst, Zagst Consulting
There is often a stigma associated with failing but never making mistakes means never learning and growing. In this episode, I talked with Ashley Zagst from Zagst Consulting. She is a professional dancer/choreographer turned digital marketer. She is the former Head of Marketing at Bravado.co, the first digital community exclusively for sales professionals committed to elevating the profession by changing the stigmatized perception.
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I’m so pleased that Women Sales Pro’s leader Lori Richardson had the vision to continue this wonderful podcast to highlight women in sales. Barbara got this going by being an excellent interviewer and getting great guests. I look forward to listening.
Barb, host of the Conversations with Women in Sales podcast, highlights all aspects of leadership, sales and more in this can’t miss podcast! The host and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!
A true pro
I was interviewed today by Barb and we had such a great, meaningful discussion around customer engagement. She is such a pro and having heard some of her other episodes, what a great interviewer and she adds so much value to our sales community - thanks Barb!