In the July 2017 SalesProChat episode, Lori Richardson talks with host Bill Banham about Women in Sales. Bill and Lori consider challenges faced by saleswomen in certain sectors, the opportunities to grow the numbers of women in B2B sales leadership roles and ways to create more gender balance at all levels of an organisation. Lori Richardson is founder and CEO of Score More Sales. Lori leads efforts for B2B front-line sales growth and works with technology brands worldwide.
Lori is a people person, a “super-connector” and she gets great joy in helping newer SDRs and other sales reps learn ways to grow net-new revenues. Lori is also President of WOMEN Sales Pros, President, WOMEN Sales Pros, an organisation dedicated to helping smart, savvy women get into B2B sales positions and sales leadership.
Join The SalesProChat Twitter Chat, July 27, 1 pm ET
Every month we present a SalesProchat podcast and host a #SalesProChat Twitter chat. SalesProChat brings sales pros and business leaders together to discuss major topics in Sales. On Thursday July 27, 2017 at 1:00 ET the CPSA will host our next Twitter chat.
Business leaders, sales professionals and high-profile industry experts from across Canada and the US will come together on Twitter to share tips, strategies and enjoy lots of virtual networking.
Q1: Is there still a gender gap in #sales? #SalesProChatQ2: How can companies develop more women leaders? #SalesProChatQ3: Why are women underrepresented in sales and sales management roles? #SalesProChatQ4: How can we recruit more women in sales? #SalesProChat
Listen to the interview with Lori Richardson
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