Women In Revenue – What it Takes to Attract and Retain the Top Talent
Learn why those that know how to recruit win, over those that don’t.
In this session, host Patrick Morrissey interviews Tracy Eiler about what it takes to attract and retain women in revenue.
Top players that increase revenue are in demand, be it attendance at a professional game or products sold in B2B. Recruiting top revenue creators is taking on a new urgency as companies realize there is competition for talent and those that know how to recruit win over those that don’t know it is a skill.
Specifically, many companies have found that women in revenue creation and management often are judged to be especially prized as a recent report from CSO Insights – 2018-2019 SALES PERFORMANCE STUDY specifically points out. This is an annual survey of nearly 900 B2B companies that says women in revenue are especially sought and valued.
March 28, 2019
Keeping Your Knowledge Compliant for Ever-Changing Systems and Regulations With Rosemary Kirk
Maintaining compliance in healthcare’s constantly changing systems and evolving regulations can be a lot for any organization. In this podcast, our own Rosemary Kirk discusses the challenges that come up for healthcare organizations as they navigate the world of staying inside the official parameters. She also goes into what’s needed to provide quality care and for the healthcare industry to run smoothly.
Trends, Tools, and Human-Centered AI at KMWorld with Stin Mattu
Following this year’s KMWorld, we took a dive into what everybody on the show floor was talking about and more with our own Stin Mattu. In this podcast episode, he breaks down the big topic on everyone’s mind at the event—artificial intelligence (AI). Now while AI can do so many things, Stin assures us there will likely always be a human in the loop and highlights how that comes to light with well-organized knowledge and a great search tool.
Frost & Sullivan’s 2023 Customer Contact West: Highlights and Trends for Contact Centers with Shelly Lindstrom
In its 19th annual Customer Contact West event for its Executive MindXchange, Frost & Sullivan seeks to have meaningful conversations about the contact center tools and insights for success. This year, Upland Software not only secured a speaker slot with a customer, it also had a booth where insightful conversations were had. To give us a peek into the event, Shelly Lindstrom sat down with our Connected Knowledge podcast.