97% of Scout RFP customers see 10x+ ROI within the first year of using Scout — and 89% of Scout users launch their first event within a week. How does Scout RFP maintain such a high customer success rate? It all comes down to making their customers happy, something Allison Yount, Head of Customer Success is very familiar with! Join Allison Yount and Michelle Barberini, a Sales Recruiter, for a live Q&A about developing a successful customer success strategy and learn all about new opportunities at Scout RFP! Scout RFP is hiring! Make sure to check out all of their open opportunities here, and bring your questions to this chat! You asked, their answering: What are the top three things you feel have contributed to your success? What's the biggest blocker you've ever faced? How did you overcome it? What's a tip that all Customer Success Managers should be doing, but probably arent?& More! MEET THE SPEAKERS: Allison Yount is the Director of Customer Success at Scout RFP, and joined Scout over 4 years ago as one of the first 10 employees. She started her career in Elementary Education and eventually moved into sales to capitalize on her entrepreneurial spirit. She loves working with customers to realize ROI and employ industry best practices. Outside of work, Allison loves to spend time outdoors with her family and golden retriever Walter. Michelle Barberini is a Sales Recruiter for Scout RFP. She has a 15+ year career in recruiting. Prior to Scout, she was the Head of Recruiting for a direct sales company and a Recruiter for Salesforce for several years. Michelle enjoys working closely with Hiring Managers to ensure a smooth recruiting process and to help find the best talent for Scout! In her free time, she enjoys it by spending time with her three boys and husband on the SF Peninsula.
In order to foster more diverse and inclusive workplaces, we need to expose ourselves to different viewpoints and look out for red-flags within our teams that show limited-thinking. In this live Q&A, Sheana Alqvist is helping us to seek more diverse thoughts within our teams and grow from within! You asked, she's answering: How do I get my team to think more "outside the box"? What are the red-flags that show limited-thinking? My team is not very diverse, and we're working on that - but how can we bring more diversity into our product before these diverse candidates are onboard? & more! MEET THE SPEAKER: Sheana Ahlqvist has a PhD in Social Psychology and hosts the Innovation For All podcast where she showcases thought leaders at the intersection of innovation/tech and diversity/society. She is the principal consultant at PhD Insights, a user research firm based in Los Angeles, CA. The Innovation For All podcast is available on iTunes and all other podcasting platforms. For more information, click here!
Avoiding conflict does not mean conflict is resolved. The ability to address tough situations head-on and communicate effectively will not only make you a better coworker, but could lead to both personal and professional growth. Learn everything you need to know about resolving conflict in this live Q&A with Sharon Ray, Chief People Officer at Solstice! In this chat, you'll also have the opportunity to ask Sharon about how to start a career at Solstice! You asked, she's answering: What steps should I be taking to resolve conflicts at work? I feel like my team is always combatting my ideas - how do I address this? As a manager, how can I help my team address conflict better? & more! MEET THE SPEAKER: Sharon Ray has been in Human Resources for over 25 years. She has spent time in large organizations such as Kraft Foods for 15 years and small to medium technology companies in the last 11 years. Currently she is serving as the Chief People Officer at Solstice. ABOUT SOLSTICE Solstice, part of Kin + Carta, is a digital innovation firm that helps Fortune 500 companies seize new opportunities through world-changing digital solutions. We’re strategists, researchers, designers, and engineers hell-bent on changing the way the world does business. We’re headquartered in Chicago and have delivery offices in New York, London, and Buenos Aires. Click here to follow Solstice on PowerToFly and apply to open opportunities!
In order to attract and retain top talent, hiring leaders need to go where the diverse candidates are, know exactly what these over-messaged candidates want, and execute! Learn how you can take your organization’s D&I strategy to the next level in this hour-long live Q&A session with PowerToFly’s own Dionna Smith-Keels! You asked, she’s answering: How can I ensure the interview process is designed to be inclusive? What does active vs. passive nurturing of pipeline mean? Can you give an example of active and passive candidate nurturing methods?Isn't it more than just a diversity hiring campaign? Shouldn't companies focus as much, if not more, on inclusion? Also, shouldn't a company show they're in it for the long haul by being in the URM community? MEET THE SPEAKER:Dionna Smith is an enterprise account executive with Power to Fly, where she provides D&I solutions for companies with more than 10,000 employees. Prior to joining Power To Fly Dionna led Diversity Talent strategies at Delta Air Lines and has led Talent Acquisition at a number of fortune 500 companies.
The way we analyze data is culturally outdated. How do we update our technologies to meet a growingly diverse population? Join Niyoosha Ahmadikhoo for a discussion on how we can modernize our processes to stay relevant in the changing times. You asked, she’s answering: What data needs redefining? In which industries is this especially relevant? How can you structure your data so it stays relevant 5, 10 years down the line?& More! MEET THE SPEAKER: Niyoosha Ahmadikhoo identifies as a multipotentialite; she is a data analyst, an engineer, a performer, and a theatre instructor. Through her research as a graduate student in the department of Performance Studies at NYU Tisch School of the Arts, she focused on the complexity of politicized identity, particularly gender, race, nationality, and religion. She is interested in bridging the gap between scholarly developments in academic humanities and the data industry. You can reach out to her at email@example.com.
Negotiation laws are changing - are you prepared for your next negotiation? Join Nicole Page, Partner at top NYC law firm, Reavis Page Jump LLP, for an exclusive virtual Q&A to answer all of your pressing negotiation questions (that only a lawyer could answer!). You asked, she's answering: What has changed, in legal terms, for negotiation?What is considered "in writing" when negotiating? Emails? Screenshots?How am I protected as a negotiator? & more! MEET THE SPEAKER: In her employment practice, Ms. Page assists both individuals and companies on a range of matters, including workplace discrimination and sexual harassment claims at the state and federal level. She counsels clients on employment opportunities, negotiation strategies and equitable compensation packages. She also advises on and negotiates employment and separation agreements and provides outside general counsel services, particularly concerning employment law compliance. The #MeToo movement has had a profound effect on her practice and her committed advocacy for women. Ms. Page’s extensive intellectual property practice includes copyright and trademark protection and prosecution, as well as advice on branding and licensing matters in the worlds of media, fashion, lifestyle and sports.Ms. Page is admitted to practice in New York and the United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York. Ms. Page is proud to serve as President of the Board of Women Make Movies.