Announcing New NAWSP Advisors

The National Association of Women Sales Professionals is pleased to announce the addition of three new members to its Advisory Board: Anita Nielsen, Dana Manciagli, and Maureen Haga. The Advisory Board provides leadership for carrying out the Association’s mission to provide our 14,000 paid members with the support, professional development, and access to opportunities that help them reach the Top 1% and Dance on the Glass Ceiling™.

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How Women in Sales Can Increase Your Exposure (and Success) with Better Branding

Many women in sales are concluding that they are not just selling a product or a service; they're selling themselves (in a good way, ideally). Personal branding is a hot trend in the sales sector, but in no small degree, successful salespeople have always tried to effectively market themselves (i.e., their trust factor, professionalism, etc…) to stand out from the crowd. Whether you're a woman working with a team of other sales professionals or you're on your own, you'll want to develop or improve your personal brand to highlight your strengths and better connect to your audience.

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Interested in a software sales career?

You might be a super-seller, but breaking into the software sales industry can sometimes prove to be a bit of a challenge. You could be at the beginning of your career or perhaps you’re an experienced salesperson, but are interested in moving into the dynamic world of software sales. This post is intended to give you a few tips and tricks to help you land that job you’ve been searching for.

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5 Unbelievable Misconceptions About Women in Sales

Today, women have high-powered, complicated sales positions in all types of organizations, selling everything from state-of-the-art manufacturing equipment, oil and stocks to pharmaceuticals, agriculture, and inventions. Women in sales are successful, intelligent and assertive. They know exactly what they want to accomplish and exactly how to do just that. So what's the deal with certain misconceptions about women in sales continuing to undermine their authentic legitimacy?

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