In this Conversations with Women in Sales interview, I talked with Alea Homison, Vice President of Sales Enablement and Sales Development at AlphaSense .
Here are the questions we covered:
When contemplating a career path of individual contributor vs. manager, what are some key elements to consider?
Why is managing a team hard?
As a manager, what do you owe your team?
What are some of the key cultural elements that facilitate a high performing team?
If you could go back in time, what advice would you give yourself when you first became a manager?
Enjoy the interview!
She is Vice President of Sales Enablement and Sales Development at AlphaSense where she is responsible for the development, acceleration, and optimization of talent across the sales and service organization. Alea has built and managed a variety of high performing teams throughout her career which spans sales, client service, corporate strategy, and investment banking roles.
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