Selling Together #6: Sell Together, Sell More

Happy Wednesday!

In 5 minutes MAX you’ll get:

→ Why more diversity is a good thing

→ A few tips for embracing diversity in the workplace

→ How Mira Marathi became Chat GPT's CTO

More ideas, more solutions

Diversity helps business. Having a more inclusive team gives you more points of view and more ideas and more solutions and more connections.
- Lori Richardson, Author & Sales Advisor

A few tips to embrace differences in your workplace

  1. Don't make assumptions.
  2. Ask for people's opinions and perspectives.
  3. Be flexible — not everybody wants the things you think they should have.
  4. Embrace change — just because business existed a certain way for years doesn’t mean it needs to continue like that.

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In honor of women

We are in the middle of women's history month and in honor of our month, I wanted to highlight a very prominent CTO at a very prominent company.

Mira Marathi started at Open AI, the organization responsible for Dall-E and ChatGPT, nearly five years ago in the summer of 2018.

Mira is a trained mechanical engineer who spent three years at Tesla designing the Model X. When she came to Open AI, she got a sweet gig, not just an engineering role, but a partnerships role.

Overall, partnerships are an important part of open AI's mission to advance AI in a safe and beneficial way and to make AI technology more accessible and more useful to people and organizations around the world.

Eventually, Mira became CTO through her success in establishing and growing critical relationships and partnerships.

The takeaway here is: excellent partner professionals don't have to come from traditional means like sales or marketing. Anybody who excels at relationships can accelerate partnerships.

And perhaps a more critical takeaway is that as we move forward into an ecosystem-driven economy, more C-level executives will come from a partnerships path.

To all of you incredible women out there that are thinking about or digging into your partnerships career, let's break that glass ceiling and find ourselves in positions of power through the influence of partnerships.

Until next time!

-Jessie Shipman

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