Wesleyne Greer

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What does diversity mean to you?

Wesleyne Greer, Transformed Sales

Abstract: Diversity, equity and inclusion is not just about race or gender. It is about diversity of thought, diversity of background and diversity of age. The plastics industry is a melting pot of people that are all connected from around the world.

However, we are missing the boat with increasing the amount of diversity within the industry. As the new generation of engineers and scientists enter, we are not doing a good job of ensuring that people do not look, or sound like us. People that have a diverse background provide different perspectives that allow companies to achieve exponential growth.

During this one-hour interactive event, we will examine both sides of the diversity conversation and how it affects both employers and employees.

  • In dealing with a diverse workplace, when you have a difference of opinion how do you handle this situation and ensure you validate each other?
  • How do employees speak up, point out when they feel uncomfortable and ensure that no one leaves the conversation offended?
  • How do we promote and incorporate diversity into our companies?

Biography: As a former chemist that transitioned into an international sales manager leading technical sales reps, Wesleyne understands the challenge of being at the top of her game. Having managed multi-million-dollar teams, she marries her love for sales and her passion for coaching at Transformed Sales. Her management training improves sales leaders’ capability of holding productive conversations with internal sales team members, which creates a collaborative, dynamic environment in which sellers feel supported.

With 15+ years in sales and leadership focused on the STEM fields, she empowers, coaches, and transforms sales managers into confident sales leaders. She understands that sales leadership requires both coaching to develop leadership skills and outside-the-box strategies to ensure everyone on the team becomes a sales superstar with a singular focus for her clients—more repeatable sales.

This program is provided as a service to the plastics industry. The views and opinions expressed on this or any SPE program are those of the Speaker(s) and/or the persons appearing with the Speaker(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of Society of Plastics Engineers, Inc. (SPE) or its officials, employees or designees. To comment or to express an opposing opinion, please contact us at info@4SPE.org.

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