We don’t want to see your clean spreadsheets. We want to see the raw data.
Let’s face it, if you’re in revenue operations, your job is filled with experiments, failures (exhem, pivots), and things you’ll do differently in your next role. That’s why experience is so valuable.
This podcast focuses on the people behind the processes that are revenue operations.
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From IC to Teams: Making the RevOps Role Work with Hannah Duncan
Jordan speaks with Hannah Duncan about what strategies to implement when you are the lone wolf and what she believes makes a good RevOps leader.
What Can and Can’t Be Taught with Sean Gabrus
Jordan speaks with Sean Gabrus about the three principles he uses to guide his team and what he looks for when hiring.
Support’s Role in RevOps with Andrew Kealoha
Jordan speaks with Andrew Kealoha on how Support is on the frontlines putting out fires and how Support can be a versatile role in any organization.
Navigating Cultural Differences with Yael Kahn
Jordan speaks with Yael Kahn about the nuances of working in cross-cultural business environments and the importance of embracing a new perspective.
Understanding the Partner Motion with Morgan Harris
Jordan speaks with Morgan Harris from Clickup about the differences between channel selling and partnerships and the future of these types of relationships.
What is Channel Selling? – with Kyle Warren
Jordan speaks with Kyle Warren from PartnerStart on what Channel Selling is precisely and how it differs from what SDRs and AEs do.
“Taking the Beating Again and Again” with Samuel Sunderaraj
Jordan speaks with Samauel Sunderaraj about his passion for working in startups and getting them from seed to series A and series A to series B.
The ProServe Journey with Nicole Ambion
Jordan talks with Nicole Ambion from Outreach about ideas on how to lead a ProServe team.
“The Most Unique Stories in Tech Unicorns” – with Mark Kosoglow
In honor of our 50th episode, RevOps Therapist and founder and CEO of Greaser Consulting, Jordan Greaser, connects with one of his mentors, the man who hired him at Outreach and started his career in the trajectory that led to him to where he is today – Mark Kosoglow CRO at Catalyst Software.