Lauren Bailey

Lauren Bailey

Founder and President
Factor 8

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Honored to be voted "Top 25 Most Influential Leaders in Inside Sales, Top 25 Sales Coaches, Top 35 Most Influential Women in Sales and Top 50 Keynote Presenters" this year! I am the Founder of Factor 8, The Sales Bar, and #Girls Club, and I'm on a mission to help more people feel confident and successful at work. After spending nearly 20 years launching and leading Inside Sales organizations around the World, I started Factor 8 to help solve the problems I kept seeing: Sales rep and sales managers woefully unprepared to sell over the phone. That meant poor calls, poor results, and massive turnover. I quickly learned that really preparing folks for their roles helped them feel more confident. And when people feel successful at work, we would see transformations - in careers, departments, companies, and lives. I'm proud that Factor 8 has been recognized with multiple industry awards for our hands-on sales and management development programs. We're different because our curriculum and our company was built by actual sales leaders, and because we GET ON THE PHONES and make live calls and sales during training. Look how different we are at This year I started a second business and passion project called #GirlsClub. We're dedicated to changing the face (and dress code!) of sales leaders. I know what it's like to feel unprepared in front-line management, and to feel a bit isolated as the only woman. #GirlsClub changes that with our management training, mentoring, confidence building, and community. Check us out at When I'm not working, I'm spending time with my "Irish twin" boys in elementary school (MAN I'm too old for this!) & enjoying water sports on the Colorado river. I regularly practice Pilates and yoga, and although I've loved traveling the World (and teach my boys to do that also), I prefer my folding chair planted in the sand with my toes in the water and a cold beer in my hand.

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