Women in Leadership: Dalit Sadeh, Chief Operating OfficerSubscribe to Blog
“The greatest companies have different opinions, different perspectives and different approaches to operation and problem solving. Having women in leadership is contributing to building the diverse culture, healthy place to manage conflicts and driving growth.”
Next in our Women in Leadership series in honor of Women’s History month, is our Chief Operating Officer Dalit Sadeh.
Dalit devises and directs the company’s go-to-market strategies, incorporating product marketing and sales enablement. She brings to her position more than 15 years of experience developing business solutions for Top 500 global enterprises. Prior to Centrical, Dalit worked at LivePerson and NICE creating digital transformation and customer engagement solutions. Her areas of expertise include complete product lifecycle management, translating market and customer requirements to draw a viable product roadmap, identifying champions, and then harnessing their enthusiasm to drive adoption of innovations.
Here’s what Dalit had to say:
What does Women’s History Month mean to you?
How lucky am I that I can shine due to my talent. I’m grateful to so many women in the past that paved the way for women like me, where for us it’s obvious that we are measured by our success and achievements as a human and not by our gender.
What is your proudest accomplishment in your career so far?
I’m proud in having a great family, my husband and 3 boys in parallel for a successful career. My family grew into an environment of hard working and long traveling mom and not only respected and supported it, they are also inspired by it and it influence the way they are interacting with their friends and colleagues.
Why is it so important for more women in the tech industry to take on leadership roles in a historically male-dominated industry?
The greatest companies have different opinions, different perspectives and different approaches to operation and problem solving. Having women in leadership is contributing to building the diverse culture, healthy place to manage conflicts and driving growth.
What advice would you give to young women who dream of being business leaders in the future?
In general my advice to young people – women and men (including my 3 boys) – is dream and own your future, trust your skills, speak up to your ambitions and do not be afraid to fail. Every great success started with bumps in and people that worked hard to overcome them and get better.
Stay tuned for more inspiration from leaders like Dalit for the month of March!