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Sales Enablement Trainer and Facilitator General Description:
RSA is looking for an extremely motivated, high-energy team player who shares a passion for helping sales representatives advance their sales skills and develop their knowledge of RSA's products, services and value proposition. This individual will contribute to all aspects of the Sales training program including: needs assessments, developing content and materials, and delivering instructor-led sessions. They will conduct research to continually upgrade the existing program as well as act as a resource for providing training support, guidance, and enablement opportunities for world-wide direct and channel sales teams.
Responsibilities: Develop, deliver, evaluate and maintain a comprehensive sales enablement program. Become intimately familiar with RSA?s products, partners, services, markets and competitors; and be able to apply a solution selling strategy appropriately. Develop sales enablement assets on the complete range of RSA products and solutions. Responsible for delivering established curricula and creating re-enforcement programs. Work with the sales enablement team management to set the future direction of the program. Must be able to define needs, communicate objectives, negotiate commitments and otherwise influence the cooperative efforts of others to achieve defined objectives. Work with internal and external resources to ensure the sales training program is delivering maximum value our constituents. Clearly represent and articulate sales enablement's needs to various cross-functional teams. Support sales management at various levels to assess their team's specific needs and execution of enablement plans. Facilitate and lead regional sales enablement sessions and meetings.
Bachelors degree in business, education, marketing, or related area.
5 - 8 years experience in training design and development; must have relevant experience working directly developing and/or delivering sales training; actual sales experience is a plus.
Experience in delivering sales training programs in one-to-one settings, traditional classroom formats and web-based platforms.
Certification on Force Management is a huge plus.
Knowledge of sales methodologies, processes & techniques.
Excellent interpersonal, negotiation, and presentation skills.
Executive-level verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to work with managers at various levels to recommend training solutions based on needs analysis.
Experience with facilitating groups and public speaking.
Strong project and time management skills with an ability to set and maintain priorities to meet deadlines.
Excellent writing and editing skills.
The ability to work in an extremely fast-paced environment, handle multiple tasks and be adaptable to change.
Strong analytical skills and the ability to think systematically.
Advanced applications skills (examples: Microsoft Office, Articulate, video/audio editing tools)Knowledge of instructional design process, program design principles and practices. Must be a team player.
Travel Requirements: 40%
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Job ID R08088
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