As a Regional Sales Trainer you will be responsible for training reps. This position provides a high degree of autonomy. You will tailor your training approach as it meets the needs of your given region. You will go on field rides, workshops and provide solutions to grow the business based on your field observations, analysis of market share, and productivity reports.
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This role requires exceptional presentation skills and comfort selling to the C suite at very large financial institutions. A solutions oriented, creative and accomplished Channel Sales Executive is needed to increase and build the reseller partner channel. In order to be an effective contributor you must have strong financial expertise. You will be tasked with leveraging yourself and organization as industry experts in order to drive brand recognition and increase sales.
Robert M. Walmsley is President and CEO of Tailwind Strategies. He's spent over 20 years building high-tech sales and marketing teams. From achieving 3X revenue growth in 3 years to contributing sales leadership to a company ranked #1 on the Inc. 500 list as the fastest-growing company in America, Walmsley has the experience to show you how marketing automation can contribute to your company's growth strategy.
Seeking a Technology Selling Sales Manager who will provide leadership and direction to the sales team but will also source and solicit new clients. Management of the sales team including performance reviews, conducting training and professional development and ensuring quotas are achieved. Position also requires frequent travel between Boston and New York.
On Saturday July 17th, Alex and I made our way to Fenway Park. After a fun-filled company outing to Monkey Trunk's (a high rope and zip line park) we were quite tired, our muscles ached and the strong summer sun and heat was sucking up our last bit of energy. To make matters worse we arrived at Fenway Park without our tickets (we were out of the office the day before and hadn't received them in the mail); therefore, we were sent on a wild goose chase around the park asking anyone and everyone where we could find the Jimmy Fund event.