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We are looking for an experienced Sales Enablement Manager for the MOAI Learning & Development organization to work in partnership with unit Leadership Teams and stakeholders in order to increase competence and performance by ensuring effective and efficient sales learning solutions are planned, developed and implemented at a unit, function and individual level with clear alignment to business strategies and job requirements. The candidate will also provide proactive consultancy to business leaders to address competence needs and ensure continuous communication and visibility of learning opportunities and impact to drive a high impact learning culture. The role is based in Singapore or Melbourne reporting to the Head of Learning & Development, MOAI.
Responsibilities & Tasks
- Work closely with all country heads & key stakeholders to understand their business requirements
- Develop sales learning plans to align with business requirements
- Design & develop learning solutions to support learning plans
- Implement & drive all sales learning solutions
- Evaluate the effectiveness and impact of all sales learning solutions
- Report & communicate outcomes of learning solutions
- Mentor & guide junior sales learning consultants
- Ensure collaboration and communication with global sales learning consultants.
- Understanding of sales and sales process
- Learning & development methods knowledge
- Strong consultative skills
- Project management skills
- Presenting & communicating information
- Ericsson portfolio knowledge – desired, not mandatory
Location: Based on candidate's location.
“We will not be providing a work permit/visa, relocation for this position.”
EA Reg: R1219383
Tag: MOAIHJ HJ *LI-AS2
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Primary country and city: Australia (AU) || || Melbourne || Consulting&SysInt
Req ID: 305614