This isn’t your typical job description. In fact, it’s all about you. Take a look at this list of things you’ve accomplished – and if you resonate with them, read on, and perhaps we’ll talk further. Start each point with “I am a person who: ______”
- Serves as a business leader (director or above) in a mid-to-large-sized company.
- Loves to coach and develop emerging managers and leaders.
- Can go toe-to-toe with any C-suite executive.
- Has tremendous energy, passion, and enthusiasm.
- Managed teams of mid-level leaders.
- Understands product management.
- Is financially astute.
- Has developed and carried out strategic plans.
- Has developed customer and client relationships for the purpose of uncovering implied needs, and in working with marketing and product people to ensure those needs are met from the company’s products & services.
- Mastered organizational politics to the point where I have earned a positive reputation and have become a well-known, go-to, resource.
- Developed close cross-functional relationships, and got people who had their own agendas, to follow your lead so that everyone wins.
- Loves to teach and want to devote the next part of my career to helping emerging leaders and managers to excel as strategic thinking expert generalists.
- Captures the imagination of others from the stories I tell.
- Have a business degree with at least 10 years of corporate business experience, at least half in a managerial or leadership position.
- Knows what it takes to influence and advise on key organizational transformational challenges.
We are searching for one or more workshop facilitators for our course “Building Business Acumen.” If you’ve attained what may be called an “exceptional generalist” because you’ve mastered both horizontal and vertical leadership in a complex corporate environment, this may be a role for you.
You must have a solid base of business, corporate, and financial experience, especially in areas associated with team building, leadership development, product management, strategic planning, decision-making, and business performance management. This is not a job for a lecturer but a true facilitator with an edge and a passion for business.
As part of our team, we want professionals who want to contribute to a small, growing specialty training and advisory services firm. Because the world has evolved, you should have experience in delivering courses in-person and virtually. In “normal” times, you’ll probably have to travel 50-75% of the time.
Ideally, we’d like to have a team of contract facilitators who are ready for a different angle in their professional lives. We will consider one or two full-time or part-time employees.
Write to us and tell us your story.