Anywhere in the US, United States
The Chief of Staff is a key leadership position for the Sales organization. This is a mission critical role that serves as trusted advisor to the Sales Leadership team and acts as a key liaison among Sales and cross-functional executive management. This position enables the success of the Sales Organization by prioritizing and managing key activities and represents the perspective of the sales org in working with internal and external stakeholders. The ideal candidate must have a passion for our cybersecurity offerings, seamless go-to-market execution and an inclusive sales culture. Excellent analytical, interpersonal, communication (verbal and written), influencing and leadership skills will be critical. Success depends on building rapport and credibility with multiple stakeholders across the organization at every level. The candidate must be a strategic thinker who can quickly operationalize company-wide initiatives and demonstrates natural learning agility and personal flexibility in a fast paced, change-oriented environment.
Business Analytics– Analyze a variety of business variables from both a strategic and operational point of view, using qualitative and quantitative analytics; identify potential issues, recommend resolution, and prioritize and deploy business process improvement initiatives across the organization. Partner with Senior Sales Leadership Team members and other leaders within in the organization to drive strategic operational management of GTM programs globally.
Global Sales Organization– Develop and manage the content and logistics of the sales strategy meetings, QBRs, All Hands meetings, Senior Sales leadership team meetings, board reporting to the Board of Directors and the annual club recognition program. This includes agenda development; initiative tracking and ensuring thoughtful and efficient meeting logistics and facilitation representative of a best in class Sales organization.
Leadership Team– Work with CRO, develop and manage KPIs of each Sales function and region in relation to sales needs that drive the business success through silo-breaking activities like common goals/objectives and critical and difficult strategic discussions.
Office of the CRO– Responsible for managing the CRO budget, annual operating plan, CRO event and customer engagement calendar, employee roundtables, leadership meetings, and organization of domestic and global trips. Ensures all required preparation is on time for all stakeholder meetings, customers, employees, media, regulators, investors, etc. Develop and deliver customer facing content for executive presentations. Prepare monthly presentations, relevant documents and briefing materials for the CRO’s monthly/quarterly operations reviews to CEO and for Board of Directors and other commitments for the CRO. Determine appropriate content and messaging. Actively participate in and/or lead various forums/meetings internal and external; prepare presentations and report back to the various stakeholders.
Communications– In partnership with Corporate Communications, ensures consistent impactful communication to employees, customers, partners, and other key stakeholders. This includes managing organizational announcements and confidential projects.
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