Training Facilitator

Leverage exceptional facilitation skills with ability to engage adult audience, present content clearly using examples and analogies to achieve learning objectives with varied levels of advisor audiences at firms within Individual Distribution.
Responsible for partnering and leading training in a professional manner.
Apply a variety of instructional techniques such as role playing, simulations, team exercises, group discussions, videos, or lectures to real world situations and debrief activities to arrive at learning outcomes.
Able to interact comfortably with various levels of management which includes a high-working knowledge level of sales material content. Be able to speak to subject matter.
Responsible to partner with management team to provide curriculum requested in a professional manner, including problem-solving as needed.
Able to provide learning on multiple topics in a timely manner as well as ability to manage and execute in a professional manner the learning event.
Conducts advanced training sessions.
Facilitator utilizes time management skills to ensure constant contact and follow up on training needs and advisor progress.
List of Training facilitator qualifications
5-7 years professional sales facilitation experience, preferably within the Sales service industry.
Bachelor's degree, preferred
Expertise in classroom and virtual training delivery, building rapport, flexing to the on-the-spot classroom / virtual seminar needs.
Knowledge of adult learning theory and instructional design principles.
Excellent communication skills, facilitation skills and executive presence.
High problem solving skills and able to exercise impact and influence to get work done.
Accomplished sales experience preferred.
Experience facilitating a variety of topics a plus including (but not limited to) sales training and systems training.

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