Chief of Staff, Modern Workplace Sales at Microsoft
Chief of Staff, Modern Workplace Sales Details
Feb. 19, 2019, 6:58 p.m.
Business Programs & Operations
Workplace Sales team Modern Workplace Sales
As Chief of Staff of the Modern Workplace Sales team you will work closely with the Vice President of Modern Workplace Sales in driving the rhythm-of-the- business, organization communications and executive communications (external and internal), team connectedness, and management processes. You will partner closely with the VP to mold the mission of the team, lead and contribute to special projects, and help build on the value system of the team and with his management. You must think strategically at a global level, and create execution plans that span both strategic and tactical considerations. It is essential that you are able to look ahead to impacts and dependencies, be constantly thinking about next best action, and advise both the VP and the team of what's needed. You will be empowered to develop new processes, and streamline existing ones, in order to contribute to the efficient and impactful operations for the organization. You will often represent the VP in meetings with his
Overall Scope/Impact: This position is directly responsible for driving all the business management functions that will ensure effectiveness of the VP and his team's operating rhythm, including developing and implementing key leadership connections, and setting up processes to get work done. Executive Enablement: One of the critical aspects of this role is to ensure executive enablement and support for the VP. This is a critical stage for Modern Workplace Sales as we drive alignment across the company through the Enterprise and SMC segments, and are accountable for aggressive YOY revenue and customer
Qualified candidates should have a minimum of 10 years of related sales, marketing or operations experience, a Bachelors degree or an advanced degree, such as an MBA. Proven effectiveness driving complex multi-stakeholder processes, driving cross-team programs to desired results and manage risk. The individual must be a self-starter who does not require continual feedback and direction and can be proactive by understanding the needs of the business. The individual has led planning and ROB activities and has developed or led a communication plan/ framework. The individual has worked with HR to develop