Reddit’s Sales Enablement Playbook for a Successful Program Deployment
Smoother adoption, minimal disruption & faster ROI.
With a successful enablement deployment strategy, they’re all within reach. Whether you’re rolling out new tools, methodology or messaging – a successful implementation is just as important as the training content. Learn how Reddit nailed the rollout of their new corporate messaging, branding guidelines and “Mission Control” (their WorkRamp instance) – with a structured GTM strategy.
In this live webinar, Ashley Crisostomo (Sales Enablement Manager at Reddit) will share how to internally “go to market” with your new enablement programs. Tune in for:
- Smoother adoption, minimal disruption & faster ROI.
- The importance of a phased approach – from soft launch to manager enablement
- How to keep the #hype up before, during and after the launch
- Bonus: The impact of a design strategy to drive learner engagement
Sales Enablement, Reddit
Director of Sales, WorkRamp
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