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Sales Enablement for Top Tier Product Professionals

November 3 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am CDT

Sales enablement UMKC TalentLInk

Learn how proven sales enablement concepts, tools, and skills can support the release of a product and impact its potential sales success.

The success of your product largely comes down to the sales (or adoption) of that product. Generating impressive product sales does not happen in a vacuum.

Once a company builds and releases a product, the sales team needs the right training and assets to identify potential clients, qualify prospects, and close the sale. In this course, learn the importance of Sales Enablement, and how it fits into sales performance, product management and entrepreneurship.

Key Topics

Fundamental concept and tools of sales enablement

Processes and documents that form the backbone of a sales enablement playbook

Workshop discussion and practice with sales enablement documents that illustrate key concepts


Understand the fundamental components of sales enablement.

How sales enablement connects to a new product release and potential sales success.

Access to a sales enablement playbook templates and documents.

Hands-on workshop experience to apply sales enablement tools and skills.

Tips on how to implement a sales enablement program in an organization, and transitioning exercises from the classroom to the workplace.


Seth Kakuske Seth Kakuske is a product manager at Optimally with a passion for startups, innovation, and closing the client feedback loop. His 16 years of experience in the software industry includes working for both multinational organizations and startups. He helps companies and individuals with product strategy, including product discovery, customer validation, go-to-market, and sales enablement.


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