Thursday, February 24, 2022                                                                                          Issue 8
Formerly “Elevate Newsletter”
Created by The Sales Enablement Society 

 Have you heard the news? 
We have a 
new look!

We are proud to announce the launch of the new SES logo as part of the ongoing evolution of our organization's brand. After more than five years with our original logo, we have refreshed our brand identity to reflect who we are today and to symbolize our future. After careful consideration, we have chosen a new logo that signifies a more modern look and captures the core values the have built SES throughout the years: 
Inclusivity, Collaboration, Shared Economy, Growth Mindset and Global Membership.

The prism design represents the interconnectedness of our community and indicates the commitment to working together and the sharing of knowledge . The range of multiple colors on the spectrum stands for light, innovation and happiness, was designed to evoke a sense of positive energy, and represents the vibrant diversity of our global membership.
We are also proud to introduce our newly redesigned website and community platform to be the new digital home for all things sales enablement related. Some of the new site features you can look forward to in the coming months…. Job Board, Education Center, Mentor/ Mentee Connection and more!


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The Sales Enablement Society, in partnership with SV Academy and Seismic, has launched Enableship, a sales enablement career training and placement program. The program goal is to train, mentor, and increase the placement of underrepresented candidates into entry-level enablement roles. As the world's largest sales enablement organization, SES is in the unique position to provide mentorship to trainees and subsidized entry level talent to potential Employer partners. As such, we are committed to providing Enableship jobseekers with opportunities and experiences to begin successful careers in enablement. Supporting Enableship is an opportunity for our organization to ensure that the pipeline of future enablement talent is diverse, inclusive, and reflective of the evolving population. 
If you are interested in learning more about the benefits of becoming an Employer partner or participating as a mentor/coach please contact: Marvin Miller, Enableship Program Manager-


Volunteer opportunity: chapter liasons
SES is in need of two or more Practitioner members to serve as the lead point persons for all Chapter related initiatives, support SES in strategizing and executing a plan for Chapter Leader communication, chapter launches, re-activations, organize Chapter Leader meetings and drive  engagement to support Leaders in running successful local chapters. 
If you are interested, please contact Joanna Velarde, Executive Director