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Executive Enterprise Paid Internship Program

Business Management Training in New York

Our personalized approach to sales is the real reason why Executive Enterprise is dominating the sales and marketing industry right now.

Our Internship Program positions young pros like you for entrepreneurial and managerial success by providing you with real-world knowledge and experience that will give more meaning to what you’ve learned in college. To enhance the value of your internship with Executive Enterprise, you will be coached by Account Managers, Brand Developers, and Business Partners.

The Executive Enterprise Paid Internship Program is divided into four parts and is split into a three-month program.


INTERNSHIP “MOCK” MANAGEMENT TRAINING PROGRAM BREAKDOWN

PERFORMANCE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

Zero to 1 Month

  • Work with your trainer/manager to define and document your goals.
  • Learn to work systematically.
  • Promotion to Training Manager.
  • Drive competition amongst peers.

1 month to 2 months

  • Are you focusing your time on the goals you committed to? If not, either work with your manager to change your goals or reevaluate how you spend your time.
  • Manage 3 people & develop game plans.
  • Ensure team goals are being met daily.

2 months to 3 months

  • Review team performance goals to see if you are on target as a Team Manager.
  • Learn Territory Management
  • Learn and track team growth each week.

SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE DEVELOPMENT

Zero to 1 Month

  • Understand the specific skills and knowledge you need using the orientation manual as your step-­by-­step guide.
  • Teach back marketing systems.
  • Complete the full Entry Level Checklist.
  • Qualify to attend leadership courses daily. (Invite only)

1 month to 2 months

  • Create applicable training classes relevant to the entry level trends
  • Create a 6 week game plan and begin learning management skillsets.
  • Do outside research on marketing, branding, sales & local competition.
  • Maximize on strengths /weakness’.

2 months to 3 months

  • Create a timeline with trainees with tasks that they will follow in order to attain the skills outlined in Executive’s personal development plan.
  • Conducting and review progress reports with Entry-­Level candidates
  • Learn how to have the right conversations at the right time.

PROCESSES AND METHODS

Zero to 1 Month

  • Familiarize yourself with the daily work processes and methods used.
  • Be clear on WHY those processes are used and how you can support process goals. (Practice retraining)
  • Set clear timelines for task due dates. Keep timelines up to date.

1 month to 2 months

  • Identify and eliminate unnecessary variation in the way you perform work processes.
  • Ensure that your work responsibilities are clear, defined, and realistic.
  • Learn the interview/orientation process.
  • Create a Team Identity

2 months to 3 months

  • Get to know the people who work cross-­ functionality in common work processes.
  • Seek to simplify any work processes in order to cut cycle time.
  • Introduce new ideas with Management.
  • Begin asking “WHY” more to learn the mentality of Executive Enterprise

FEEDBACK

Zero to 1 Month

  • Understand the different types of feedback and the ways in which you will receive feedback.

1 month to 2 months

  • Are you getting the feedback you need? Is feedback specific, and frequent?
  • Compare actual performance vs expected performance.

2 months to 3 months

  • Are you giving feedback to others who need it?
  • Compare actual and expected performance.

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