Andrea Roselli Named to Training Magazine's List of 2008 Top Young Leaders
Ms. Roselli-Grodnitzky is responsible for the successful design of all of Richardson Sales Performance’s client projects, including defining new program content and new product strategies – particularly in the area of new tools for training deployment. Andrea has significant industry experience and has developed sales, negotiations, presentations, leadership, and management training seminars, product knowledge training tools, cases, and other materials for Richardson Sales Performance’s classroom and e-Learning training programs.
Training Magazine will be honoring all Top Young Training Leaders at this year’s Training Leadership Summit, being held May 4-7, 2008 in San Diego, CA. During the summit, the Top 10 Young Trainers will be named and the Top 5 Young Trainers will be invited to serve on Training’s 2009 Editorial Advisory Board.
“It is very exciting to be recognized among the industry’s top young professionals, “says Andrea Roselli. “Being given the opportunity to collaborate with my talented colleagues at Richardson Sales Performance on some of the most exciting and forward-thinking ideas in learning is truly what drives me to be successful in this field.”
“I am pleased and honored to have Andrea Roselli-Grodnitzky as an Executive on the Richardson Sales Performance team,” says David DiStefano, President, and CEO of Richardson Sales Performance. “In just six short years, Andrea has advanced from a Design Associate role to the VP of Design, where she currently leads a global team of 22 people. The ability to relate to and understand the responsibilities of each and every position in her department has enabled Andrea to build a top flight team and afford the team in the depth coaching needed to perform at their best. Andrea has set the bar for the Richardson Sales Performance Design by demonstrating remarkable dedication, motivation, leadership and energy every day. On behalf of the entire Richardson Sales Performance team, I congratulate Andrea on this prestigious award.”
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