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Tired of Up and Down Sales Reports?

Do you want predictable, consistent results—every quarter, every month, every day?

You need a trainer who can also be a trusted advisor, partner and consultant.

Why choose Sandler Training? Because the success of our training has been repeatedly proven through delivery to thousands of clients.  

Build Your Success - Virtual Training Series

We are proud to offer this complimentary 4-part virtual series designed to help you develop skills and strategies that will allow you to effectively navigate through the current professional climate and build your success. Join us on Wednesdays from 12:00-1:00pm EDT beginning May 6, 2020.  Learn more...

Winning from Failing

Josh Seibert's new book, Winning from Failing: Build and Lead a Corporate Learning Culture for High Performance, shows company leaders how to harness the natural adult learning progression. This book shows sales leaders (and others) how to create, support, and sustain a workplace learning culture that measurably improves performance. Launching such a culture always starts with top management's recognition that it is okay, even essential, for people to fail...within clearly defined boundaries.

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Experience Sandler Training at no cost for a one-time complimentary session. 

Consistent growth requires a consistent, systematic process that delivers consistent, dependable results.

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Mark Tucker, Vice-President Sales and Sales Planning at Blue Rhino

Listen to Mark Tucker explain how Sandler was able to adapt different sales training concepts to his team at Blue Rhino. Mark says, "We had to get away from the sales model of only talking about price and service to be successful. When we found Sandler, we were able to achieve that."

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Why Your Prospect Won't Return Your Calls

When you left your prospect's office last week, his parting words were "call me next week." You've called . . . left messages . . . called early . . . called late . . . and still - nothing. What happened?

Let's examine what you did when you were last face-to- face with your prospect. When he said "call me next week", did you say "okay", or did you say "let's check our calendars now and set up this phone appointment"?

Your prospect's time is valuable - as is yours! When a client asks you to call at a future time, go ahead and set an appointment, then CONFIRM that the prospect will take your call. Say the words - "will you take my call at that time?" It's the only way to make sure you're not chasing a ghost and to make the sale!

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Sandler Bookstore

The Sandler library of books includes two Amazon and Wall Street Journal best-sellers, as well as the best-selling sales classic for any sales book ever.

Explore some of today's top-performing programs to see if we're a fit for you.