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How to Succeed at Becoming a Servant Leader

David Mattson, President and CEO of Sandler Training and 6-Time Best-Selling Author, talks about his fifth book, Sandler Rules for Sales Leaders. The book is on sale at https://shop.sandler.com/books/sandler-rules-sales-leaders, as well as, the companion video course: https://shop.sandler.com/online-courses/sandler-rules-sales-leaders-online-course

Listen Time: 11 Minutes

How to Succeed at the Components of Success

Ken Seawell, Sandler trainer from Detroit, joins us to talk about the attitude, behaviors, and techniques and what binds them together. Learn the best practices of successful salespeople and entrepreneurs from around the world.

How to Succeed at Leadership in the 21st Century

Chris Lewis is the CEO and Founder of LEWIS, one of the world's largest private communication companies. He joins us to talk about his new book and the attitude, behaviors, and techniques of top performing leaders in the new century. Learn how to succeed at leadership in the 21st century.

Guiding Principles of Effective Management

Learn the best practices for effective management and leadership from Caroline Robinson and Mike Montague.

How to Succeed at Transitioning a Business to the Next Generation

Mike Crandall joins us to talk about the attitude, behaviors and techniques of transitioning the ownership of your business to the next generation of leaders. This is always a tough subject, but the future is coming and how you plan now will determine how bright that future will be. Learn how to succeed at transitioning your business to the next generation.

How to Succeed at Delegating Effectively

David Mattson, President and CEO of Sandler, shares his thoughts about delegating and how to pass the baton in a way that gets results. Learn the attitudes, behaviors, and techniques of top leaders and how the delegate tasks. 

How to Provide Constructive Feedback for All Performance Levels

Most managers we talk to say they are only interested in giving their employees “constructive feedback.” But what's the difference between constructive and non-constructive (negative) feedback in the workplace?

Decision Making as a Leader: How to Guide Your Team to Success

One of the most powerful strategies leaders can use to support their own effective decision-making is also one of the simplest: Build trusted members of your team, people who think differently than you do, into your decision-making process.