Goal Setting The Sandler Way
Achieving and exceeding short-term and long-term goals
This webcast includes Sandler Training's best practices on goal setting topics like creating your ideal vision for the future, setting short-term and long-term goals, and creating a reproducible recipe for success. Listen to the one hour webcast presented by Bob Sinton, a Sandler trainer for 20+ years, and Dave Mattson, President and CEO of Sandler Training.
This special presentation is intended for salespeople and sales leaders who are:
Concerned about hitting quota or their personal goals for the year.
Worried about their future and living the lifestyle of their dreams.
Upset about missed opportunities and unfulfilled expectations.
- Raise your self-esteem and results.
- Identify your strengths and leverage them.
- Take responsibility for your life and results and establish your value system.
- Separate wishful thinking and daydreaming from realistic goal setting and action plans!
About Bob Sinton
For over twenty years, Robert Sinton has helped small, mid-sized and Fortune 1000 companies overcome their frustrations and disappointments by showing them more effective and efficient attitude, behaviors, and techniques for goals setting. He regularly facilitates training, coaching, counseling, workshops, clinics, and seminars with his clients. They have been able to increase their bottom lines, become top performers, and be proud of and profitable in their sales careers.
CEO & President, Sandler Training Headquarters
About Dave Mattson
Under Dave Mattson's leadership, the Sandler organization expanded domestically and internationally to over 250 offices in 27 countries around the world. He added numerous program offerings to Sandler’s training portfolio, including Enterprise Selling, Leadership, and Customer Service programs, along with Sandler Certification, the first measurable, skills-based sales certification in the industry. He is also a best-selling author and global sales and sales management expert.
The most effective and efficient way to improve your attitude, behavior and results is to set your priorities, establish a direction, and create an action plan to achieve your new goals.