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Sandler Research Center Asks the Question: Is This “New Normal” the Permanent “New Normal”?

By Tom Wilson / February 19, 2021

Will we eventually be able to return to the pre-pandemic ways of conducting business? That’s a question that’s been on the minds of many professionals.

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Sandler Research Center: Leading from the Front in Challenging Times

By Sandler Training / February 12, 2021

The global sales space has been completely transformed over the last year with a virtual selling environment prevailing for almost all sales organizations. Sandler’s research reveals that 71.4% of participating sales managers and sales leadership report that their sales process has changed as a result of transitioning to remote commercial trading. Unfortunately, 63.2% don’t have a plan.

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Two-Minute Read: Leading An Organization For Optimal Revenue Results in 2021

By Dave Mattson / December 11, 2020

Here is our 120-second overview of three critical areas where we are seeing the most productive sales leaders set their teams up for success in 2021.

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Goal Setting Boot Camp

By Sandler Training / August 31, 2020

Learn how to get from where you are to where you want to be.

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Today, More Than Ever, Managing Is All About Motivating

By Jonathan Farrington / July 6, 2020

Don’t be under any illusion that right now, you absolutely have to give motivation priority. Don’t be mistaken, motivation makes a difference – a big difference. People perform better when they feel positive about their future.

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Negotiating from the Inside Out

By Sandler Training / July 6, 2020

Overcome the inner obstacles to successful negotiations that everyone faces.

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A Picture of Tomorrow’s Leaders

By Jonathan Farrington / June 16, 2020

Most companies are looking for ways to more effectively and efficiently manage their most important business relationships. It is not easy to do, and it is not always enjoyable, but when a key account works well, it is extremely satisfying.

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Be Intentional About Goal Time and Goal Facilitation

By Patrick McManamon / May 7, 2020

[ExecuNet] What is the big difference between a manager and a leader? Here is one that I’ve noticed. Great leaders are intentional about “goal time.” Let me explain. First, what do I mean by “intentional?” Managers who become truly effective as leaders embrace their management role by establishing for themselves minimum standards of performance and…

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Gold Medal Selling

By Sandler Training / May 7, 2020

Learn the ten sales “muscles” that the most successful salespeople condition over time … and keep conditioning.

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Leader, My Leader: Do You Inspire “Willing Action?”

By Jonathan Farrington / April 10, 2020

Leadership has been defined as “the ability to inspire willing action” Emphasis is placed on the “willing.” But to understand leadership, we need to delve a little deeper than that.

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