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Should Innovation Be an Important Element in Your Workplace?

By Sandler Training / August 15, 2019

If your answer is “no” then you can stop reading now because nothing in here will be useful to you. If you answered “yes,” then you are definitely not alone. In a recent survey by Robert Half, in which 2,200 CFOs and over 1,000 professionals were polled, it was discovered that 87% of people believe…

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How to Succeed at Building a Winning Company Culture [Podcast]

By Sandler Training / January 9, 2019

Brent Chapman, CIO of RoundPoint Mortgage and speaker and upcoming author, shows you how to succeed with the attitudes, behaviors, and techniques needed to be more successful in building a winning company culture. Get the best practices collected from around the world. Find Brent and the new book at The How to Succeed Podcast is a…

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Why Workplace Innovation is Necessary

By Dave Mattson / January 30, 2018

As salespeople, our industry is always shifting. As a result, our jobs depend on staying ahead of the curve. To avoid falling behind, we should be constantly learning, creating, and innovating. Being forward-thinking pays off in numerous ways, but below are three of the most important reasons why innovation in the workplace is necessary. 1.…

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Four Reasons to Create a Positive Work Environment and Why It’s Important

By Sandler Training / August 8, 2017

Culture is a term regularly associated with offices and sales organizations. Employees working in a positive work environment feel that the culture better reflects their beliefs and values and, in turn, they are more effective, efficient, and fulfilled in the work they do. While there are many obvious reasons for wanting to improve your work…

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5 Ways to Avoid Workplace Politics & Build Team Rapport

By Sandler Training / October 4, 2016

Competition has definitely been attributed as one of the primary reasons American business has been so successful. No surprise then, the American workplace is also competitive as well. Unfortunately, a side effect of competition is the nature of office politics, particularly when competition is not just based on performance. When networking, familiarity, friendships, and relationships…

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5 Key Steps to Transforming Your Company Culture

By Dave Mattson / April 19, 2016

According to a survey by Bain & Company, of 365 companies in Europe, Asia and North America, 81 percent believe that brands without a high-performing culture will never get beyond mediocrity. In other words, it is the culture of an organization that helps to drive it forward towards success. Your corporate culture will dictate everything from…

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