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Sandler Training in Calgary | Calgary, AB

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About Sandler Training in Calgary

Sandler Training in Calgary

Who are We? What do We do? Why would you work with Us?

Wherever your organization touches people; candidates, employees, prospect or clients. Sandler provides support and training.

At our business performance lab you will learn how to work smarter instead of harder by implementing attitudes, behaviors and techniques in Sandler’s communication system.

With Sandler you’ll receive guidance to reach your personal and professional mountain tops and gain the confidence to go one inch higher, but we won’t do it for you.

Communication is key

About Sandler Training in Calgary

Effective Communication for Increased Opportunities

Communication is key with Sandler Training. In fact, communication is key to everything you do – from sales, to leadership, to service, and beyond. So long as you clearly understand how you communicate and the communication style of those you interact with, you’ll be able to turn focused conversations into actionable opportunities.

Through weekly communication training at the Calgary Training center, you’ll benefit from:

  • An environment that keeps you focused
  • Objective sounding boards on how to move through conversations
  • Ways of recognizing other people’s communication styles (and, therefore, buying process)
  • Support in keeping you accountable for your stated goals (both personal and professional)
  • Gaining the confidence to have intentionally guided conversations
  • Positive interactions with other individuals looking to increase their own opportunities

We moved!

Our Training Centre

We moved into our new centre in September 2015 and we love it.

Click to see pictures of our Sandler Training Center in Calgary.

What is Sandler all about?

10 Reasons to Engage Sandler Training

What is Sandler all about? Hamish Knox from Sandler Training in Calgary explains Sandler's conversation communications model, which is built on a series of small, mutual agreements.