Sales Managers' Forum
An interactive forum that addresses both common and complex sales management issues
Take a deeper look at your sales management process
Join the Sales Management conversation
It seems like more and more Sales Managers are challenged with higher goals in a tightening economy. Every month we invite Sales Managers, Owners, and Executives who manage a sales team to come together and have their sales management challenges heard and leave with solutions the can implement regardless of experience level, industry, or marketplace.
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Thursday, January 11th
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Thursday, January 18th
About This Event
A wide range of topics includes coaching, training, mentoring, supervising, motivating, recruiting, staging sales meetings, employee reviews, conflict resolution, communication, surveying customers, goal setting for self and team, correcting negative behavioral patterns and “growing team members to the next level."
Participants share problems, challenges, goals, and agenda prior to each meeting. These become topics of the next Manager's Forum meeting. Meetings are facilitated by Greg Nanigian and typically include hand-outs based on the topics. Participants share a 30-day implementation at the close of each meeting. Results of 30-day implementations are shared at the next forum.
The Sandler Managers Forum meets one Thursday evening per month. These meetings start at 5:30 pm and end at 8:30 pm. Dates are scheduled 90 days out. Our group meets over dinner and is preceded by an informal “meet and greet”. Meals are included. Guests are welcome to participate in one meeting at no charge.
Participants from different industries are co-mingled and the one thing they have in common is that they manage people that sell. Through the sharing and training that takes place the average manager achieves a 50 percent increase in sales management competency in one year of participation. Given that meetings are fun, no fluff and based on the Sandler Sales Management System, results are extraordinary.