It Is An Honor To Watch Them Grow
"Jeff Driskill served as my coach with Sandler Training. He is a wonderful example of how to best utilize the sales techniques that are covered throughout the program. His prior experience in sales, higher education and in serving as a high school football coach, have undoubtedly served him well in growing his successful career as an expert coach and mentor.
Throughout the training process, Jeff consistently displays a remarkable ability to provide guidance during situational simulations for people at various levels of comfort and competency using sales techniques. During the year-long class, he managed each session with confidence and efficiency, and remained very open to questions and comments. He also works well within the time constraints to cover the material.
Jeff helped me develop a more structured approach to selling, and I am grateful for his guidance as I put new processes into practice. I would highly recommend Jeff Driskill as an extremely knowledgeable and effective sales coach to educate your sales staff and ultimately increase your bottom line."
Cathy L. Young, IOM | Director of Member Services
LSchamber.com | firstname.lastname@example.org
5-Star Accredited by the US Chamber of Commerce
I was skeptical, you know, at first. "The Sales Mastery was going to teach me to close more sales" I was told. The financial investment seemed steep. I participated week in and week out and began one step at a time, adding something new to my in-home presentations each week. The day I closed a $34,106 deal on the 1st sit, I called Jeff and praised the process he was teaching me (Sandler). I have not looked back since and am sure glad I invested financially in myself. If you are willing to give it a try, invest in yourself, and stick to the steps, Jeff will teach you how to become a better sales closer.
Sales Executive and Business Owner
Samuel Hoff, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Patti Engineering, talks about how his company’s sales more than doubled after Sandler sales training. “In 2007, we were a bunch of really good engineers and really bad salespeople; now we’re the same good engineers but we’re a lot smarter about the sales process.” In 2007 the company did a little less than $3 million in business and spent $1.10 for every dollar it made. Last year it did $7.5 million in business and spent 88¢ for every dollar it made. “My personal income is seven times what it was in 2007,” says Hoff. “That’s living proof of the success of Sandler.”
Industry: Financial Planning
Roy Cook, who works with Merrill Lynch to help clients strategize their retirement plans, explains his mindset when he started Sandler training. “When I was introduced to Sandler I didn’t think I had any problems,” he says. He did have problems, though, including the lack of a systematic approach to generating new business. “Sandler has a very logical, very cerebral approach to sales. I saw more than 20 percent growth in my business year after year. Some of that I attribute to the market, but a lot of it I attribute to the Sandler process, with me implementing it and working more efficiently.”
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