Sales and business development have changed. As ICT organizations, many of the strategies used to develop new businesses have been altered as a result of the pandemic. To stay relevant, we must find new ways to adapt.
How has your sales process shifted in the last year? Are you concerned you may be falling behind? Join the Sandler Training team for an interactive 90-minute virtual training workshop – “Selling in the Modern Era”.
Trainers, Eric Fry and Curtis Hamilton will review how to prepare you and your business for a new way of engaging your accounts and prospects…and how to avoid 5 common mistakes made by most sales professionals when selling virtually.
Eric Fry, President and Owner of Sandler Training Maritimes.
Previously he worked for organizations including Xerox, Staples and ABM Integrated Solutions in a variety of Sales and Leadership roles throughout his career. A native of Sydney, NS, Eric holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Saint Mary’s University and has completed a variety of executive development programs involving Six Sigma quality management, problem-solving, change management, high-performance work teams, and IT applications.
Eric is a Board Member for Entrepreneurs Organization and has also held board roles for United Way, Junior Achievement, and Fall River Basketball.
Curtis Hamilton, Director of Corporate Training at Sandler Training
Curtis has been in the corporate training and development world for over 15 years and has made a name for himself by helping businesses and executives capitalize on growth/scalability through sound sales and leadership processes. Prior to joining the team, Curtis was an entrepreneur running a successful training and consulting business. Curtis has also spent much of his career with companies such as TD Bank, MLSE (Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment), Canwest Global and Goodlife Fitness.
He is considered a training and development specialist and a high-performance coach, with multiple training programs, built, facilitated and deployed. He is an engaging presenter having facilitated hundreds of employee training sessions and workshops.