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Leading Your Team to Remote Sales Glory

Join us for a special webinar about how to lead your sales team in selling remotely.

  • Are you and your sales team executing at full potential when selling remotely?
  • Engaging prospects and clients remotely is "the new Normal".
  • Does your team have the skills and behaviors that will enable them to succeed?
  • Are you optimized in coaching and training your team in the nuances of remote sales?

Wednesday October 21st at 12:00-1:00 pm.   Register Below

Brought to you by Sandler Training by Mercury


  • Remote sales is new to some, routine for others.  Leading a team in remote sales is new to most.

  • Uncertain how your sales process translates into remote sales?

  • Worried some of your team members won't ramp up quickly enough to keep the sales pipeline full?

  • Do you know how boding and rapport is the same or different in the online environment?

  • What are best practices for leading your team in remote selling?

We're here to help!

Designed for business owners and managers

Join in for an education session that will prepare you and your team for virtual business growth as we reveal a virtual selling process where you and your team control the outcome.

  • How to create a successful mindset in uncertain times
  • How to avoid or disband common remote selling pains
  • Best practices coaching and directing your team
  • Pre-call planning, in-session etiquette, post-call follow-up, and managing stress

Achieve Your Goals

As an executive, business owner, sales manager, or salesperson, it's time to pivot so you can make the most out of remote selling. 

  • Mindset

    What leadership behaviors will enable your people to thrive?


  • Planning

    How are you holding your team accountable to their performance goals?


  • Follow Through

    How do you track revenue goals without interrupting positive team patterns?


Leading Your Team to Remote Sales Glory

Prepare yourself and your team for virtual business growth with a virtual selling process.

Wednesday, October 21st at 12:00-1:00 pm.

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Mary Crisci, Director, Sandler Training

Mary is a communications expert and Sandler National Accounts Trainer. She helps our clients achieve unparalleled success in their work and life, through superior communication and sales skills. She is on the board of directors for National Association of Women Business Owners (Nawbo) and a Professor of Communication at Grand Canyon University.

Mary has a Bachelor and Master of Arts (M.A.) in Communication from California State University-Fullerton.

Mark Kirstein, CEO, Sandler Training

Mark possesses a unique combination of corporate and entrepreneurial experience, across sales and management roles. He provides sales training, coaching and consulting to successful companies across a broad range of industries, from technology, to insurance, to legal, to manufacturing and more. Prior to Sandler, Mark was CEO/General Manager of In-Stat, a Scottsdale-based market research firm with revenues up to $15 Million. He led consulting and analyst organizations that advise and help clients optimize market development. Mark has a BS degree in Computer Engineering from Cal Poly, and an MBA from ASU.

Linc Miller, President, Sandler Training

Linc has spent the last 20+ years of his career in Sales, Management and Business Development and has been a part of the Sandler network since 2000. He has trained over 2000 executives from countries around the world and all over the United States. Linc is a world-class facilitator/trainer and an expert in Coaching, Supervising, Goal Setting, and Mentoring.

Linc is a Graduate of Jacksonville State University and has dedicated himself to giving others the competitive edge to maximize profitability and drive negotiations