Sandler Sales Boot Camp

Sandler Sales Boot Camp

Boost Productivity and Sell More

Sandler® Training has helped millions of sales professionals boost their overall productivity and sell more easily through their proven programs. Sellers learn to more naturally communicate with prospects, develop relationships, and motivate people to act. Sandler is world-renowned for transforming individuals in their sales careers, and they bring their sales expertise to our distraction-free resort setting on Sugar Lake.

Together, our facilitators and Sandler present the Sandler Destination Sales Training Boot Camp, a professional retreat that combines sales training, leadership development, and experiential outdoor activities designed to reenergize and invigorate your sales practice.


Learn How To Nurture Prospects Into Clients

The Sandler Destination Sales Training Boot Camp provides the necessary skills to grow your business, but more importantly, it helps you to develop the attitudes and habits necessary to implement those techniques consistently and effectively over time. This unique event presents a professional development opportunity to immerse yourself in the sales training process while being rejuvenated in the pristine Northwoods of Minnesota.

Three-Day, All-Inclusive Sales Training Boot Camp

DAY 1:

Dive in and learn how Sandler’s methodology provides a powerful advantage that will give you an edge over competitors and improve your sales results.

DAY 2:

This full day of programming will include training participants on Sandler’s proven system and the importance of bonding and building rapport. After an intensive day of learning strategies, Sugar Lake Lodge will take you outside for an evening of activities on the lake and by the bonfire.

DAY 3:

After two comprehensive days, a review session is conducted to ensure that you are returning with the right tools and mindsets to improve your business outcomes. Participants are encouraged to stay longer for some much-needed R&R with a special nightly rate offered only to those who have completed the boot camp.

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