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“You walk away with substance. Other sales management seminars I’ve attended have been a lot of hoopla. Here, I learned tangible routines that I can implement with my team to achieve measurable performance improvement.”

Senior Vice President,
Midwest Community Bank


Sales Management Workshop

Hilton Suites Magnificent Mile

September 29 - 30, 2020

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Two Bonus Values

Day One: Lunch 'N Learn

Tom Doherty, Managing Partner/Business Banking at CIBC is a workshop favorite. Tom discusses:

  • How his division has put millions in the pipeline through a systematic and trust-based prospecting approach
  • How his sales management disciplines have helped build and sustain his Performance Culture
  • How regular Check-Ins have created both accountability and strategic dialogue between he and his team
  • How his new client Onboarding process mitigates buyer’s remorse and generates numerous referral opportunities

Day Two: Dawnduster

Jack Hubbard, Chief Experience Officer, St. Meyer & Hubbard shares successful sales strategies from more than four decades of work in financial services. These include:

  • How to create a Resource Management culture
  • How to make thousands of value touches without leaving your office chair
  • How to make LinkedIn an education resource, not a cold calling tool
  • Books, blogs, websites and ideas that build trust and maximize value

New sales managers in retail or commercial banking to train? Want to build a Performance Culture?

This program is for you.


September 29 - 30, 2020

Location: Hilton Suites Magnificent Mile
Price: $1195 registration fee + hotel

Have questions? Email Linda Benjamin or call (847) 215-6091.

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