Keynotes by Doug Sandler
Doug Sandler has over 30 years of business experience as an entrepreneur, business owner, and leader. His book, Nice Guys Finish First is a #1 ranked Amazon Best Seller. He specializes in building relationships and strengthening connections. Doug is a nationally recognized speaker and writer for Huffington Post. He has been titled by a leading customer service reporting company in the Top 10 Social Media Thought Influencers to follow.
Nice Guys Finish First. Better Relationships, Better Business
The organizations and people that get ahead today understand the importance of building amazing relationships and making personal connections. Companies that will make people a priority over procedures, putting the employee and customer experience at the top of the list and valuing relationships over technology will have winning, positive cultures. Successful organizations approach the future with an attitude of high touch over high tech.
Doug’s program provides stories, lessons, concrete takeaways and action items. The attendee will go beyond finding out why nice people finish first and discover how to be successful using the lessons provided. The program walks participants down a path to becoming a student of Sandler’s system: Invest, Inspire and Execute. Lessons about leadership, technology, consistency, trust and empowerment all play key roles in successful relationships today. In addition, the program examines the importance of developing a culture of happiness, creating a positive attitude, effectively dealing with failure, managing a better life and mistakes to avoid in order to become successful.
Everyone left with smiles on their faces, memories of a great speaker, and a desire to reconnect with clients on a more meaningful level. Emails are still coming in from attendees praising his content and delivery. I would definitely recommend Doug to others looking to reinvigorate their teams and improve their client relations.
Our team really received some valuable advice which will make them better, not only in their sales career, but in life.