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Sandler Training in Windsor | Windsor, ON

The Unapologetic Saleswoman

How to break barriers and beat the odds as a woman in sales


Break Barriers and Beat the Odds

Mike Montague, VP of Sandler Online Learning and Development, and Sandler Trainer Lorraine Ferguson author of Sandler's latest book, The Unapologetic Saleswoman discussed how to stop apologizing, feel good about your professional role and start selling. 


Designed for Women Sales Professionals


In this educational webinar learn:

  • What powerful communication tactics women in sales are using to stay ahead of their competition.

  • How to eliminate your "head trash" about being a woman in sales. 

  • How to take control of the sales process, and what makes a successful saleswoman. 



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Lorraine and Mike will discussed how to:

Positively connect with every prospect, no matter their position or role.

Build trust with leads, prospects, and clients that results in more opportunities, sales and referrals.

Identify both internal and external obstacles, take charge of the entire sales process, and reach your goals.

Lorraine Ferguson

Lorraine Ferguson

With over three decades of experience as a sales professional and trainer, Lorraine is recognized internationally as a business development expert specializing in executive sales consulting and sales productivity training. A dynamic, enthusiastic speaker certified in the proprietary selling system developed by David H. Sandler, she informs, entertains, and motivates leadership and rank-and-file sales teams to achieve at their full potential.


Mike Montague

Mike Montague shares his knowledge and expertise by way of social media and other avenues with quality content and resources designed for sales professionals and managers all over the globe. He is also an accomplished writer, contributing to the Sandler book, LinkedIn The Sandler Way, business magazines, and the Sandler Blog.

Overcome some of the most common concerns and self-doubts and erase the negative connotations of selling