Brad Kleiner is the owner of Sandler Training, with over 25 years of experience in real world sales and executive leadership positions ranging from co-founder of a small, bootstrapped startup to an executive VP/GM for a billion-dollar international media company. An accomplished speaker, Brad is experienced in motivating the attitudes, behaviors and beliefs of sales and non-sales professionals alike. His combination of style and substance keep audiences engaged while learning new ways to approach business challenges.
Brad has expertise in a wide range of subjects that can be custom-tailored to your industry or group meeting, conference or event to deliver practical, insightful and motivational content. A key focus for Brad is creating a sales process for the sales force, maintaining a productive and positive sales culture, and effective sales management for maintaining predictable results and having some fun in the process. Most topics are delivered NOT as lectures, but as interactive, participant-centered workshops. Sample topics include:
• Sales Process
• Business Development
• Goal Achieving
• Team Building
• Communication Styles
• Effective Hiring
• Authentic Bonding & Rapport
• Referrals & Networking
• Sales Management
• Maximizing LinkedIn
Working in both local and National sales arenas have given Brad a unique perspective and understanding of the selling process in today’s challenging economic times. Brad is dedicated to working with business owners, principals, sales managers, salespeople and non-selling professionals to give them the behaviors, attitudes and techniques to reach their full potential in sales.
Brad is a graduate from the University of Oregon School of Journalism with a major in Advertising and a minor in Spanish. Brad's passion is international travel and he has explored over 40 countries while
stopping to live, teach and sell in Tokyo, Guadalajara and Istanbul.
Brad now focuses his talent on helping the Northwest's top companies achieve their goals, increase their revenue, and lead the way in their industry. In his free time he enjoys spending time with his three daughters; Lucy, Delaney and Zoe and rooting for his Ducks. A guiding philosophy in his life can be summed up in this simple statement, “If you aren’t having fun, go do something else.”