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"Sandler Training was a great experience for me. More specifically, Sandler Training from Jeff Schneider was a great experience. I moved to Portland after I had been enrolled in Sandler for a few months with a different instructor. Although I had a good experience with my first instructor, Jeff took it to the next level. If you're thinking about signing up with Jeff, stop thinking about it and go for it. You'll end up thanking him. Trust me."
Jeff Schneider founded Schneider Training Solutions back in 2006 after a long and successful careeer in sales and sales management in the media industry. Jeff had been a successful seller with newspapers and television stations, and directed the sales departments for TV stations in Spokane, Bend and Sacramento, and finally a group of radio stations in Portland. Jeff describes his motivation for starting the Sandler business this way: "There were things I loved about my career in sales management, and some things I did not particularly care for. The things I really loved were training, coaching and mentoring salespeople, helping them take their game to the next level. That is what I am strongest at, and that is what I get to do all day, every day." Jeff brings his own selling and management experiences, along with the impactful work he has done for hundreds of companies since joining with Sandler, into every new client engagement in order to help them solve the selling challenges they face. "There are very few instances these days that stump me. Most prospects are at first concerned about whether I will be able to understand their industry, their product, their world, because what they do is unique. And they are right. But my work with hundreds of companies in diverse industries has enabled me to quickly find similarities to other companies I have worked with and devise strategies that will solve their toughest problems."
Jeff and his family live just outside the Portland area, where they enjoy hiking, mountain biking, skiing and cheering on the Oregon Ducks football team.