Jennie Hobbs Named Sandler's Senior Vice President of Training & Development

Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Local franchise owners of Sandler Training, a global training organization founded in 1967, promoted Jennie Hobbs to the role of Senior Vice President of Training & Development.
 
Sandler Training specializes in management/leadership, sales, customer service and communication skills training.
  In her new role, Ms. Hobbs will oversee her own client base division as lead trainer, executive coach, speaking and meeting facilitator.  Her division includes distinctive local companies such as EPB, Vision Hospitality and YMCA along with other regional and national clients as well.
 
“This promotion is well deserved as Jennie has demonstrated outstanding results, leadership, and professionalism since joining our team,” said Dan and Lisa Nausley, owners of Chattanooga based Sandler Training. “Jennie’s comprehensive understanding of our core values and customer base is extensive. She truly has a gift of developing people.”
 
Prior to joining Sandler Training, Ms. Hobbs held managerial positions in the field of Human Resources and Training & Development at Life Care Centers of America and US Xpress.
 

A longtime resident of Chattanooga, Ms. Hobbs earned a management and marketing degree from Baylor University and a Master’s Degree in Adult Education from the University of Central Oklahoma.

Ms. Hobbs, a certified Strength Finders Coach and True Colors trainer said “I have seen a lot of training curriculums in my lifetime and Sandler’s is the strongest to which I’ve ever been exposed.  I am honored to be teaching others such powerful and proven processes.”


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