Ashley Farmer Joins Sandler Training

Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Ashley Farmer
Ashley Farmer

Sandler Training announced that Ashley Farmer has joined its team as client services specialist. 

Previously, Ms. Farmer worked at BlueCross BlueShield as a customer service expert. She is a graduate of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga with a business marketing degree.

At Sandler, she is responsible for making sure everything runs smoothly, from on-boarding new clients to supervising the Sandler online component, to facilitating office administration for the firm.

“Ashley plays a key role in our commitment to continue to provide the personal attention our clients deserve and have come to expect,” said Lisa Nausley, owner of Sandler Training.  “That commitment has been central to the success of our clients and the growth of our firm.”

Sandler Training has a network of over 600 trainers and consultants across the globe. It serves businesses of all sizes with short- and long-term programs that offer continuous coaching, training and support for management, sales and customer service professionals. David Sandler, considered one of the most innovative trainers in America, developed this novel philosophy of “reinforcement training.”

Programs include executive coaching, teambuilding, customized corporate training conducted on a company-by-company basis, as well as training held at Sandler that brings together professionals from a variety of industries. The curriculum combines instruction in management, sales and customer interaction and other fresh strategies with strong emphasis on human relations and psychology, ranging from addressing attitude, behavior and techniques to developing a more successful way to manage and communicate with others.


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