Sandler Training In Chattanooga Recognized As Top 10 Team Worldwide

Wednesday, September 6, 2017
Sandler Training in Chattanooga has been recognized as a top 10 Sandler franchise worldwide with the presentation of the Pinnacle Award. From left, Chattanooga team members Tara Etter, client services manager; Lisa Nausley, owner and CEO; Elaine Merritt, vice president of Training and Development; and Dan Nausley, president.
Sandler Training in Chattanooga has been recognized as a top 10 Sandler franchise worldwide with the presentation of the Pinnacle Award. From left, Chattanooga team members Tara Etter, client services manager; Lisa Nausley, owner and CEO; Elaine Merritt, vice president of Training and Development; and Dan Nausley, president.

Sandler Training, the largest training organization in the world, has recognized the Chattanooga firm as a top 10 Sandler firm worldwide with the presentation of the global network’s Pinnacle Award. There are more than 600 trainers/coaches in the U.S. and internationally. 

“When we launched Sandler’s Chattanooga training center 10 years ago, our dream was to help business owners, organizational leaders and sales professionals find greater purpose, fulfillment and reward," said Lisa Nausley, owner and CEO of Sandler Training in Chattanooga.  "This incredible honor is a testament to that dream. I am so grateful for the dedication of the worldwide Sandler network, our amazing Sandler Chattanooga team of coaches, and every client we have the pleasure of serving." 

“It is such an honor to be named as a top 10 Sandler franchise in the world," said Dan Nausley, president of Sandler Training in Chattanooga. "It really does reflect our Chattanooga team’s deep commitment to the success of our clients. We want to see every one of them fulfilled in business and in life, and this is the focus of everything we do at Sandler.”

"The commitment of the team at Sandler Training in Chattanooga to serve their business owners with high quality training, personal mentoring, and a history of results is exceptional, and it shows in their success,” said Dave Mattson, CEO and president of Sandler Training’s worldwide network. "The Nausleys represent what David Sandler stood for, 'continually make people successful, and they will be customers for life.' 

“I’m proud of their efforts and know they will continue to empower their clients to become stronger, more confident leaders and sales professionals.” 

Ms. Nausley opened Sandler Training in Chattanooga in 2008. Her background includes nearly 30 years of management, sales and customer service experience. Mr. Nausley, who previously served as president of the Chattanooga Times Free Press for 15 years, has nearly 40 years of experience in management and business development.



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