with Dan Stalp of Sandler Training
Tuesday, April 28, 1:00-3:30 pm
As a professional speaker, much of our “identity” may be tied to this one role. Therefore, when we don’t get hired or we are rejected in any way, we tend to take things “personally.”
The key to a healthy self-esteem is to separate our “roles” in life from our “identity” as an individual. It is important to see ourselves as much more than our roles in life, rather than being defined by our roles.
During this interactive session you will discover:
- The difference between our identity and our roles.
- What roles many of us have.
- How to allow our self-esteem to dictate how we respond in our roles – and not vice versa.
- What behaviors can help us improve our identity.
- What attitudes can help us improve our identity.
He co-founded the award-winning employee benefits firm of Dessonville Boler Wood & Stalp in 1993. He remained with his firm until October of 2005, when he joined Sandler Training.
Dan began his training in the Sandler Training method in 1995 and experienced first-hand the transformation it had on his attitudes, behaviors and selling skills with his prior business and now as President of Sandler Training.
He is well involved in the Kansas City community. He has been honored with several awards including the Kansas City Business Magazine “Top Growth” award, the Center for Spirit at Work “Top Small Business” award, Citizen of the Year for TLC for Children, Kansas City Small Magazine “25 Under 25 Small Business Award” (honoring outstanding companies with fewer than 25 employees), the United Way “Unsung Hero Award,” Ingram’s Magazine “40 Under 40 Award” (recognizing leaders in business under age forty), the “Kansas City Neighborhood Hero Award” and the “Kansas City Citizen of the Month."
Dan is blessed to be a mentor with the Helzberg Entrepreneurial Mentoring Program. He is asked to be interviewed on numerous panels and radio programs concerning sales, sales management and leadership. He has co-authored two books “The Reunion” (2011) and “Another Reunion” (2013) about pursuing a life of significance rather than success in one’s life. He also writes a monthly sales advice column called “Sales Coach” in Kansas City Business Magazine.
Date: Tuesday, April 28, 1:00-3:30 pm
Location: Sandler Training, 10955 Lowell Avenue, Overland Park, KS 66210
Cost: NSA-KC Members $25, Guests $35
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