Since 2004, we have led an effort to help companies increase sales, develop their executives and improve the workplace. We have been at the forefront of coaching and training and development.


Our Mission

To provide best-in-class sales and leadership development programs and coaching to our corporate and individual clients.  Our team's exceptional blend of psychology, business acumen, in-the-trenches senior sales leadership experience and coaching allows us to understand your company's unique management and sales challenges and formulate custom programs to address those needs precisely.  

I have enjoyed my coaching sessions with Ann Marie. With Ann Marie, I feel I can discuss and share challenges and frustrations that I face at work. . . Having Ann Marie to simply talk things through has been great! I asked her to give me more feedback, give me her counsel and allow me to benefit from her experiences which she has done. Again, not only being a sounding board but also offering up strategies and approaches has been valuable.
— EVP, Community Bank
Clients of SalesLabs were very pleased when Ann-Marie joined our sales coaching team. She followed our process but also displayed the creativity to adapt her service to the personal needs of each sales manager she coached. She became a trusted advisor and preferred source because she cares, is curious and knows her stuff.
— Nic Reade, SalesLabs CEO
Ann-Marie’s motivational coaching methods helped me to gain the confidence necessary to realize my potential and increase my sales. I enjoyed working with her and would recommend to others that want to hone their skills to increase sales.
— Financial Services Sales Executive


  • Prepare for leadership roles
  • Manage change
  • Plan for succession
  • Better align executive development with business goals
  • Develop greater Emotional Intelligence
  • Improve coaching skills
  • Develop highly engaged teams 
  • Develop High Potentials
  • Increase communication & resolve conflict
  • Partner for increased influence
  • Improve decision making