Dew’s mission to help sales professionals crush their goals—and love their work—is the basis of Skillway’s approach.
A specialist in relationship-based selling, Dew honed her skills in the finance and mortgage industry, both as a top producer and a branch manager. As a national sales trainer for Wells Fargo, she educated and motivated thousands of salespeople across the country.
Dew has been a full-time sales coach and consultant since 2011, delivering game-changing results for hundreds of clients. She has spent over 5,000 hours in one-on-one coaching sessions and now primarily works with CEOs, multi-million dollar producers, and the Skillway team of coaches. Dew also shares her expertise and positivity as a guest speaker at seminars and keynotes nationwide. She has blogged at www.salescoachdew.com since 2012.
In 2017, Dew founded Skillway with her husband, Shane Tinnin, to develop tailor-made coaching and consulting solutions for sales professionals and organizations seeking to build relationship-based businesses. To find out how Skillway can help you CRUSH your sales goals and love what you do, contact us today!
More about Dew:
Dew grew up in Hopkins, MN (a suburb of Minneapolis) as the 7th of 8 children. She married Shane in 2004 and has a grown stepson, Spencer. She’s an avid reader and loves to travel (especially anywhere near a beach). Shane and Dew have lived in Nashville since 2011.
In college (Concordia University), Dew served as the ambassador of Hopkins and Minneapolis as the Raspberry Festival Queen and Aquatennial Princess (and yes, she still has her crowns! ).
“Every great saleswoman needs a champion in her corner. Dew is my champion. My drive to become a top-performing salesperson is never done. I can always count on Dew to provide feedback on my sales skills and systems to sell more, faster. Since partnering with Skillway, my revenue has grown 50% year over year.
***For all you bad@$ saleswomen, you can be even more of a bad@$! Believe it! (or Dew will show you how!)”
Sales Director, Elevate Services