• T3 = Teaching + Training + Tutoring

  • "Your future is created by what YOU DO TODAY, not tomorrow"

The Company

T3 Engagement & Sales Development (T3), located in Langley BC, Canada, started in July 2012 and is primarily engaged in the Performance Development and Motivational Coaching of Sales Teams, Management Teams, Financial Services Office Teams, Fixed Operations Teams, and Portfolio Management | Internet Departments | Client Relations Centres (CRC). In addition, T3 provides their own Client Relations Centre, Management Support & Relief Services (for Holidays and Temporary Coverage) and we also Facilitate and Host many different types of Dealer Sale & Performance Coaching Events.

We have had the opportunity to work with many different OEM's (Acura, Audi, BMW, FCA {Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram, ProMaster}, Ford, GM, Honda, Hyundai, Jaguar, Kia, Land Rover, Lincoln, Mazda, Nissan, Toyota & Volkswagen) and Dealerships across the Country and our tried and tested system, "The T3 System", has been proven to be very successful.

The T3 System is based on many years experience in both the Automotive and Client Service Industries and has helped many people become better today than they were yesterday.

Even if your Business is not involved with the Automobile Industry, we would still like to have the opportunity to work with you because at T3, we believe in progressing a little bit further each day and we want to assist you and your people in becoming the best YOU that you can be!

What they are saying...

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    Peter explained the importance of presenting the Lease Option every time and in simple terms - everything about Peter’s presentation is great
    - General Manager / Partner, Bannister Honda

    Lease Development Workshop

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    I liked learning about the leasing info and staying positive and motivated - Peter has very positive vibes and made it very easy to understand the info - he is very passionate about the business and you can tell that he genuinely cares
    - Sales Consultant, Varsity Chrysler

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    Peter provided us with some great tools today - his knowledge and prompt answers to everyones questions was amazing and you can tell that he enjoys doing what he is doing - it shows through his enthusiasm and genuine approach to wanting to help us grow - lots of engagement - all was great
    - Sales Consultant, Courtesy Chrysler

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    I liked the Best Payment vs The Best Transaction and the Options Review – Peter is laid back but still informative and was able to illustrate what he explained – most lessons are like lectures, but Peter made it more friendly

    Mike Lowe, Sales Consultant, Kamloops VW

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    I liked learning more about the benefits of leasing and the importance of remaining positive - Peter is very concise and easy going - you can tell that he loved engaging us - this was very professionally done - thank you Peter
    - Sales Consultant, Superior Chrysler

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    Every time Peter comes to our Dealership / Group, we see things in a different light and are reminded of the values and practices we try to keep developing! Peter is like the Energizer Bunny with a seemingly endless supply of positivity and energy. I have nothing bad to say about working with Peter and HIGHLY recommend bringing him in for Private Sale Events and Training whenever you feel your Business and Sales Team are in need of a boost!

    Benjamin Coyle, Financial Services Manager, Steve Marshall Ford

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    thank you Peter for using proper terminology and real life stories - I really liked the use of real life numbers and the use of the white board

    Dealer Business Manager - MCI (Central Ontario Region)

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    Peter stressed the importance of presenting the Best Payment / Best Transaction 100% of the time and the benefits of Leasing versus Financing - Peter’s material is clean and easy to understand, his voice is easy to understand, he has knowledge of the subject matter and has work experience to back it up - he also has a positive approach to objections

    Brian Good, Sales Consultant, Centennial Mazda

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    I liked how Peter explained how to diffuse payment and price driven clients and rushy clients - Peter is very hands on and interactive with the audience and he made a lot of jokes - he is also willing to provide support after the presentation - thanks Peter

    Sales Consultant - Agincourt Mazda

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    I liked how Peter talked about slowing down the process with clients and to offer options, to ask more questions and to listen - Peter is very in touch with daily situations that take place in the Dealership - awesome job interacting with the entire group and getting everybody involved
    - Sales Consultant, Varsity Chrysler

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    Peter shared the importance of implementing the Lease Presentation at every purchase consultation – this Workshop was very interactive and Peter has a solid and “real world” knowledge of the Business

    Aaron Fanslau, General Manager, Turner VW

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    Peter kept it simple, he is down to Earth and is very easy to understand - I am confident that I can now convert some 0% Finance Clients to Leasing

    Osward Cheung, Brand Specialist - Clarkdale VW

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What does lack of training or underdevelopment cost you?

  • Did You Know that by investing in training that "Develops" your team towards long and short term goals can also promote great career satisfaction?​
  • Did You Know that a more satisfied Employee or Business Professional is likely to stay longer and be more productive while on your team?
  • Did You Know that 40% of Employees who receive poor training leave their positions within the first year and that they cite "lack of skills training development" as the principal reason for moving on?