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Marty’s looking pretty suave in this promo for his upcoming webinar series.
Ignore the tie, though, and check out what he’s got on offer. Any training you can get from him is money well spent.
Our resident sales expert and unfortunate Bengals fan Marty Grunder has some great deals for fall training and development.
In this series of webinars, you’ll learn how to improve your sales process, plan for 2013 and develop yourself as a leader.
If you want to have a good year, now’s the time to start working on it. Sign up today.
“We had what we thought was a training program and a set of procedures, but until you sit down and evaluate that…. We realized we had inconsistencies with each position because we didn’t have those job descriptions written down on paper. One guy wanted to do the job this way, another wanted to do it another way.”
That’s from Fred Peratt, president of Environmental Enhancements in Sterling, Va., discussing why he decided to sit down and write down what each of his employees did (or was supposed to be doing).
You can read more from Fred and other contractors in our forthcoming August issue.
As the season gets underway, it’s easy to get lost in the hustle of day-to-day operations. You’ve got crews to manage, customers to call back and equipment to fix – and it can seem like there aren’t enough hours in the day.
But if you can get away from it all for an hour, I’ve got a great resource for you to keep yourself focused and motivated through 2011.
L&L columnist Marty Grunder has just announced his 2011 webinar series schedule, and he’s got some great stuff on tap. Want to raise your prices, but aren’t sure how? Want to make your company more productive?
Check out the full schedule of webinars at Marty’s site. The first one takes place on April 28, and they run through November. You can sign up for each one a la carte for $99, or get all five for $375.
Not sure it’s worth it? Check out a webinar Marty and his colleague Joe Calloway did for more than 500 L&L readers a in January on our site. It’s chock-full of great information and advice to keep your business on track and growing in 2011.