Spring Training 2014

COMPLIMENTARY WEBINARS 
SPRING TRAINING
FOR RESIDENTIAL PROS
4 WEBINARS in 4 DAYS

Monday, March 24, to Thursday, March 27, 2014
Hit a sales home run by attending our free training series.

2:00 PM ET | 1:00 PM CT | Noon MT | 11:00 AM PT
Following the live webinar, all registrants will receive via email a link to the recorded version.
View selected sessions live or on-demand 24/7


TO REGISTER: Please use the checkboxes below to select the webinars you wish to attend. Enter your registrant information in the fields on the right side of this page. You will receive an email confirmation upon successful registration. Your registration provides access to the webinars you select and to additional Spring Training content.

 

How to Avoid the 5 Biggest Sales Mistakes in 2014


MONDAY, MARCH 24 – Sales and Marketing
How to Avoid the 5 Biggest Sales Mistakes in 2014

Rick Storlie, New Home Sales Coach
 
The Anatomy of Award-Winning Exterior Design


TUESDAY, MARCH 25 – Exterior Design
The Anatomy of Award-Winning Exterior Design

Stephen Gidley, Stephen C. Gidley Inc., Darien, Conn.
 
Increasing Your Value by Sharing Design Trends

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26 – Kitchen/Bath Design
Increasing Your Value by Sharing Design Trends
John Morgan, Morgan Pinnacle in Glyndon, Md.
 
Measuring Sustainability by Performance, not Points

THURSDAY, MARCH 27 – Sustainable Design
Measuring Sustainability by Performance, not Points
with Fernando Feldman, Scott Nyborg and Judy Rachel

 

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