Learning to S.E.E. (Sell Efficiency Effectively): Key Skills of a Challenger [Run Time 1.08 hr]

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In this session, you’ll learn the three key tools needed to become a sales “Challenger.” These include a compelling value proposition that motivates your prospects to act, a proposal format that makes it easy for your customers to say “yes!”, and a concise financial analysis that presents the proper metrics (rather than the popular ones) to help evaluate the project

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Thanks to Hawaii Energy’s generous support, this training is available FREE*. In order to be eligible for this subsidy, trainings must be watched within 60 days of registration.

*Eligibility Criteria: Hawaii Energy is primarily interested in subsidizing the cost of these workshops for energy efficiency salespersons, architects, engineers, facility managers, property managers, property owners and finance professionals living or working in Hawaii, Honolulu, and Maui counties that are actively advancing energy efficiency projects.  Training will only be available for 60 days of registration. (Details will be provided during the registration process)

 If you are working in a different capacity, a student, currently unemployed and living or working in Hawaii, Honolulu, and Maui counties, we have a limited number of additional conditional sponsored seats available.

Contact us at info@eefg.com or (808) 333-7225 for more information on qualification. All registrations will be reviewed for eligibility within five business days of receipt.

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