reENERGIZE: Learn How to Hire and Motivate a Top Sales Team at MSCA19

September 4, 2019

Join us for this year’s MSCA19 educational conference, October 13—16 in Colorado Springs, CO. Carl Herman, Director of Operations at University of Houston’s Sales Excellence Institute and senior professor, as well as lead instructor at MSCA’s Sales Masters program, brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in motivating and training the next generation of salespeople. He will delve into the value of “dashboards” that encourage peer pressure and healthy competition. Carl will demonstrate benefits of focused training of the sales process and explore the hiring process and the qualities to look for when hiring salespeople. In addition, he will open your eyes to the value of incorporating a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system in your company.

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In this month’s Beyond the Classroom video, @u_nebraska senior, Ali Brown shares her perspective on entering the mechanical contracting industry and emphasizes the importance of business and human resources.

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MCAA’s manufacturer/supplier @HarrisProducts a company of Lincoln Electric Company, became a vital partner to contractors as they fulfilled demands at medical care centers and alternate care facilities for COVID-19 treatments.

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Marelich Mechanical Company, Inc. this summer employed seven summer interns and new-hire project engineers from Northern California MCA student chapter programs.

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Join John Koontz and Paul Stynchcomb as they address the Critical Path Method (CPM) schedule as an essential management tool construction team members when it comes to completing an on-time and financially successful project. Register today; http://ow.ly/LMHk50AfHiK.

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