Jeff Creech Testimonial

for the PRESS PLAY Training Series

What big idea will you take away from this Training Series:

“Asking more questions, set goals.”

 

submitted in class – 9/28/13

Jeff Creech is a Technician for an HVAC Independent Contracting Company called Grand Oaks Heating & Cooling located in Foristell, MO. Jeff Creech was kind enough to provide the wonderful video testimonial from above about  his experience at one of Service Excellence Training’s classroom training events. Having a training that boosts sales confidence and skill in the field is a vitally important aspect of a successful independent contracting company.  That type of training is exactly what tech, Jeff Creech, felt that he got from his experience at this training series.  This is what he had to say about his experience as a technician,

“Taught me to ask questions and get the client’s input instead of giving them my input.”

Here at Service Excellence Training, we love hearing excitement and motivation from our techs, like Jeff.  The entire Service Excellence Training team is devoted to helping you and your team turn your learning into earning!

Jeff Creech also provided the Service Excellence Training team with insightful written answers about his experience at our training event.  These statements will explain the big idea that Jeff will take with him from the training series, the aspect that he liked most about the training series, and they will answer why he believes that other HVAC, plumbing, and electrical independent contractors should use Service Excellence Training to train their team and what big ideas as well as enticing aspects other independent contractors will get from attending, one of Service Excellence Training’s classroom training events:

What big idea will you take away from this Training Series:

“Asking more questions, set goals.”

What did you like most about this Training Series:

“It will change my attitude and my life.”

The PRESS PLAY Training Series

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