Whether you're a veteran or a rookie, Joe Cunningham's renowned courses are the perfect tool for companies looking to train their staff to push the company to even greater heights. He'll inspire your technicians/plumbers by making them more comfortable selling those big ticket items that really separate the big companies from the ones just treading water. And he'll give your managers effective techniques to motivate coworkers to perform better.
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About Joe Cunningham
Joe Cunningham, founder of Successtrack Network, was one of the industry's first Million Dollar Men, singlehandedly selling in excess of one million dollars worth of HVAC equipment per year in the highly competitive Houston, Texas market in the 1980's.
Joe went on to develop sales and marketing programs for the industry's major manufacturers and distributors. He was a co-developer of the acclaimed Texas Tough program and was a major contributor to Carrier's Value Added Sales and Service program receiving national recognition for these groundbreaking projects.
Joe was also a key distributor and training program developer and trainer for Retrotec Infiltrometer Systems and helped introduce many contractors to solving whole house problems, helping them to consistently set themselves apart from and outsell their competitors on a regular basis.
Joe was President of the country's most highly acclaimed HVAC training facility, Future University. He produced and directed the first ever nationally televised training series for the HVAC industry, was involved in the first wave of industry consolidation, has developed proprietary training programs for the HVAC, Plumbing and IAQ industry, is Strategic Training Ally for the major manufacturers and is one of the service industry's most respected professionals.
Joe's step by step, easy to implement processes and procedures have helped thousands of contractors nationwide increase their sales, develop new markets, maximize their opportunities and grow their businesses in any economic climate.