11/21 - Ask an Expert Series - "Why should I get Certified?" with Richard Louttet
Come and join us in the first of our new monthly series, “Ask an Expert”, a new interactive space where your questions drive the conversation.
This month's topic is, ‘Why Should I Get Certified? Identifying a Top Performer and How to Become One,’ with Richard Louttet, Director of Education and Certification at the Canadian Professional Association*.
The dynamics of how we conduct business and close deals have changed radically over the years, along with the knowledge, tools, and skillset to be successful in sales. Are your sales skills up to par according to business experts?
Learn more about why getting your sales skills certified will differentiate you from other professionals, set you on a road to success, and keep recruiters looking at your LinkedIn profile.
Some of the questions covered in our first session include:
- What are the benefits of getting certified?
- I'm a natural-born sales professional, why do I need to get certified?
- How will getting certified help me accelerate my performance at work?
- How can I leverage my certifications when applying for my next job?
Got a question of your own?
Submit it to email@example.com before November 21st 2017.
You've got questions, we’ve got answers.
Limited capacity - RSVP TODAY to secure your spot!
*About Richard Louttet:
Richard has been a leader in the education sector for more than 16 years. With a proven track-record of developing and delivering high-quality learning experiences across a wide variety of market segments and occupations, Richard’s career has had a particular focus on implementing innovative learning technologies and bringing new educational programs to market. He was previously Director of Professional Education Programs for York University’s start-up of a new School of Continuing Studies and prior to joining York University, Richard worked with CSA Group, first leading their eLearning programming and later Learning Product Strategy for all Educational Services offered by the organization.
Richard holds a Masters of Education in Educational Technology from the University of Calgary, a Post-Graduate Diploma in Adult Education from the University of British Columbia, and a Bachelor of Commerce in Management Economics from the University of Guelph.