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Saturday, May 01, 2010

Become a CEO of what?

Folks, it just you. CEO?
By the way, the only publications that rate them are ones they buy adds in. Also note on their website the endorsement is 4 years old. This is the kind of crap they pull.

From Crestcoms own site:
Become the CEO of Your Own Management Training Company
Crestcom, a world leader in providing cutting-edge training solutions, is seeking Franchisees worldwide.

What Crestcom Franchisees Do
For nearly two decades, Crestcom Franchisees have marketed and delivered training in the areas of sales, recruiting, customer service and particularly management skills development. Franchisees are supported in this training by video-based instruction from Crestcom’s Video Faculty, which includes some of the finest management and sales authorities of our time, including: Lisa Ford, Amanda Gore, Dr. Jim Hennig, John Hersey, Tom Hopkins, Bob Johnson, Harvey Mackay, Dr. Terry Paulson, Bob Pike, Nido Qubein, Marcia Steele, John Tickell, M.D., George Walther and Zig Ziglar. Crestcom upgrades and develops new training courses on a regular basis.

Each month, thousands of executives and managers, from more than 50 countries, participate in Crestcom’s Bullet Proof® Manager training. Crestcom training works with all sizes of organizations, from small, local companies to multi-national giants. Crestcom materials are available in numerous language versions.

Crestcom Franchisees come from varied backgrounds, from top sales professionals, to entrepreneurs and corporate executives. Owning a Crestcom Franchise gives you the chance to run your own business, offer world-class training and be a part of a highly-respected, international organization

Top-Rated Management Training Franchise
Crestcom, has been recognized as the top-rated management training organization by numerous publications…numerous times. In 2006, Crestcom received the Exporter of the Year award from a division of the United States Department of Commerce. Crestcom has also received the President’s “E” Award for exporting excellence.

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