Elevator technicians install and repair escalators, chairlifts, elevators and other electronic transport equipment. Technicians might need to connect electrical wires and make adjustments to braking and control systems as well as motor switches. They also might perform preventative maintenance on elevators and keep service records. These workers typically use testing equipment to troubleshoot problems and must be adept in reading blueprints. Technicians might need to be on call to complete emergency repairs.

Elevator technicians typically need physical strength and stamina as well as strong mechanical and troubleshooting skills. They must demonstrate attention to detail and have the ability to use testing equipment and tools.

  • Use a common language, Framework, and process for building trusted relationships, ensuring you are “invited to the table” as a valued sounding board
  • Build skills at having deeper, more strategic client dialogues to uncover needs
  • More persuasively and proactively position yourself and your team as a continuous source of ideas
  • Use a Relationship Planning tool and methodology for proactive, daily action planning that more effectively leverages time and team resources

Program content is highly customized to more experienced salespeople, their managers, and senior executives

Available through 1 day classroom delivery (Cosine-led or train-the-trainer), online eLearning, one-on-one coaching, or webinar; wide variety of relevant books and support materials to embed and sustain learning are also available.