Myths about Crotchety Specifiers

This should be helpful for sales reps wondering how to win the trust and business of specification writers:

CSI Webinar: Care and Feeding of Your Specifier

November 29, 2- 3PM ET
Speaker: Nina Giglio, CSI, CCS, SCIP
Credit: 1.0 AIA LUs, 1.0 PDHs  
Cost: Member: $75.00, Non Member: $95.00

Working with a specifier can be a challenge; this session will explore the importance of understanding what a specifier can do for a project and that they are so much more than a necessary evil. We will dispel common myths about the crotchety specifier and provide tools for developing a working relationship that will benefit the entire process.

Specifiers have been the knowledge managers for projects for years, writing a specification is only the product that they produce. Being able to check boxes in a data base, or being able to word process in the most current program does not make someone a specifier. We will compare the many hats that a specifier wears and how best to work with them.

This webinar will benefit design professionals and project managers who are working with specifiers to assist the team in producing a better project. This session will also help facility managers and owners to understand the role of a specifier, and how their input is vital in the development of a project.

Learning Objectives
  • Identify what the specifier will bring to the project team.
  • Compare what a specifier does and their software tools.
  • Develop tools for working with a specifier.
  • Analyze project stages that should include the specifier.
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