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Improving Africa’s Financial Services Is Key to Unlocking Africa’s True Commerce Potential

Improving Africa’s Financial Services Is Key to Unlocking Africa’s True Commerce Potential

An immense potential Africa holds an immense potential for commerce that has not yet been unlocked yet. The low penetration of banking accounts among the …

How To Maintain Your Online Presence During Unknown Times

How To Maintain Your Online Presence During Unknown Times

Maintaining your social presence is key during times like these.  More important now than ever, is to make sure to keep your brand positive, though…

Phone Scripts Still Work. Stop Excusing Poor Phone Skills.

Phone Scripts Still Work. Stop Excusing Poor Phone Skills.

There’s more to a quality phone script than just words written down for your dealership to follow. A quality phone script aims to help coach your dea…

KPI Cafe Season 6: All Things Fixed Operations

KPI Cafe Season 6: All Things Fixed Operations

I've never been more excited to launch a season of the KPI Cafe than what we'll release starting on Friday, July 10th. We are going to have a robus…

Personalization for dealer websites

Personalization for dealer websites

What is everyone doing to better personalize your dealer website for each visitor? Interested in feedback on what approach to personalization has worked…

Are We the Cause for Removed Managers?

One of the keynote speakers for DSES 19, Clint Pulver spoke in detail about the types of managers we encounter. One of those managers is the “removed” manager. The one that can wreak chaos on your dealership. A few years ago I wrote an article “Top Reasons to Avoid the Coin-Operator State of Mind: Machines Don't Have Emotions” the idea that executive management can in many ways set the tone for their managers. That tone, if not managed in an effective way can and will cause for turn-over. 

More importantly, as we have to cultivate a new culture, one that attracts the right talent - it is imperative that we manage our managers effectively - where we are responsible for curating an environment that fosters creativity, leadership, and growth. 

How have you restructured your management style to be in alignment with your team? 

 

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