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Automotive Management Live 2017
Automotive Management Live
Emotional intelligence profiling could help employers manage workplace stress, writes Tim Routledge, chief experience officer, Experience Insight
The forthcoming EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) may radically change dealers' digital interactions with customers. They need to be ready.
While many general managers and dealer principals come from a sales background, the aftersales department isn't often effectively monitored.
Autonomy is coming, and the industry’s biggest manufacturers are already putting the building blocks of the technology in place.
With 2016 a record year for car registrations, it’s probably fair to say that the industry is booming.
We will each have our own style of management, but it’s important to recognise that research shows 42% of people leave jobs because of a bad manager.
There has been a lot of adverse publicity around Personal Contract Purchase in recent months, much of which is technically incorrect and some of which is blatant journalistic sensationalism.
Doubt has been cast over the UK motor industry ahead of the General Election today, with the majority of businesses in the sector finding it increasingly difficult to fill job vacancies.
Brexit continues to provide a confusing state of affairs for car dealers.
To win back work from independents, dealers should do everything to focus consumers' minds on expertise rather than expense.
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