Tomorrow's AM & IMI People Conference aims to help automotive executives strip away some of the misconceptions of working in the industry and provide insights into attracting and retaining the best employees.
An expert panel will tackle issues such as whether a flexible workplace would make the sector more appealing to a wider range of people, workforce diversity, graduate recruitment and the younger generation.
Managers need to gain an increased understanding of their own characteristics and the impact it can have on others before they can begin to lead effectively, according to a mentor whose clients include coaches of top performing US elite sports teams.
People are a business’ best asset; they can give the company the advantage it needs to leave the competition standing and can be a game changer. That’s the message at this year’s AM and Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) People Conference which launches today.
Advice and case studies from the AM & IMI People Conference on creating a people culture, measuring the return on your training investment and attracting young people and graduates to a professionalised motor retail sector.
Dealers can achieve a high return on investment (ROI) from targeted training, but non-targeted training that’s merely a box-ticking exercise will not give good results, according to IMI return on investment manager Dr Paul Spear
TWO days of insightful, engaging content that Automotive Management LIVE is known for whilst enabling our audience to connect with the full range of suppliers to motor retail, learn and share industry best practice, and discuss how to prepare for the future of motor retail.