Professional Seminars at AED Summit Cover Range of Management Best PracticesCED Magazine
Article Date: 12-01-2010
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Managers Conference sessions, open to all registered attendees, are designed for branch managers, sales managers, rental managers, parts managers and service managers.
The AED 2011 Summit proudly announces the line-up of Managers Conference presentations taking place Jan. 26-28 at the Orlando World Center Marriott. Members are encouraged to register online now at www.aedsummit.com. Special price packages have been developed to make it more affordable to bring multiple managers from the dealership.
Five acclaimed presenters comprise Summit’s three-day program of professional education for dealer managers.
Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2 to 5 p.m.
Isabel Perry presents - Safety ROI: Build a Safety Culture to Reduce Accidents and Costs
2011 is not the time for a cash drain in your dealership. Leading safety expert Dr. Isabel Perry will show you exactly how to improve the safety of your dealership to cut down safety costs and improve your bottom line.
Thursday, Jan. 27, 3 to 5 p.m.
Don Buttrey presents - Sales Professional Negotiation
No matter what part of the dealership you come from, your ability to negotiate plays a crucial part in your ability to manage operations and drive profit. Learn the secrets of effective negotiation in this lively workshop. Don Buttrey works extensively in the equipment industry and understands the needs of dealers.
Friday, Jan. 28, 1 to 4:30 p.m.
Choose from three concurrent management tracks – branch managers are encouraged to attend any session (.15 CEU credit for one 3-hour completed track)
Session 1: 1 to 2:45 p.m.
Session 2: 3 to 4:30 p.m.
Parts & Service Track
Matthew Hicks presents -
Session 1 - Driving Dealership Performance and Profits through Parts and Service
Learn new methods and best practices to drive your dealership’s performance through the parts and service departments in this lively workshop.
Session 2 - Parts and Service: Contributing to Dealer Absorption
The absorption factor is crucial to your dealership’s health – and aftermarket contribution is crucial to the absorption factor. Learn how to manage this important metric to improve profitability. Matthew Hicks is with Currie Management Consultants.
Rick Farrell presents -
Sessions 1 & 2 - In Sales? Stop Selling
Sales people should stop selling, presenting, answering objections and closing and should instead play the role of a "change agent." Central to this presentation is the concept that salespeople have to adopt a "CEO mentality." Rick Farrell is President of Tangent Knowledge Systems.
George Keen presents -
Session 1 - Obeying the Rules of Rental
Identifying the benchmarks of a profitable and successful rental operation – with emphasis on return on equity, assets and commitment.
Session 2 - Keep It, Fix It or Flip It
Managing the rental fleet, maintenance expectations, age and retention, developing a fleet rotation that creates good used equipment, and customer loyalty.
George Keen is with Currie Management Consultants.
Proposed New Members
Arrow Material Handling Products
Kansas City, MO
Ditch Witch of Tennessee
This list is published each month as required by AED bylaws. Comments on the applicants should be directed to AED President Toby Mack at 800-388-0650 ext. 326 or email@example.com.
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