This popular leadership-focused education session format is for dealers who want to take their business to the next level. Five dynamic keynote speakers will go beyond the traditional workshop departments to discuss key topics: leadership, dealership culture, team building and personal and business success.
Friday, Feb. 14 • 2:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m.
How to Stop and Focus on What Matters Most
Erik Qualman, best-selling author and keynote speaker
Using practical research, Qualman showcases the five habits that drive success and happiness for employees, partners and customers in today’s WiFi world. Qualman reveals new techniques (including Positing-It-Forward, Being FLAWsome and other insights) to positively impact and transform your organization.
Saturday, Feb. 15 • 10:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
The Hero Effect: Creating a Culture of Heroes at Every Level
Kevin Brown, motivational keynote speaker and author
Brown shares ideas, strategies and principles that will inspire and equip participants to show up every day and make a positive difference. At the heart of Brown’s message is a simple, yet powerful philosophy for life that drives every thought, every action and, ultimately, every result we achieve both personally and professionally. Motivate your team to reach beyond what is required and do something remarkable!
Achieve greater results by eliminating “ordinary” thinking and mastering the habit of excellence.
Own the moments that matter (and they all matter) by taking responsibility for their attitude, their actions and their results.
Create meaningful relationships and deliver an extraordinary experience for every “customer” at work and at home.
Sunday, Feb. 16 • 10:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
The Shift: Building Next-Generation Enterprises for a Next-Generation Workforce
Seth Mattison, internationally renowned workforce strategist and management trend spotter
Mattison offers a fresh perspective and call to action for leadership mavericks and trailblazers at all levels to begin the work of dismantling the rigid fixed structures holding organizations back from thriving in the new world of work.
Monday, Feb. 17 • 10:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
The Power of Appreciation: Inspire Success, Engagement and Perspective
Mike Robbins, expert in teamwork, leadership and emotional intelligence; author; former professional baseball player
Appreciation is one of the most powerful yet overlooked aspects of successfully motivating and empowering people and teams. According to the latest research in the fields of positive psychology and strengths-based leadership, when individuals and teams put more attention on what is working, instead of focusing on problems and perceived weaknesses, they thrive. Through this program, which is based on the key principles of his book Focus on the Good Stuff, Robbins illustrates how appreciation impacts productivity, morale and success.
Monday, Feb. 17 • 1 p.m.-2 p.m.
Success: It’s on You
Ross Shafer, six-time Emmy Award-winning comedian, writer, network TV host and best-selling author
Too often our team members stall their own growth (and yours) until they get validation and encouragement from their leaders. Shafer will inspire your team to take charge of their own assignments, even when nobody is around to guide them. They will learn to be accountable and responsible to and for themselves.