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Find Time to Lead

 

 

As a manager in a dealership, in any management position, you need to find time to lead and develop your people.  But how do you find time in your hectic day to lead?

Many days I'd go home wondering what I accomplished that day.  Such is the nature of the manager position.  Prioritization is key, and in this clip we talk about how you can schedule opportunities to lead.

How do you engineer time to develop your team?  Have you found keys to identifying leadership opportunities?

Mark Rask

it is tough….I find myself being way too reactive

R. J. James

BAM!!! Making time to DEVELOP your People (REALLY HARD WORK) is the KEY to Success: Employee Job Satisfaction, Employee Retention, Better Customer Experience, and More REVENUE in Sales, Service, Parts, and other Business Units.

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