Shows & Events

WHY PERFORMANCE REVIEWS DON'T WORK—NEW MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES AT NATIONAL EDUCATION CONFERENCE

The SEMA National Education Conference, scheduled April 10–11 in Nashville, is a concentrated, two-day leadership program developed exclusively for automotive specialty-equipment executives. With the knowledge shared at this conference, you'll discover how to lead your company to new levels of success. You'll receive real-world skills for immediate application, targeted information presented specifically for the automotive specialty-equipment industry and inspiration to make the necessary changes to more easily and effectively meet the challenges of a rapidly changing future.

Performance reviews are this industry’s most ineffective personnel practice. Garold Markle, a founding principal of Energage Incorporated, a consulting firm based in Marietta, Georgia, introduces the replacement of traditional evaluations with a system that changes behavior, improves motivation, increases promotions, decreases turnover and minimizes legal exposure.

Thursday, April 10
10:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Speaker: Garold Markle
Title: “Catalytic Coaching: A Performance Management System that Works”

For more on NEC, please visit www.sema.org/nec.