By Ashley Reyes
Building teamwork and influence begins with having a genuine interest in others. By gaining insight into your own attitude, opinions and thoughts, you can create the change needed to achieve your goals, improve performance and inspire and motivate your team.
To help up-and-coming leaders in the automotive aftermarket achieve the mindset and skills to reach new levels of success, the SEMA Future Leaders Network (FLN) is hosting its Professional Development Program, May 11–12, at the SEMA Garage in Detroit.
Held in conjunction with the renown Dale Carnegie Institute, the program will give participants the skills to:
- Communicate professionally and confidently in business situations.
- Engage others by building rapport, asking pertinent questions and listening.
- Build relationships and deal effectively with people in a multitude of scenarios.
- Gain cooperation and influence people, including direct reports, laterally and upward.
- Use emotional controls to sustain success.
Young industry leaders age 39 and under will come together in a small-group setting to reflect, learn from each other and gain expert leadership advice from top Dale Carnegie trainers.
FLN members who are selected will receive a 50% discount ($800 cost savings) off the program, along with complimentary hotel accommodations and meals for two days and three nights. Applications close March 10.
If you work for a SEMA-member company and meet the age requirement, this is your chance to gain the confidence and skills you need to reach greater levels of success in your career.
Click here to start your application.