What's the Value of Signing Up to Attend the Pre-Conference Workshops at MDCE?
Tuesday, October 28, 2014
Posted by: Lindsey Johnson
If you’ve already
registered to attend this year’s Marine Dealer Conference and Expo,
congratulations! You’ve done most of the heavy lifting. Now it’s time to sign
up for MDCE’s Pre-Conference Workshops, seven all-new, never-before-held and
intimate educational offerings scheduled for Monday, Nov. 17 that give marine
retailers access to hands-on training with leading experts in areas that have
the biggest impact on their businesses.
This is an
incredible opportunity to take your conference attendance to the next level!
Workshops are the meatiest part of MDCE, and they represent the best means for
you to dig into the core issues that comprise a dealership’s financial and
operational success. They’re longer and more in-depth that the Educational
Track Sessions, and they’re more interactive. So be prepared to get your hands
dirty and dive in head-first!
Don’t wait to register; the Pre-Conference Workshops were extremely
popular at last year’s conference, and they’re likely to sell out fast! Here’s a quick
run-down of this year’s workshop topics:
Culture = Cash | by John Spence
Realize what it takes to build and sustain a dealership culture that delivers
• Back to Sales Basics |
by Sam Dantzler
Brush up on fundamentals to improve sales results and generate increased
Don’t Flunk This Test |
by Bob McCann & Lisa Buller
Score your dealership’s digital footprint and learn to boost online results
Shooting and Editing Boat Walk-Through
Videos | by
Discover tips for shooting and editing walk-through videos on a trailerable
12 Steps to Protect Your Family and Your
Business | by
Tom Deans, Ph.D.
Kick off the all-important conversation about succession planning
Build a Service Dream Team |
by Valerie Ziebron
Examine key HR elements necessary to create an outstanding service department
The Path Forward for Young Professionals |
by Tom Deans, Ph.D.
For more information and to
register for Pre-Conference Workshops, click here.
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