Posts Tagged ‘Vision Training-Expo’

RR 211: Judi and Dana Haglin from Haglin Automotive

Husband and Wife Team Keeps Careful Watch on all Details of their Business.

Judi and Dana Haglin work together so well because they say ‘They are opposites’. Each of their own passions help drive their successful business. Haglin Automotive, a twelve bay shop in Boulder, CO, was recognized in 2015 as Motor Age Top Shop of the Year. They continue to look for ways to improve their systems and marketing that will give them a competitive advantage.

The Haglin’s are all about team and culture and share many great ideas and insights on marketing, training, and stress relief. They share their rules for finding harmony in their personal and business relationship, their core values and their top strategy to corral new customers.

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RR210: Service Professional Round Table -O’Neal -Winters -Bohnert

Ever Thought of Creating Training Videos of your Standard Operating Procedures?

Jeremy O’Neal threads his wisdom as a service adviser trainer and shop owner. Service Manager Jeremy Winters shares his company’s strong culture, and Jason Bohnert talks about his Used Car Dealership.

Episode topics include the power of systems and processes, documenting your SOP manual in video form, the power of a strong business culture, human behavior assessments, and how tough it is to hold an employee accountable if you haven’t given the proper training or great processes.

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RR 208: Business Coach Round-Table -Greenwood – Haas – Barrett

Three Aftermarket Business Coaches Affirm that Shop Owners Need to Become the CEO of Their Company

Join Bob Greenwood, Bill Haas and Barry Barrett as they bring a thoughtful and lively discussion on the need for business owners to make an important step and find the professionalism and become the CEO of their company.

They say it is not easy and requires training and support from their peers and even a business coach. Most importantly is the need for an accountability partner or mentor. Business is tough today and shop owner need an enormous amount of help to transfer from a trade mentality to a professional environment.
Business consultants are the cheapest employee in the business, they say and touch on family, wife, leadership, competitors, making errors, and getting out of the way of your people and let them do their job.

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RR 207: Gonzo’s Tool Box Part 2

Scott Weaver from Superior Auto Electric … the world knows him as Gonzo from Gonzo’s Tool Box.  He is published every month and shares his brand of knowledge and humor on ‘Gonzostoolbox.com’.  No doubt if you earn your living on the service side of the aftermarket; you’ve either been to his site, read his articles…

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RR 206: Technician Round Table Part 1 -Heipp – Landry -Fanslow

Illuminating Discussion with Technician Round-Table

Join this recorded session from Vision 2017 with Bob Heipp, Peter Landry and Matt Fanslow, (above) as we tackle the value of training and why networking is so critical at these events. These guys were straight up and expressed their feeling on engaging with your peers and instructors, developing relationships from around the country, and the sheer admiration that they have for technicians that continue to learn and grow within the industry.

Invest in understanding how these three professional technicians look at the industry, especially the commitment to perpetual training and for creating a better and sustaining aftermarket.

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RR 204: Vision 2017 Leadership Round Table Interview

Recorded at Vision Hi-Tech Training and Expo 2017 Joining me in my Vision 2017 studio are: Sheri Hamilton the Show Manager and the executive Director of ASA-Midwest Vision co-founder Jerry Holcom form S & S Service in Kansas City Co-Chairman Ron Haugen from Westside Auto Pros in Des Moines, IA Co-Chairman James  Copeland from  Midwest…

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RR 202: Bogi Lateiner and the Chevy Montage All Female Build

Bogi Lateiner creates an exciting opportunity with the 1957 Chevy Pick-Up Montage All Female Build.

Her mission is to create a learning opportunity for women interested in exploring the trades, and ultimately help attract new people to the industry.

Through the build project women from all over the country will be building the ’57 Chevy Truck that will be unveiled at SEMA 2017.

The episode takes you into Bogi’s world, her mission and passion with the project and a lot of behind the scenes on the project and how you can get involved.

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