In the dealership business, your team’s attitude is crucial. Today’s automotive consumers are smart. They know when you’re being sincere, and they know when you’re feeding them a line of bull.
Dive into this episode with one of the automotive industry’s top experts, Tracy Myers from Frank Myers Auto Maxx in Winston Salem, North Carolina. In this dose of the Dealer Playbook, learn some of Tracy’s key rituals and tips that propel his dealership toward constantly creating a positive work environment for his employees, resulting in a phenomenal experience for his customers. Tracy gives the play by play on how to build a thriving, positive dealership culture.
Keeping your service teams motivated not only creates a better dealership environment, but it sells more cars and repeat services. When you amp up your dealership culture so your staff is genuinely excited about your products, that energy is contagious. Before long, you’ve gained long-term customers who are pumped to be doing business with you.
Tracy is an undeniable expert when it comes to creating a ‘Disney World’ kind of experience for every single person standing within his dealership property, but he’s quick to admit it’s a huge waste of time if your staff isn’t completely on board and proud to be a part of the team efforts..
As a dealer principal or any level of manager, you have the power to directly affect your employee’s work experiences and job satisfaction. Making changes as simple as showing interest in their personal lives and getting to know your team members can have an amazing affect on their attitude and commitment.
If your team doesn’t support your dealership’s message and objectives, all the sales training and product education in the world is worthless.
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