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At 4:17am on January 12, 2016, Harry Kaye said…

Yes Mike!

At 7:01pm on March 28, 2015, Kaan Zoroglu said…

Good to connect Mike

Kaan

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At 11:55am on March 23, 2015, Sandra Kay said…

Hi Mike, Thank you for the welcome. Feel free to share ALL your experiences! I will do my best to be a positive influence on others and their successes!  :)

At 3:11pm on March 18, 2015, Tamara Parker said…

Hello Mike! Thank you so much for welcoming me! I look forward to learning from you and the other members and share my knowledge as well. 

Best regards,

Tamara

At 11:59am on March 18, 2015, Brian Amberg said…

Thanks for the welcome Mike. I hope I can contribute in a positive way.

Best wishes,

Brian

At 7:58am on January 23, 2015, Joe Birch said…

Hi Mike,

Thanks for the invite, I look forward to working with you to support the INSIGHT15 conference.

At 9:51am on January 10, 2015, Jesse M. Tavares said…

Thanks for the invite Mike, I'm proud to have become a part of the automotive sales industry and a part of this awesome resource.  Looking forward to tapping into the vast knowledge and experiences of members like yourself, as well contributing my own, as I grow.

 

At 1:00am on October 27, 2014, Harry Kaye said…

Thanks for the invite. I am enthusiastically looking forward to share all this good stuff with you and others.

Best rgds

Harry

At 2:58pm on July 31, 2014, Danny Quinones said…

Hi Mike, Great page seems very informative. I'll have to take some time and review, ! Thank YOU for the invite.

My Best, Danny   

At 7:05pm on July 23, 2014, Steve Silverstein said…

Thank you Mike for the welcome. Hope to be a valuable addition to this sight!!!

At 6:05pm on July 22, 2014, Cassi Alexander said…

Mike,

Thank you for the warm welcome. I look forward to collaborating with you and others on the automotive industry. I am looking forward to the knowledge I will gain.

At 8:36am on July 16, 2014, Richard Clipp said…

Mike, thanks for the personal invite.  I love your wisdom, and as a fellow trainer, agree 100% that "learning" is a 24/7/365 lifelong event.  Like the famous Zig Zigler said many times, "it's like taking a bath and needs to be done daily."  That's why it's important to connect with many sources of e-subscriptions and start your day with great ideas.  One final thought I like to use from Joe Verde, "the cost of training is far less than the cost of NOT training."

At 9:30am on June 27, 2014, Vince Cecilia said…

Thanks for the invite Mike i am looking forward to the DealerElite experience.

At 5:37pm on June 19, 2014, Shannon Pierce said…
If dealers want to lower their cost... spend it on an in house trainer and let the trainer train. Problem is, as soon as the trainer shows progress the dealer wants to make him a manager and thats the downfall of the whole purpose. Once that happens the salespeople lose the trust they had in progress they were making and their dealer and staff. Managers manage, salespeople sell and trainers need to train. Invest in your people continously andnkeep them sharp. A trainernis a coach, a mentor and teacher. The trainer is to get results in progress, not gross. Get the units and the gross will be there. Dont just train for 30, 60 or 90 days. Train 12 months out of the year. Keep your staff trained. Training is for all employees. From upper management to management and then down to salespeople. Then it up to dealer to hold all accountable fornall training!
At 3:57am on June 6, 2014, Stan Scott said…

Thanks for connecting, Mike. I look forward to developing our relationship. If I can be of any assistance, please don't hesitate to ask.

At 6:43pm on May 30, 2014, Shannon Pierce said…

Hey thanks Mike. Just getting started with this. I am the Director of Training for Jerry's Auto Group in Weatherford, Texas. We have 8 stores that I handle the training for. Work load is huge but it is amazing how just a little group training throughout the week and then followed up with one on one training on an individual basis makes such a differenct. Just this week I have been working with a young man that is new to the business and he is a new Toyota salesman and he had it all wrong. I have been with him one on one and int group training for 4 days. The last 4 days he has sold 5 units. All last month he did not sell 5 units total. The difference is taking the inexperienced and observing their process which is not anything. Then show him the basic process and work with him off and on with the basics and the walk around and deal sheet. How to sell himself, the product and the dealership. WOW.... what a difference the personal touch has made for him and so many here at our dealerships. I look forward to strengthening our relationship and business together. Have a great day.

At 8:26am on May 6, 2014, Roy McClure said…

Thanks MIke... Happy to be here. Looking forward to connecting to some new people in the industry.

At 10:02am on April 29, 2014, Steve Conner @SteveConnerSC said…

Hi Mike thanks for connecting with me I look forward to building quality relationships here on DealerElite!

At 10:29am on April 23, 2014, lance thibodeau said…

Hey Mike thanks for the add and I'm hoping that through different connections that I'll be able to gain some new knowledge and skills.

At 12:25pm on April 2, 2014, Dan Hammond said…

Thanks for the invite Mike. I hope to learn alot!!!

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