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All ADM Blog Posts Tagged 'management' (565)

NADA Convention Invitation

Mark Tewart will be having four workshops at the 2009 NADA Convention in New Orleans. Mark and Tewart Enterprises Inc will also have a booth at the convention and we would like to invite everyone to stop by the booth and attend one of the workshops. We will be honored to discuss how we can assist a dealership or speak with anyone in the industry about possible partnerships and affiliations.



Tewart Enterprises Inc offers the following dealership services



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Added by Mark Tewart on January 6, 2009 at 6:30am — No Comments

Is your Internet Department like a Bank?

Is your Internet Department like a Bank?



Is your Bank getting robbed??



Why is it dealers allow their Internet sales department to disregard valuable leads?



Ask yourself:

Do you know what the process is in your Internet department for each lead that comes in?



Is each and every lead being handled in a proper and timely manner?



Internet departments benefit when Internet leads are treated by employees like a… Continue

Added by William Phillips on December 29, 2008 at 8:00am — 3 Comments

Live By Process or Die By Process: A Message To Management

Dealers/General Managers and General Sales Managers, this is where the accountability starts: You and Process. I've not yet entered a store where the Internet business excelled despite management (ok, for more than one month). Heading into 2009, you must understand all of the fundamentals, be able to speak to the critical points with ease, know your vendors along with holding them accountable and stay up on what's happening in your store as well as outside.



The opportunity to hide… Continue

Added by Gary May on December 17, 2008 at 9:51am — 4 Comments

Are You Part Of The Problem...Or The Solution?

This is an agnostic question. You can be a dealership employee, a manager, a senior manager, general manager or dealer. The question is the same for everyone because it's important for accountability. Everyone has had to cut lately and it has hurt, likely a hell of a lot. Nobody in their right mind should tell you to do otherwise in any context.



Now, are you cutting too much? History will be able to tell you rather than you hearing it from me, your ad agency, another consultant, your… Continue

Added by Gary May on November 12, 2008 at 10:48am — No Comments

Fear is Your Great Indicator to Take Action

Fear is the great indicator that wealthy and successful people use as a sign that it is time to push through and get to the other side where their expansion lies. Unsuccessful people, who are assured to never have wealth or happiness stop every time they get afraid. All people experience fear, it is how you respond to it that ultimately makes the difference in your life.



Successful people are willing to push through, even when they are uncomfortable. Unsuccessful people use fear as… Continue

Added by Grant Cardone on March 3, 2008 at 12:56pm — 3 Comments

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