Masters School of Autobody Management has announced its upcoming schedule of courses:
Leadership, Management and Marketing
April 17-18, 2012
Leadership, management and marketing is the first class of its kind that brings together the three components of success as the name implies. Many books have been written on the three subjects. Masters has connected the dots between all three components of success.
Leadership is sorely lacking in business today. The Masters Research Team has discovered that many “managers” are comfortable with managing (directing and controlling), yet unable to empower people to think on their own with productive results.
Seminar speakers drone on about the importance of “standard operating procedures” and “lean management” techniques, yet very little is ever applied in the real world. Masters helps you understand how to get people to think like you and to perform at the highest level possible while simultaneously respecting your core values in life and in business. A real-world practical discussion of Dave Dunn’s book, "Liquid Amalgam," will be presented by the author himself, Dave Dunn.
Once leaders and managers learn how to be effective in the appropriate disciplines, they can learn to make marketing a natural by-product of the business operation. We must demonstrate that marketing includes “everything” we do. Once your staff learns the powerful effect their own individual behavior has on the ability to dominate the market, they will become your most powerful marketing force.
Bodyshop Management Essentials
April 23-26, 2012 (SOLD OUT)
May 7-10, 2012
June 18-21, 2012
Spend three and one-half days focusing on profit, production and personnel. The market is changing, but fundamental, solid business practices remain the same. Visit a profitable, operating body shop to see the teaching in action.
The Nuts and Bolts of Sales and Estimating
June 22, 2012
This one-day class focuses on two things: maintaining a reliable system to receive cars to write estimates and build your bottom line while maintaining relationships with insurance companies. Using the Masters Forgettables, you will earn your tuition back with the first day of estimates.