Last Chance to Register for OFDA Dealer Sales ‘Boot Camp’ Program
On April 25-26, OFDA will again offer its highly acclaimed “Dealer Boot Camp” training program developed with input from dealer members who share a common need and challenge: to quickly, successfully and cost-effectively “on-board” new sales representatives. This third presentation of our two-day interactive workshop will be held at the Double Tree Chicago O’Hare/Rosemont Hotel. Debbie Junge, President of Junge + Associates, will again present this popular session.
There’s still time to register and to confirm your space in our ‘Boot Camp’ program, but you must do so by April 9th. We invite you to identify and register 1 or 2 of your most promising sales/new business development team members who have joined your dealership within the past 12-18 months, or others who may be moving into a new business development function within your company.
Participation will be limited to the first 18 participants who register, so we encourage you to complete the attached form today to ensure participation of your high-potential new sales team members. OFDA has reserved a hotel room block at the Double Tree O’Hare-Rosemont Hotel, which offers guests free shuttle service to/from O’Hare International Airport. OFDA has negotiated a special $149/night room rate for program participants.
Debbie Junge of Junge + Associates – a highly experienced consultant with substantial sales and operations management experience in leading dealerships – will again deliver this timely workshop at a special group rate for OFDA members. She has a strong track record in working with dealerships of all sizes and using various business models to help them improve sales and other key business processes.
The program is expressly designed to fill in the significant gap between product-related training offered to dealers by their primary industry manufacturers, and training dealerships provide to new employees regarding their specific business strategies, goals, processes and policies. Debbie will share key elements of the industry’s collective “tribal knowledge” – practical information on the “who, what, where, how and why” of the industry sales process – which new sales people joining our industry typically acquire piece-meal by trial and error. This workshop provides a well-structured, interactive format ideal for adult learning and a comprehensive binder that contains in-depth training information to which each participant can refer during and after the session.
Please review this comprehensive outline of the workshop’s content and register or confirm your intent to register by April 9. For more information, visit OFDA's Boot Camp website and please direct questions to Chris Bates at email@example.com; Tel: 703.549.9040, x 100.