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Rethink How to Engage
& Hold On to Your Employees 

Gloria Sinclair Miller, SHRM 

Leadership Pathway: 

Date & Time: Wednesday, December 7, 3pm - 4:30pm 

 *This session will be recorded and available on Dealer Week Online* 

Learning Objectives:  

  • Discover 5 HR strategies necessary to engage and retain your team during these unprecedented times

  • Determine 7 engagement tactics for accessing the right tactics to move forward in your dealership

  • And identify 3 retention steps you can take to give your business a competitive advantage


The last few years have been challenging for all workers and workplaces, yours included. The workforce shortages and the “great resignation” continue to show up in headlines almost daily. So, what does this mean for you and your team? What can you do to make the best of the current conditions and prepare for what’s next?


While there is a lot of focus put on the quest to fill open positions, even more critical to your future is your ability to engage and retain the employees who have survived and stayed. While you have been sprinting to keep up with consumer demand the past few years, the needs and desires of the workforce have been shifting.


The post-pandemic workplace is shaped by advanced technologies, shifting demographics, and the desire for flexibility to juggle work and life. To remain competitive, your dealership must respond to employee needs. It’s time to rethink how, when and where your people do their best work, within the unique requirements of your dealership environment.


During this session, Gloria Sinclair Miller of the Society of Human Resources Management will provide you with innovative strategies and tactics to help your employees thrive in your dealership. During the session, you’ll have the opportunity to draft an engagement and retention plan that will prepare you for success putting what you will learn to work when you return to your dealership.


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*This session meets one of the 2023 Continuous Certification Requirements for Certified Dealers

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