Drive to Success: Diversity is the Key to Driving Dealership Success

Reaching more customers, finding top talent, and building better culture all have a central, key ingredient: diversity. That’s because creating a diverse and inclusive environment where everyone has the opportunity to succeed in the auto retail industry benefits us all. But, doing so has to be an active, intentional effort. The auto industry still has a long way to go to eliminate sexism and create an equal playing field for all, but doing so could bring better team players, more sales, and a better work environment to your dealership. Read more:

1 – How to Promote Diversity and Inclusion in Your Dealership

CBT News: When you bring diversity and inclusion into your dealership, you’re bringing broad experiences, new cultures, and powerful knowledge together to influence your business and the experiences of your employees and customers positively. Learn how your dealership can use listening, understanding, and change to empower everyone for success.

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2 – From Inclusion to Support: How to Build a Better Workplace

NY Times: Building a better workplace means making changes that impact everyone. Supporting diversity takes allies, outreach, and solving issues through powerful discussions. Hear what participants of the New Rules Summit had to say about recruiting and retaining team members, building culture, and more.

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3 – Eddie Hall III Receives Cox Automotive and NAMAD Rising Star Award

Cox Automotive: Cox Automotive, in partnership with the National Association of Minority Automotive Dealers (NAMAD), awarded its Rising Star Award to Eddie Hall III, general manager at The Hall Automotive Group in Royal Oak, Michigan. Learn about Eddie’s accomplishments to the automotive industry here.

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4 – Ally and NAMAD Recognize Emerging Auto Dealership Leader with the ‘Ally Sees Her’ Award

PR Newswire: Read about the Ally award dedicated to recognizing inspiring women leaders in the auto retail industry and celebrate Ally Financial and the National Association of Minority Automobile Dealers (NAMAD)’s recipient, Amber L. Martin of Martin Management Group in Bowling Green, Ky., of the second-ever Ally Sees Her Award. Amber’s dedication to giving back to her community and her leadership in promoting the next generation of minority dealers helps inspire other auto industry professionals. Ally will make a $10,000 donation to two organizations she selected: the Western Kentucky University Foundation and the Equal Justice Initiative.

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5 – Women Now Hold Three Top Spots at NY Dealer Association

Wards Auto: Women now hold three of the top leadership posts at the Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association. With a strong focus on educating qualified manufacturers and recruiting more women into the auto retail industry, the association aims to meet the changing needs of the market with a more diverse workforce.

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