Every new and young technician today have a lot more shops to choose from. Let’s face it, there is a lingering issue of the technician shortage. If you are a business owner, what do you need to do to attract and/or retain talented individuals that possess the ‘right stuff’.
If you are a business owner, how would you attract an employee? What are the things you would do to improve your shop and make it as attractive and organized as it could be? Dan Gilley will bring light to decisions addressing the best interests of the would be future candidates/employee of a shop. Dan Gilley is the President and CEO of RLO Training.
In this episode, you will understand the utmost priorities needed by shop owners to address the how to attract the right kind of employees and what are the necessary tactics in order to keep them. As Dan would say, it’s either you attract them or repel them. Is it just for the paycheck or the team?e candidates/employee of a shop. Dan Gilley is the President and CEO of RLO Training.
Dan Gilley is the owner and president of RLO Training. Dan has a great understanding of the challenges of the aftermarket industry, and with thirty years experience, he has a great appreciation of what it takes to truly continue on a path of progress and gain a remarkable vision of the future.
Dan has helped hundreds to achieve high levels of success through his training, coaching, and Bottom-Line Impact Groups peer support network. Dan encourages shop owners and their teams to achieve their personal and professional bests, and today he will challenge us all to take another step in achieving our goals.
Dan began his automotive career when he was fourteen. He gave up his lawn care company to work at a gas station when he turned sixteen just to be around cars. He worked as a technician and a service advisor during his college years and bought his first gas station at age 22. For the next twenty years Dan was challenged as an independent auto repair shop owner. He
realized that he needed to learn as much as he could and attended seminars, business schools, workshops and anything else that would help make his businesses a success. That’s when the passion for the automotive industry developed.
Dan became a member of the Bottom Line Impact Group and took his company to a new level. In 2003 Dan joined the RLO team as a full time instructor and coach. His zeal to transform the automotive industry is apparent in his enthusiasm for helping others improve all aspects of their businesses. He continues now as president of RLO Training to take the automotive industry forward into a successful future.
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