More than just technical training

October 2016
Auto Body Repair Network;Oct2016, Vol. 55 Issue 10, p26
Trade Publication
The author discusses how the Discover Leadership program helped his companies, Able Body Shops and Total Truck Accessory Center, located in Anchorage, Alaska developed its company culture. Topics covered include the author's experience of attending Discover Leadership in January 2016, the diverse group of people who attended the training, such as stay-at-home moms and corporate chief executive officers, and his decision to send his employees to Discover Leadership program.


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