Dealing with conflict can put a strain on the everyday activities of a dealership and keep it from reaching its full potential.
It’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking that if people just did things your way, everything would be better. The reality is that you may change people for the short-term, but it’s not a long-term fix.
We can’t change people or situations, but we can change how we react. Sara shares comments on understanding personality types and motivators so you can better handle difficult situations.
In this podcast brought to you by Yanmar, Sara Hey, VP of Operations and Development at Bob Clements International, explains what contributes to conflicts and what you can do about it.
The Rural Lifestyle Dealer podcast is brought to you by Yanmar.
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