The Coalition of Automotive Management Professionals (CAMP) with Bob Greenwood, Bill Haas and Brian Gillis [RR 633]
Remarkable Results Radio Podcast
Bill Haas, AAM, is the owner of Haas performance consulting LLC, with 40 years of experience in the automotive service and repair industry. Clients have access to Bill’s solution-based focus, expertise, unique perspectives and in-depth knowledge of the industry.Bill began his career working part-time at a full-service gasoline station in Appleton, Wisconsin. His career includes time as a technician, shop owner, technical trainer and on the staff of the automotive industry’s oldest and largest association representing automotive service and collision repair businesses. While at the association Bill had the opportunity to work with all segments of the industry.His knowledge of the industry has been shared on many occasions as he has been invited to speak at numerous industry events as well as providing testimony at hearings of the US Congress and several state legislatures on important legislation and regulation affecting the automotive industry.Bill received the Accredited Automotive Manager (AAM) credential from the automotive management institute in 1996 and has been a member of the automotive management institute’s faculty since 2002.Bill is also the business manager for NACAT, the North American Council of Automotive Teachers. His services include business management seminar development and delivery, keynote presentations, business consulting, performance coaching, and strategic planning facilitation. Listen to Bill’s previous episodes HERE.Bob Greenwood, AMAM (Accredited Master Automotive Manager) is President and C.E.O. of Automotive Aftermarket E-Learning Centre Ltd. (AAEC). AAEC is a company focused on providing Business Management Resources and Development for the Independent Sector of the aftermarket industry. AAEC content and technology is recognized as part of the curriculum of the Fixed Operations Diploma and the Aftermarket Degree courses taken at the Automotive Business School of Canada at Georgian College located in Barrie Ontario Canada. This school is the leader and only college in Canada that offers an automotive business education. AAEC is also recognized by the Automotive Management Institute (AMI), located in North Richland Hills, Texas USA, allowing 80 credits for successful completion of the AAEC E-Learning portion of the site towards the 120 credits required to obtain the reputable Accredited Automotive Manager (AAM) designation.Bob has over 40 years of Business Management experience within the Independent sector of the automotive aftermarket industry in North America, consulting Independent retail shops on all facets of their business operations. His 18 years of running his own local consulting and accounting firm in Ottawa, Ontario Canada created some of the most productive and financially successful entrepreneurs within the Independent sector today.Bob is one of 150 Worldwide AMI approved instructors. He has created Business Management development courses for aftermarket shop employers/managers, Jobbers and Jobber Sales representatives which are recognized as being the most comprehensive, industry-specific courses of their kind in North America. His courses address the creation of measurable bottom-line profitability and not just developing activity to keep busy, by covering the very detailed nuts and bolts issues that are required to be clearly understood by every level of the industry if an independent shop is going to financially prosper and enjoy a professional future. Bob’s previous episodes are HERE.Link to Automotive Aftermarket E-Learning Centre Ltd. (AAEC) HERE.Brian Gillis is the Chief You Net Results Strategist, with 25+ years experience in auto shop operations, hiring, recruiting, systems, processes, multi-store experience, and employee training. Brian’s previous episodes are HERE.Key Talking PointsCAMP- Coalition of Automotive Management ProfessionalsStarted with a brainstorm 2 years ago- a casual get together with trainers at Vision 2019Shops should spend time with like-minded people, peer network with each other- coaches need the same As of March 2021-Legal entity Group of like-minded individuals that want to move the industry forward- find the shops that need help and make sure they receive helpKeep the consistency of message in the industry Business coaches also need to be adapting and improving Automotiveprofessionals.orgImportant takeaways Multishop ownership vs single shop ownership- you don't need multiple shops to be successful to stay relevant or a victim of consolidation Have a life outside of the businessAverage of 5 bay shop- missing between $25-30,000K net profit per bay per yearHaving a coach doesn’t mean you’re out of the business- owners want to be able to enjoy working on their business and still being a part of itWhy are we afraid to help others? There is no secret, it’s time to help people move forward Thanks to Bill Haas, Bob Greenwood and Brian Gillis for their contribution to the aftermarket’s premier podcast.Link to the ‘BOOKS‘ page, highlighting all books discussed in the podcast library HERE. Leaders are readers.Listen for free on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spreaker, iHeart Radio, Spotify, Podchaser, and many more. Mobile Listening APP's HEREFind every podcast episode HERE.Every episode is segmented by Series HERE.Key Word Search HERE.Be socially involved and in touch with the show:Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Youtube Email Join the Ecosystem - Subscribe to the INSIDER NEWSLETTER HERE.Buy me a coffeeThe NAPA Smart Sign, previously known as Digital Menu Board, gives your shop a professional, state-of-the-art look and feel. It’s a great way to educate and inform your customers about needed repairs and service, plus increase awareness of your current promotions. 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Jay Haas, Bill Haas, & Jerry Haas | Jake's Takes Podcast
Jake's Takes Podcast with Peter Jacobsen
In this week's mega-episode Peter chats with three members of one of golf's finest families - the Haas family! Jay Haas (43-year PGA TOUR member), Bill Haas (14-year PGA TOUR member and 2011 FedExCup Champion), and Jerry Haas (Wake Forest University Men's Golf Coach).
Bill Haas and his destiny to become your next U.S. President.
Whole 'nother Story
St. Louisan Bill Haas believes that it's his turn to become your next U.S. President in November. Kevin Killeen caught up with him to talk about his campaign.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
WMQ&A Episode 63: Daddy, where do cons come from? (With Miranda Powell and Bill Haas)
WMQ&A by WMQ Comics
In anticipation of their big Camden Comic Con panel with Gerry Conway ("Amazing Spider-Man"), Larry Hama ("G.I. Joe") and Louise ("New Mutants") and Walter ("The Mighty Thor") Simonson, Dan and Matt talk with Miranda Powell and Bill Haas, two of the organizers of the show, about how it all comes together. Recorded at Secret Origins Comics & More in Barrington, New Jersey.(Reminder: Camden Comic Con is 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. April 27 at the Athletics & Fitness Center at Rutgers University in Camden, New Jersey.)
RR 287: Bill Haas – Millennials – How to Lead and Engage This Generation
Remarkable Results Radio Podcast
NOTE: Bill Haas presented a two-hour seminar on the Millennial generation at ASA CARS at AAPEX, in November 2017. He was so kind to share with you an abridged version. Bill is a great friend of the podcast and brings his research and wisdom to you in an episode that can become a quintessential blueprint for hiring and engaging Millennials in your business. Bill Haas, AAM, is the owner of Haas Performance Consulting LLC, with 40 years of experience in the automotive service and repair industry. Clients have access to Bill’s solution based focus, expertise, unique perspectives and in-depth knowledge of the industry. Bill began his career working part-time at a full-service gasoline station in Appleton, Wisconsin. His career includes time as a technician, shop owner, technical trainer and on the staff of the automotive industry’s oldest and largest association representing automotive service and collision repair businesses. While at the association Bill had the opportunity to work with all segments of the industry. His knowledge of the industry has been shared on many occasions as he has been invited to speak at numerous industry events as well as providing testimony at hearings of the US Congress and several state legislatures on important legislation and regulation affecting the automotive industry. Bill received the Accredited Automotive Manager (AAM) credential from the automotive management institute in 1996 and has been a member of the automotive management institute’s faculty since 2002. Bill is also the business manager for NACAT, the North American Council of Automotive Teachers. His services include business management seminar development and delivery, keynote presentations, business consulting, performance coaching, and strategic planning facilitation. Talking Points. (Listen to the episode to receive the essence of these high level ‘cliff’ notes): Millennial Expectations: 74% expect to get paid more 61% expect a flexible schedule 56% expect a promotion within a year 37% expect state of the art technology Seven Essential Elements to Enhance Employee Retention: ONE: Pay a competitive Wage TWO: Fair and effective management THREE: Benefits FOUR: Training FIVE: Empowerment SIX: Recognition SEVEN: Opportunity and challenge Seven Simple Questions Employees Ask Themselves ONE: Do you know me. TWO: Do you understand me? THREE: What can you do to help develop my skills? FOUR: When do you think I am worth a raise? FIVE: Do you care about what I think? SIX: Can you appreciate my effort? SEVEN: Am I respected? A leaders job isn’t to do the work, it is to provide the environment where the work is done Be socially involved and in touch with the show: FacebookTwitterLinked InEmailEventsSpeaking This episode is brought to you by Federal-MogulMotorparts and Garage Gurus. With brands like Moog, Felpro, Wagner Brake, Champion, Sealed Power, FP Diesel and more, they’re the parts techs trust. For serious technical training and support – online, onsite and on-demand – Garage Gurus is everything you need to know. Find out more at fmmotorparts.com and fmgaragegurus.com