The University of Aftermarket has concluded its registration for this year’s Leadership 2.0 series, according to a press release.
Conducted through Northwood University, the series is aimed at mid-level to upper-level management seeking to improve their skills.
Topics that are covered as part of the course include a look into industry research and market analysis; live discussion surrounding the light vehicle and heavy-duty aftermarket; competitive strategies; communication skills; contract negotiations; conflict resolution; organizational culture; cyber-security best practices; insight into supply chain solutions, and more.
The course runs in two sessions, each taking five days to complete. Session I will take place from August 20 through 24 at Northwood University's Midland, Michigan, campus at the Sloan Family Building, with session II’s location having yet to be announced.
Those under 40 attending the series are also invited to a YANG (Young Auto Care Network) regional meet-up taking place at the 810 Cinema Drive Holiday Inn in Midland, Michigan.
“Professionals searching for direction and guidance on how to become a better leader, develop enriched communication, people skills, assess improved cyber-security, and supply chain, sales management, and organizational culture techniques should attend this series,” said Dr. Thomas Litzinger, executive director of the University of the Aftermarket and the industry chair for aftermarket education at Northwood University.