Michael Rees

 A World of Training
  www.aworldoftraining.com


Michael Rees, as President of A World of Training, is a hands-on, results-oriented leader with a comprehensive successful background in RV and automobile sales, management, training and overall dealership operations. Working all aspects of management (F&I, Sales, GSM and General Manager), he moved back to England and became a Partner in a new and used car dealership, taking it to #1 in the nation. Since returning to the U.S. in 2000, he has been dedicated to training others to succeed, and has helped hundreds of dealers nationwide to become more successful themselves. Michael has written several articles for magazines such as Auto Dealer Monthly, RV Executive Today and RV Business. He is also a regular workshop speaker at the annual RVDA and various State conventions – he invariably speaks to a full house due to his captivating topics and lively presentation style.

SPECIAL SESSION: M Cubed - Measuring, Moving and Managing: How to Measure Three Key Performance Indicators, Move These Numbers to Improve Performance and Manage These Numbers for Sustained Growth

Thursday, November 8
9:00 - 10:00 a.m.


Co-presented by: Michael Rees, A World of Training and John Spader, Spader Business Management

During this co-presented workshop, Michael and John will cover key topics for improving your business. First, John will show attendees how to access the correct numbers for three critical performance indicators that have direct impact on growing businesses. Michael will explain how to install processes to move these numbers in order to positively impact your business. Together, John and Michael will share tips on how to manage and motivate managers and other key employees to continually monitor and improve these numbers.

During this workshop, attendees will learn:
  • How to extract important measurables from their DMS and/or monthly management accounts
  • The importance of these numbers and the impact they have on their business
  • How to have a positive effect on these numbers, and how to maintain them through managing and motivating