Jody is a dear friend of mine and has created an amazing culture at AskPatty.com. I am thrilled to be able to share her knowledge on what it takes to craft world-class culture in today’s business world. While she works specifically in automotive, I believe whole-heartedly that her lessons can apply to any industry. As I say time and again, we’re not in the car business—we’re in the people business. ... Read More!
Kathy Gilbert was honored with a Spirit of Leadership Award during NADA from the Women’s Automotive Association International, and is on the board of the upcoming Women and Automotive Conference, http://www.womeninautomotive.com/, in Orlando, Fl June 26th- 28th. She is very invested and involved with CDK’s women's initiatives and mentoring women leaders. ... Read More!
Dealerships around the country struggle to find innovative ways to recruit and retain top female talent; meanwhile, women themselves face challenges balancing work and home and often have to establish their place in the traditional dealership. It’s a situation that many believe needs to change. ... Read More!
While the EPA does its best to get realistic estimates of vehicle fuel economy, it occasionally needs drivers like you to tell it which cars have the best mileage. ... Read More!
CBTNews F&I Today with Becky Chernek and Jody DeVere ... Read More!
This spring we're teaming up with Sears Auto Center to present a free Car Care Clinic to keep “Women on the Move”, so we're kicking things off with some great must-know car care tips. If you're looking for a little Car Care 101, read on – if you want to learn even more, get to a Sears Auto Center Car Care Clinic on May 21! This spring we're teaming up with Sears Auto Center to present a free Car Care Clinic to ...
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ccording to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, “Despite the prominence of leadership roles, women hold about 25 percent of jobs in the motor vehicle and parts industry as of late 2014.” And according to an Equal Opportunity Commission report, “Women made up just under 21 percent of employees in car manufacturing in the United States, and 16 percent of executives and senior management.” ... Read More!