In our current “Digital Age”, we have made great strides in online communication including video chats, screen sharing and online meetings. It is no secret that this type of communication is faster, less expensive and more convenient for most.
With that said, even millennials who are active online still continue to search for in-person connections. This shows that we crave human interaction and understand it is fundamental to life.
Trainers and students alike can respond and react to body language, mannerisms, tone, language, and volume of voice.
A digital learning process has several advantages, such as increased flexibility and the ability to minimize spatial barriers. However, concerns have been raised that the quality of education is not the same. Certain behavioral researchers have found that virtual training and education prove to be less effective than traditional face-to-face learning.
One of the key elements in the in-person learning process is the relationship between student and teacher. Face-to-face interaction adds to the personal element of any type of training or workshop. Trainers and students alike can respond and react to body language, mannerisms, tone, language, and volume of voice.
In-person training tends to leave students with better understanding and recall
Additionally, in-person training tends to leave students with better understanding and recall. It also allows colleagues to interact with one another and create camaraderie. In-person training posses the added value of gaining insight from others and developing social skills.
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So how does Dominion’s equity mining Performance Coaching relate to this?
Dominion’s Performance Coaching takes the face-to-face concept and applies it to the automotive dealership setting.
Dominion’s DealActivator Performance Coaches do not simply walk into a new or used car dealership without first taking the time to prepare and communicate with the dealer. A coach will speak with the auto dealership’s dedicated Equity Specialist, review recent marketing strategies, and calls the dealer to discuss current processes.
For instance, a General Motors’ dealership in Billings, Montana may have a different sales process than one in Downtown LA. DealActivator’s Performance Coaches analyze a dealer’s demographics, employees, tasks, sales-to-service relationships, and more. The coach can then provide that dealer with a streamlined process, specifically designed for their store.
DealActivator’s Performance Coaches have over 60 years of automotive retail dealership experience and use their personal knowledge to better assist our dealers. With everything turning digital, we need to step back and provide personal experiences to ensure our clients’ success.
For more information on how Performance Coaching can positively impact equity mining in your dealership – or for more information on Dominion’s award-winning DealActivator, call 877.421.1040.READ MORE >