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Hiawatha Implement, Hiawatha, Kan. Over $75 Million in Revenues

Hiawatha Implement generates a break-out performance on sales, return on assets and absorption from the 2-store dealership, incorporating a mentor management style and pride-building facilities.
Larry Roeder had a newly earned Master's Degree in economics, no retail experience and a passive investor when he purchased a farm equipment dealership in 1981 in Hiawatha, Kan.
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2018 Dealership of the Year: Greenland Equipment

Taking a Unique Approach to Managing

Arther Lepp, General Manager of Greenland Equipment (Farm Equipment’s 2018 Dealership of the Year), shares insights on his unique management style. He believes in balancing proactive, direct management and allowing employees the freedom to grow. This has led to better results not only for individual workers, but for the entire dealership.
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People and Profits: Professional Development: How to Be a Better Coach: Part 2 of 2

Discover how active coaching can be a vehicle that drives performance and accountability in your dealership.
In Part 1 of this two-part article, we discussed the purpose of coaching, how effective coaching strengthens accountability and how asking “coaching questions” challenges people to own and expand their capacity.

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People and Profits: Professional Development: How to Be a Better Coach: Part 2 of 2

Discover how active coaching can be a vehicle that drives performance and accountability in your dealership.

In Part 1 of this two-part article, we discussed the purpose of coaching, how effective coaching strengthens accountability and how asking “coaching questions” challenges people to own and expand their capacity.


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People and Profits: Professional Development — How to Be a Better Coach: Part 1 of 2

Discover how active coaching can be a vehicle that drives performance and accountability in your dealership.
A coach’s job is to foster one-to-one relationships that challenge people to rise to higher levels of competence and responsibility. This article will discuss three key characteristics of an effective coach.

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