Creating your dealership’s next generation of leaders can be a daunting task, regardless of your resources. Coupled with the ongoing labor shortage, it’s more important than ever to keep and grow your key staff into capable and confident leaders.
When Mike Burnett, learning and development manager at Empire Southwest, was first hired at the company 9 years ago, he encountered the attitude that many dealerships have toward leadership development.
Any conversation about a functional equipment industry that sells product to farmers must include workforce development, simply because the agriculture industry is such a niche of the overall power equipment industry.
It’s not uncommon for farm equipment dealerships to seek to expand their reach by opening new stores across their region or even throughout the country. However, doing so successfully requires hiring quality employees who can support that growth
Born in the early days of the Great Depression with an idea to improve efficiency of the period’s steel-wheeled tractors, Yetter Manufacturing Co. Inc., has survived and thrived for more than 90 years by identifying problems and building solutions for its farmer customers.
Last month I wrote about the difference between a used equipment manager and remarketing manager. I am not sure I can do justice to both with just one article, so I will spend some time looking at what the used equipment manager does and what kind of person is needed.
Built on 90 years of expertise, Yetter Farm Equipment leads the agriculture industry in designing effective and innovative equipment for residue management, seedbed preparation, precision fertilizer placement, harvest attachments, strip-tillage, and more.
Machinery Scope offers premier risk management tools for farm equipment. We provide timely, personalized, and flexible solutions to protect more farm equipment investments than anyone in the industry. We add value and peace of mind when you are buying, selling, or managing your farm equipment by offering extended warranty plans.