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Cynthia Hiskes is the Chief People Officer at Cars.com.
Diversity

Why the Automotive Industry Needs Diversity

Diversity continues to be a hot-button topic across many industries including automotive. You don’t have to look very far to find insights addressing this important...
ambassadors

Five Ways to Turn Customers into Ambassadors for Your Dealership Brand

What is more powerful than well-drafted ad copy, video content, or a social media post about your dealerships discounts? You may be surprised to...
F&I

When Slow Times Can Actually Help F&I

Downtime. No deals. Few ups and just not a lot of activity. Tumbleweeds blowing through the lot. This is every dealer’s nightmare scenario. It...
software

The Next Ten Years: Transitioning from Hardware to Software

To anyone who’s tinkered with a car lately, it’s clear that the cars of today are not the same as those our forbearers drove....
automotive research

What’s Going on With Trump and Tariffs

President Trump’s race to make America’s economy great again pretty much stalled from the word “go” largely thanks to the Commander in Chief’s own...
Brian Benstockvideo

Brian Benstock on What it Takes to Drive an Award-Winning Dealership

Coming off of a record-breaking 2018, Paragon Automotive became the highest volume dealer to take home the Precision Team Award for Acura and the...

Confirming and Destroying Stereotypes

Every customer has a stereotype about the car-buying experience. It's on you to confirm or destroy that stereotype. Saturday Morning Sales Meeting with Jonathan...

How Customer Perception Can Impact Your Service Department

On this week's episode of the Weekly Tune-Up, Almog Veig of David Lewis & Associates talks about customer perception and how it impacts the...

Getting on Your Customer’s Wavelength

On today's episode of Kain and Company, David shares some ideas he has to help you sell more cars by connecting with your customer...

Toxic Achievers

On today's episode of Hard Truths, Dave Anderson goes over the types of "toxic achievers" that you may have in your staff and holding...