One operator discusses her non-linear path to implementing a succession plan.
Good leaders aren’t created equal; they succeed in different ways.
Communication and transparency are key skills in how managers relate to employees.
Like nearly everything in collision repair, the way shop owners lead has changed with the times.
Army veteran Cody Key has developed a dedication to collision repair that has involved earning multiple educational degrees and establishing a path to succession.
Owners and employees alike have roles to play in working toward a shop’s long-term success.
A guide to encouraging teamwork across departments and roles.
Owner Nick Edwards and Culture Ambassador Megan Bridinger from Car Center join CollisionCast to discuss how they've established their organization's culture through core values guiding how they do business and how other owners can do the same.
Shop owners face a myriad of challenges in the modern collision repair industry. Here, a few of them share their advice for how to not only survive those challenges but thrive and grow through them.
An auto body program instructor is retiring, and one of his former students is taking over.
These six steps will help make your shop more resilient.
Toyota repair procedures and repair with Toyota Genuine Parts.
Key industry leaders share their own thoughts, opinions and principles on which they are growing their businesses.
James Rome, President of ROME Tech discusses how collision centers can overcome operational challenges with best practices.
Professional automotive recyclers convene for 78th Annual Convention and Set the Focus on Certification in 2022.
Tap into a decade of industry experience and a network of over 150 other owner-operators.
Experts from across the industry share the books that have had the biggest impact on them.
The best—and most impactful—business advice the country’s top operators have ever received.
Encouraging your team members will pay dividends for your business.
Five visionary leaders share their tips to success.
Data that you can trust to help you repair vehicles in most any condition.
About half of shop owners say they work at least 50 hours per week.
Don’t start your morning on the wrong foot.
Adopt an approach that addresses each generation segment to remain agile and profitable.
To perform a safe and proper repair, shops need proprietary parts and equipment, training, and access to the manufacturer’s repair procedures.