Throughout his career journey from medicine to an MBA, some key themes prevail for Sethi – the desire to serve and a passion to innovate.
After a career on the supplier side of the aftermarket, Tucker shared that working in a program group has been an “eye opener.”
After more than 30 years in the automotive aftermarket, Harris has a lot of inspiration to share.
Norko credits an important mentor in his career as helping him learn the key to being a successful sales professional.
In this episode of AMN Drivetime, Babcox Media CEO Bill Babcox and AASA’s Paul McCarthy discuss a range of topics from first jobs to Biden administration policies affecting the aftermarket.
In this AMN Drivetime podcast with host Bill Babcox, the two CEOs talk about McCollum’s drive to serve others.
For Dave Marsh, turning personal strengths into something of value as a professional is what has guided him in his 32-year career with GM.
It was Vange Proimos’ experience as a tech and shop owner that has informed much of his success as CEO of AP Emissions.
From first jobs crashing a NAPA Delivery vehicle to today leading the nation’s top association for motor and equipment suppliers, Bill Long says he really got his start in this industry on the “ground floor.”
Learning from great leaders is better than anything taught in a book or a class, says Federated’s president.
Hanvey not only shares a little bit about the leaders and mentors who “took a chance” on him at the start of his career, but also shares his most memorable career highlight, sitting down with President George W. Bush.
Judge shares the lessons he learned from his early mentors that he carries with him in his current role.