The Professional Development Program helps aspiring leaders in the automotive aftermarket reach greater levels of success. Sponsored by FLN in partnership with Dale Carnegie, the two-day, in-person program focuses on improving individual and business performance and is available exclusively to FLN members are a significant discount.
"The Future Leaders Network is committed to helping aspiring leaders advance in the industry," said FLN Chair Nick Caloroso. "Partnering with a world-class organization such as Dale Carnegie is just one example of what we are doing to invest in the membership. I've been fortunate to have been able to participate in the Dale Carnegie Training, and I'm excited that other FLN members will have access to the program as well."
The program is available at half of Dale Carnegie's regular fee and includes complimentary meals and hotel accommodations for three nights. (Cost for the program is $1,600 direct from Dale Carnegie.) Participants will also need to arrange their own travel to the event.
The cost for attending this program is $800.
It is available at half of Dale Carnegie's regular fee and includes complimentary meals and hotel accommodations for three nights. (Cost for the program is $1,600 direct from Dale Carnegie.) Participants will also need to arrange their own travel to the event.
The program is limited to 25 FLN members, but any SEMA member aged 39 and under can apply for FLN membership.
For any questions about the status of your application or about applying for 2024, please contact Denise Waddingham at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Future Leader's Network (FLN) provides industry young future leaders with an opportunity to network with other SEMA members in various market segments and influential industry leaders. It also gives you a unique chance to listen and learn, as well as provide the industry a youthful voice to be heard. FLN members are industry leaders who are 39 years of age or younger and are actively pursuing a higher level of professionalism in the specialty equipment market. The current membership roster represents some of the top technology, marketing and sales, operations and executive minds in the automotive industry.