Toronto, Ontario — The Canadian Collision Industry Forum (CCIF) has moved Collision Repair columnist Stefano Liessi’s CCIF Toronto workshop to main conference programming due to popular demand, the organization announced Thursday morning.
Liessi, an I-CAR trainer and lead consultant for Canadian Collision Repair Specialist, was set to deliver “Enslaved by KPIs,” a limited-access workshop on Feb. 1. The session will now take place as part of the regular conference programming, beginning the morning of Feb. 2 at the Delta Hotels by Marriot Toronto Airport and Conference Centre.
Liessi is on the docket to cover topics like navigating corporate ideology from a non-corporate approach; the valid application of KPIs; how the compiled data we use to calculate the KPI in the collision industry is far removed from the accurate application of KPI tracking; the dissolution of the illusion of a partner, and much more. More details can be found on CCIF’s event page, here.
A new workshop, “Creating a Culture of Execution,” will be conducted by John Cox, business services manager for AkzoNobel, on Feb. 1, beginning at 4 p.m. EST.
“Have you ever left a conference full of good ideas of what needs to be done only to get back to your business and find yourself in the same spot months, maybe even years later? Knowing what needs to be done is one thing—knowing how to get it done is a whole other game. It requires clarity of vision, accountability of team members, and ultimately the commitment to execute,” reads the workshop description.
Space for the workshop is limited and demand is high, said CCIF in Thursday’s email blast.
A networking reception will follow the two-hour workshop.
For more information on CCIF Toronto, click here.