article was published in the February 2024 edition of NTEA News.
Generation Next gives new industry professionals support in developing skills
and building peer relationships in the work truck industry. If you’ve been part
of the work truck industry for less than 10 years and would like to enhance
your networking and professional development opportunities, consider getting
involved with Generation Next. To learn more, visit ntea.com/generationnext
and take advantage of these offerings during Work Truck Week 2024.
Next Leadership Workshop & Networking Reception: Leading Through Change
is constant and people tend to recoil from it. But driving needed change and
navigating unplanned change are vital skills that help stoke the vibrancy of
any organization. Change happens much more easily and efficiently when our
people climb aboard. Learn the keys to leading your team successfully through
- 4 ways to create a culture that
responds positively to change
- 5 reasons we resist change and how to
overcome each one
- 6 leadership tactics to ensure the
best possible response when presenting change to your people
- 12 strategies enabling you to steer
your team through change
- 3 ways to get buy-in
session is not included in any registration package. It is available for
purchase separately at worktruckweek.com.
the Board of Governors
Next’s Board of Governors will be at NTEA Booth 3401 Thursday, March 7, from 10
a.m.–noon. Stop by to say hello, connect, ask questions and learn how to get
for more details.
is free to employees of NTEA member companies who are new to the work truck
industry (less than 10 years of service). Members represent all spectrums of
the industry — from small and large companies; distributors, manufacturers and
industry-related suppliers; with job titles from technician to sales
representative, manager to president.