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Young Automotive Group University

T  he Young Automotive Group is investing in the foundation of its success-its people. With a keen awareness of the importance of a strong team, the Young Automotive Group has created Young Automotive Group University. This unparalleled employee training program aims to foster growth and create consistency throughout the Young Automotive Group. Consisting of nine dealerships and Rocky Mountain Raceways, the Young Automotive Group is training every employee throughout the organization to develop to his or her fullest potential.

The foundations of the training include time management, communication and personality types, accountability, and leadership.

"One of the ways that I measure business success is by developing people and witnessing their success and growth. I enjoy building teams that can do great things," says Spencer Young, Young Automotive GroupPresident.

Through its manager training program, Young Automotive Group University has trained more than 70 managerial level employees. The program includes round-table workshops as well as weekly individual coaching.

"Through continued expansion and growth, we are developing the leadership capable of taking on new assignments and responsibilities. We are also able to successfully integrate those who join us so that they can continue a successful career within the Young Automotive Group. We are providing a culture of ascension throughout the organization," says Jeff Taylor, Young Automotive Group University Director.

"One great benefit resulting from Young Automotive Group University is the ability to move salespeople, managers, and staff between dealerships. The elimination of silos contributes to the company culture being consistent throughout the organization," says Taylor.This interactive training is not just for upper-level executives. Rocky Mountain Raceways, in West Valley City, has begun educating its part-time employees on the foundations of Young Automotive Group University, focusing on customer service. "I have never had this type of customer service training at a part time job. I hope that the skills I learn here will help me progress in my future security career," says Keith, a first year event staff team member. "We are one of the only tracks in the country to make this investment with our staff. Having Young AutomotiveGroup University and Jeff Taylor available makes our facility and operation better," says Mike Eames, Rocky Mountain Raceways General Manager. "Our product is cars, trucks & service. But our business is taking care of people - our customers and our employees," says Taylor.

YOUNG AUTOMOTIVE GROUP UNIVERSITY

Young Automotive Group University's mission is to provide opportunities for growth and development to every employee of the Young Automotive Group. Young Automotive Group University knows that by helping employees develop professional, leadership and personal skills, it will benefit both our employees and theYoung Automotive Group.

Young Automotive Group

 

 T  he Young Automotive Group started as Olsen Chevrolet Oldsmobile in 1924 in Morgan Utah and expanded into the Layton, Utah area in the early 50's. The Young Automotive Group is now a fifth-generation family business, representing nine dealerships in northern Utah and southern Idaho, as well as Rocky Mountain Raceways in West Valley City, Utah. While the Young Automotive Group grows, the focus continues to be on providing value and service to our community, customers and employees.

 

Think Young Commitment

 

 Trust & Loyalty

The Young Automotive Group is a family. We treat each other and our customers with loyalty and trust.

Work Together | Rise Together

The Young Automotive Group fosters a culture of growth, ascension, and cooperation.

Engage & Support

The Young Automotive Group is focused on giving back to the communities that surround us.

Value

The Young Automotive Group provides the best value to our customers through our extensive inventory and experienced team members.

 

Program of Personal and Professional Development