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Fix Network welcomes first graduates of its Leadership ProgramInitiative aimed at unlocking team’s potential and building future leaders

Fix Network, the global leader in automotive aftermarket services, announced October 26 the successful graduation of the pilot group of its Leadership Development Program, aimed at setting the bar for leadership capabilities and transforming how the company achieves its mission.

The program’s carefully curated curriculum used evidence- based research and behavioural principles that enabled our participants to solve real-world business challenges during their nine-month journey. Workshops are combined with internal expertise and industry professionals to create an immersive and impactful experience. The diversity of participants came from nominations across the organization which fostered collaboration and a community of thought leaders.

“Professional development remains the top priority for the company,” Steve Leal, president and CEO of Fix Network, pointed out. “We are always seeking the next-level change-makers who can inspire and motivate while maintaining a high degree of collaboration within the organization. The program is an excellent opportunity to create a strong cross-functional leadership team of individuals who bring extensive experience from different sectors of our organization.”

Anita Gouveia, Director of People Development at Fix Network, said leadership development will always remain a critical investment for the organization. “Our program was designed with a growth mindset; one that allowed our leaders to improve self-awareness and build on foundational trust,” she added. “The training allowed us to hone the skills for leading teams and executing on results, building a culture that supports innovation, adaptability and collaboration.”

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