Steve Saltzgiver: “That kind of leadership training is something that I’ve never gotten in fleet management in all my career. We’ve mixed the old with the new.””
As a fleet professional, your time is valuable. Your day-to-day is crazy as you try to complete work orders, create purchase orders, run reports, and do a hundred other little things to keep your fleet vehicles on the road.
So, when do you have time to work on yourself, and develop your career skills?
You likely don’t. But there might be an easy way to do it.
The Fleet Success Summit, March 21-22, in Las Vegas, is a new and unique fleet event. In just its second year, this conference isn’t about running around the Expo Hall collecting freebies, or sitting in countless roundtable sessions about the logistics of fleet management. This is about you!
The Fleet Success Summit is focused on giving fleet professionals the leadership, business, and technology skills they need to advance their own careers and help their fleets succeed.
A two-day event, it features 12 speakers, including some notable and respected names in fleet, such as:
- Tim Ammon, VP of Business Development, CESO
- Marc Canton, Head of Product, RTA Fleet
- Al Curtis, Fleet Services Director, Cobb County
- Craig Grabow, U.S. Marine Corps
- Maria Neve, VP of Electrification and Sustainability, Wheels Donlen LeasePlan
- Don Osterberg, former Schneider National executive
- Mike Pitcher, former CEO, LeasePlan USA
- Steve Saltzgiver, Fleet Success Ambassador, RTA Fleet
- Josh Turley, President, RTA Fleet
In addition to these respected fleet leaders, Christine Rogers, the President and COO at Aspireship, and Sam Bradford, the Director of Personal Development at Dutch Bros., will inspire you!
The Fleet Success Summit is focused on the Four Pillars of Fleet Success: Stakeholder Satisfaction, Intentional Culture, Resource Efficiency, and Risk Management. Each speaker will talk about a topic related to one of the pillars.
Some of the presentation topics include how to get more production out of your technicians, how to get your leadership team to set the example for your risk management program, how to ensure your team knows your fleet’s purpose, why your risk management program should go beyond accidents, how to build a culture of caring, and more.
“That kind of leadership training is something that I’ve never gotten in fleet management in all my career,” says Steve Saltzgiver. “We’ve mixed the old with the new.”
Fleet Management Weekly president Ted Roberts attended RTA’s Fleet Success Summit in 2022 and said, “I was impressed by how seamlessly RTA’s Four Pillars of Fleet Success were explained and underscored by a carefully chosen group of experienced, accessible fleet leaders — leaders who listened closely to the concerns and challenges of the fleet professionals who were in the room, and then offered actionable insights.”