Personal development key to improving fleet managers’ standing, says ICFM
Personal development can improve the standing of fleet managers and fleet itself within businesses, according to Paul Hollick, chairman of ICFM.
Speaking at last week’s ACFO Spring Seminar (27th March 2019), Hollick provided an update on the organisation’s programmes and told delegates that fleet management had changed in recent years, with the skills required now “far more strategic”.
He said: “Paperwork is outsourced and the skills required are strategic and transformational – be curious, creative, and imaginative and continue learning, which is what ICFM is about.
“Businesses want to employ ICFM-qualified people in their fleet teams. They give businesses improved insight and networking and a return on investment by thinking in more depth around topics. ICFM coaches and drives fleet people to think outside the box.”