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dott. announces upcoming automotive and commercial vehicle aftermarket DEI roundtables

Roundtables will explore the benefits of adopting a “diversity of thought” mindset for businesses, Dec. 14, Jan. 18

Washington, Conn.—Automotive and commercial vehicle aftermarket companies seeking to elevate their businesses through “diversity of thought” can now look to dott., a strategic business consulting and services practice at

Aftermarket organizations and leaders are invited to attend a complementary session in dott.’s ongoing serie­s of Aftermarket DEI Roundtables to connect with peers, share best practices and explore the benefits of adopting a “diversity of thought” mindset in their respective organizations. Upcoming Aftermarket DEI Roundtables are scheduled for Dec. 14 and Jan. 18.

Contact to register for a session and get more information on annual membership to the roundtable.

dott. explained that it was formed to support organizations seeking to elevate people, process and profits in their day-to-day operations. Doing so effectively will help them build stronger organizations, gain competitive advantage, and ensure that their companies and indeed the industry itself remain a “go to” career choice for future generations.

Tammy Tecklenburg, dott. founder and CEO

“Using a variety of top down, bottom up and cross-organizational methods, we focus on helping our clients build diverse teams and stronger cultures,” said Tammy Tecklenburg, dott. founder and CEO. “In our experience, businesses that consistently embrace ‘diversity of thought’ over time, in tandem with an authentic diversity, equity and inclusion strategy and practice, experience tangible benefits. Benefits range from an ability to attract and retain top talent to enhanced productivity, profitability and sustainability. As important, these benefits accrue to organizations of all types and sizes — from automotive suppliers and distributors to members of the repair shop community and from large well-established companies to those in start-up mode.”

The core practice areas of dott. include:

  • Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI)
  • Environmental, social and governance (ESG)
  • Career development
  • Corporate board recruiting
  • Speaking engagements
  • Supplier diversity
  • Brand influencers/ambassador network

“Cloyes formally kicked off our diversity and inclusion journey last year and I have personally benefited from participating in the aftermarket DEI roundtables. dott. provides a great forum where participants can all learn and grow together, sharing best practices and experiences, to build a stronger, more sustainable workforce,” said John Hanighen, President and CEO, Cloyes.

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