The onboarding system
So your newcomer immediately starts right, instantly becomes productive and becomes a Leader & Duplicator!
In this seminar you will learn one of the biggest secrets of network marketing.
Why 98% of all beginners in network marketing stop and how you manage to make more than 60% of all beginners successful, stay active and become full-time leaders & duplicators!
Do you also know that frustrating feeling of finally having gained a new business partner and then he just stops after a few days or weeks or reduces all activities to a minimum?
The secret behind it is like the first day of training – after registration runs, the first 14 days and the first 6 weeks.
This is the essential difference between success and failure in winning new business partners.
In this seminar you will learn – for the first time – everything that the best network marketers in the world are doing with a new business partner.
What is the difference if a beginner becomes a successful leader or a “frustrated employer”?
Onboarding – getting a new networker on board – provided you have the right business partner – is the secret to long-term retention and success.
The most common experience is otherwise: that of futile time, hope and money investment in a new networker. You’ve spent a lot of time in winning, recruiting a new one, and then he’s sitting with you, and the very first day decides whether he’s actually going to become a successful downline, a company, in the long term in the company, build up – or not.
Someone who stays with you, who becomes successful, who brings your company forward.
And exactly this question has accompanied me in recent years again and again. There are people who come and go again. And then there are people who come and stay. And then I thought, what’s the difference? I noticed very quickly: In reality, I had a completely wrong assumption. I’ve always thought that when I pick someone up, they know what to do. And so today is still the most popular training method: people just throw in the cold water. Following the motto: It’s the quickest way to swim!
But in reality, being a re-starter comes to a company that does not show you what to do, how to do it, and what to expect, the one who goes home the first night and says, “Honey ‘Actually, I imagined it differently.’
That’s why the first 14 days are the key to success in the future when training a new employee. Everything you do wrong in the first 14 days, you can hardly improve later. For example, if you expect your new second-hand networker to have 10 appointments per week, or 5 business presentations or 5 customer appointments, then he or she will have to experience this together with you in the first 14 days.
Experiencing WHAT is expected and experiencing HOW it works. Experience that you, as a Net Worth Marketing Leader, really support him.
“Your induction plan as a Net Worth Marketing Leader is part of the secret of success!”
- The first day and the first 14 days
You need a very clear training plan for this: what exactly am I doing on the first day? What happens there? What does an active introduction of a new employee look like on the first day, except for the classic company tour? What am I discussing with him? What do I do with a distributor on the first day in practice?
You have to be aware of this:
What does your new business partner want to earn?
What income producing activities are involved?
How do you work with him to get the first 250 leads?
How do you contact with him the first leads from this list?
How do you create a working goal, time and week plan?
Why is this all your responsibility?
Remember, anything you do or do not do in the first 14 days is a bit of an imprint. The blueprint for success. And in this embossing phase decides: Will the employee later become a successful employee? Will he become a less successful employee? A disappointed employee? Or will he be someone who is actively duplicating what you have shown him, making a career and accelerating your career. and above all, once more the essential: it duplicates the wrong in depth or the right one!
- The first six weeks
And then, the second key is the first six weeks.