The Keys to Successful Leadership in Network Marketing, Part 1: Duplication
Effective leadership is absolutely crucial to the success of Network Marketing. This is the first in a series of posts dedicated to helping YOU, my friend, to be able to reach your maximum leadership potential.
The Network Marketing structure has leadership built right into its structure, from top to bottom, and duplication is a key element of success for everyone.
Because if, as a leader, you can train your team or your downline, to duplicate actions that work, you can train them for maximum effectiveness and ultimate success!
Now, leadership begins with observation.
Helping others to take the right actions, to set examples for others, and to then turn around and teach in the right way (effectively) requires a patient will to first observe – even if it means watching your team members make mistakes.
Yes! This can prove difficult, especially when you want, more than anything, for your team to succeed. As a leader, though, observation gives you the opportunity to see how things play out – and it gives your team members an opportunity to learn from the process.
Only once you’ve observed them in action should you then step in and mentor them, combining your observations with what you know works. You will find that people can easily copy a model they know works. They are willing to apply it. And when they do, they will experience success.
It won’t always be easy! But it can be really profitable for you in the long run.
Create & Share Success
A successful organization duplicates success.
It’s as easy as 1-2-3!
1. Isolate successful actions.
2. BUILD your foundation as you recruit and train new distributors – RECORD what you teach – SHARE your system with others. (This is a success formula developed by creating and implementing successful actions.)
3. Continually perfect your system and share what you know is right.
As a leader, when you harness the power of duplication, your team’s results will soar!
I’d love to hear from you – have you ever stood by while one of your team members made a mistake – and used it as a teaching moment? How did it go? What were the results?
Leave a comment below, and then stay tuned for the next post in my Leadership series, “Are You Really Leading Your Team to Success?”