Do you have people in your group that you're frustrated with because they're just not doing the things that they need to do? Maybe you have some people in your group that are negative and complaining all time, and it's starting to influence other people in your organization? In the training today I'm going to teach you a formula for confronting the people that are on your team. If you aspire to be a great leader then you MUST learn how to confront.
When you're building a network marketing organization, there will be many different scenarios where as a leader you are going to need to confront the people in your organization. It could be because some of your people are doing things that are harming their business or worse yet, your overall team. Maybe you have people that have great promise, but you just can't get them to take action and follow through for whatever reason. Sometimes there are negative people that are starting to influence other people on the team and it's beginning to hurt your production.
If you want to be a great leader, then you have to learn how to confront. One of the most important aspects of character in life is the ability to confront. When you are willing to confront issues when they come up on your team, it will elevate your leadership.
Done right, confrontation will strengthen the relationships that you have with the people on your team. Confrontation adds structure to an organization. When there is structure in a group, it adds security. When the people that are in that group when they feel secure, that's when they flourish.
When you're willing to confront people it shows them that you care. When you care enough to take the time to address their issues it makes them respect you more.
One of the biggest misconceptions when it comes to confrontation is that it has to be adversarial. That's the reason why most leaders shy away from confrontation. I'm here to tell you that when done properly, confrontation should NEVER be adversarial.
In order to make confrontation not adversarial you need to learn how to confront the problem, but do it in a way that preserves the relationship. Always remember this:
You want to go hard on the issue but soft on the person.
That's such a powerful way to look at confrontation. When you follow that advice you will be able to confront people in a way that addresses the issue head on, but doesn't do it in a way that makes the person feel bad.
How to Confront the People on your Team
In the video above I introduce you to a specific formula that you can follow when you are confronting someone on your team. If you follow this simple formula than you can begin to have powerful conversations with the people on your team that address and handle issues when they arise.
This will elevate your leadership and create an environment where people that are on your team can thrive. As a result, you will see an increase in your production and results.
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