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WHAT TO DO WHEN A LEADER QUITS YOUR NETWORK MARKETING TEAM
What do you do when a leader quits your network marketing team?
You have put in time and training into developing them into a great leader and suddenly you get the news that these leaders leaves your team.
And now it’s eating away at you and now you are wondering what you could have done differently?
It can be frustrating but it is something that happens.
If you have had someone on your network marketing team quit, don’t worry you’re not alone.
In fact, I’ve been there before.
I’ve had several network marketing team members decide to walk away, which inspired me to write this post to share with you how I deal with it.
One of the biggest lessons I learned being in this industry is that some people stay and some don’t stay. That’s all there is to it.
Usually what happens is some people stay and circle the wagons, other follow the departed, and a lot of people just freeze like deer in the headlights, waiting and not knowing what to do.
The best thing and most profession thing to do when someone quits your network marketing team is to stay positive, wish them luck and move forward.
ALWAYS focus on your goals and your dreams and the activity that will get you there.
When a network marketing leader leaves your downline, you need to begin contacting all his/her downline with encouragement.
You should probably first send an email to them if you have their email or you send a message to their Whatsapp group if they were on Whatsapp.
You should encourage them not to worry and let them know that everything is the same only just missing one person.
And affirm your unbridled support to them.
You can also assure them that nothing has changed in the operation of the network marketing company.
And, possibly let them know that you are available to help them in any way they need you.
You can now send to them that, “I will be giving each of you a call to fulfill any needs you have. If you have a need or want to talk beforehand, you can reach me at this email or (phone).”
As you can see, what you have been doing were just affirming your support.
You do not want to question if they were told earlier about a leader leaving your downline.
You just want to be there to give them support.
After you have messaged every downline team member of the team leader who left, it is time to pick up the phone.
But do consider what you will say and how you will say it to each person.
Know this for sure that there will be more leaders.
This is an important aspect you need to provide your team members.
As a matter of fact, now is the time you need to empower them to step up as leaders themselves.
Leaders come and go, but as long as the products and compensation stays the same, the network marketing company will roll right along.
We must always remember that no one person in a network marketing company is indispensable.
If you know why the person left, there is no reason that you should ask any of the people why he/she left, but if you do not know why they left, it may be okay to just ask if they had any idea why they left.
Asking will help you to know how to go about it now that you are about building a new leader.
You are not acting as any network marketing police, but do know that if a leader leaves your downline and starts dragging others with them, it is harming your business that you have worked hard to build
Working with these strategies will spark up motivation in your network marketing team again after a leader has left your team.
I hope this is helpful to you?
Let me know what you think in the comments below. And, feel free to share this with your teammates.
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