Your independent representatives need to be trained on several topics. To see what those topics are, watch our video. Feel free to take notes and/or screenshots so you have something to reference back to.
If you are new to the world of direct selling, there is a learning curve ahead of you. Fortunately, you don’t need to learn everything yourself.
Sylvina Consulting can shorten your learning curve by teaching you what you need to know pretty quickly. We recommend three steps to get trained in this industry.
Get yourself a copy of our powerful direct selling startup guide, Start Here: The Guide to Building and Growing Your Direct Selling Company. This is no ordinary book. It is 15 chapters of essential information that you need to know to be successful, in 250 pages, with groundwork activities (homework) for you to do at the end of each chapter. We call it a guide. Our book is part textbook and part workbook.
The best students go to school, and we at Sylvina Consulting co-sponsor the best two-day school for new and young network marketing and party plan companies.
Our school is the Direct Selling Edge Conference. We call it that because to be successful in this space, you need an edge and our conference will give you one. Held in person before COVID-19 and in webinar format during COVID-19, the DS Edge Conference gets rave reviews from our students.
Let us teach you more. Sylvina Consulting offers hourly, daily, monthly and project-based consulting to help fill in the gaps. We believe that even the best teams have a coach. We are highly responsive to the needs of each and every client. You will thoroughly enjoy working with us.
Learn From Your Field
While you may develop and deliver some great training programs, some of your independent representatives will create effective training content that you may wish to include in your company training materials for everyone’s benefit. This is a good thing.
If you do include ideas that originate in the field, be sure to recognize the contributions of the contributors publicly. If you do, this will encourage more creativity from your field.