1. Pampered Chef relies on relationships and communication. How are you managing your business in the wake of Coronavirus and social distancing? Discuss here
    Dismiss Notice

Pampered Chef: How to help new consultant?

  1. crystalscookingnow

    crystalscookingnow Senior Member Gold Member

    2,965
    1
    I have a new consultant with her kick off party on Sept. 12. She wants to get the most out of her first 30 days, so she wants to hold off on ordering her kit. But - she is kind of nervous about having enough time to train, etc.

    What would be the best way to help her? I'm including her email to me so that you can get an idea of what she's said to me. I thought of having her log into CC with my user/pass but I'm not so sure that's a good idea. She's got the products from her last party and I can get her catalogs, etc. to get her started. What would you do?

    "Yes, I would definitely like for you to be at my kick off party. I need to work on my invitations. What all do you include on your invitations. I think I probably threw away the one you sent out for me. I have been trying to decide what I want to make in front of everyone but have not made a decision yet. I was going to ask you for some suggestions. A lot of the recipes in the PC cookbooks have to bake for around 30 mins. Do you just not make those recipes for your shows?
    If you have time sometime I would like to get together to talk about what all I need to tell my guests about PC. Part of the reason I am getting so anxious is I would like to have the PC materials to help me prepare for my show, but I don't want to sign up too soon before my first show so I can meet the $1,250 in sales for the first 30 days. Anita is going to have a party for me on the 26th of Sept. and Beth is also sometime in Sept."
     
  2. cindylpal

    cindylpal Member Gold Member

    284
    2
    Have her set her show dates and then order her kit...once she has that she'll be able to go through everything, log into CC and get the online training. Getting the shows on her calendar is AWESOME...let's face it, that's the BIGGIE!!!!
     
    Aug 22, 2009
    #2
  3. chef131doreen

    chef131doreen Veteran Member Gold Member

    1,255
    1
    the kit comes in about 3-4 days ,,have her set her date for her open house the order her kit the week before . that gves enough time to train a bit on line , she can make a recipe now and have that part done .
    While she waits for the kit to come she can have catty shows going on to close within the 30 days , and also a few shows schdualed
     
    Aug 22, 2009
    #3
  4. Brandi2007

    Brandi2007 Advanced Member

    605
    0
    Having her attend some of your shows may be a good idea too. Even if she has been to shows and had shows before, this time she could watch through a new set of eyes. If it is possible, get together with her in your home or hers and view consultants corner, this will show her that the world is at her finger tips as far as recipes and show ideas go. Maybe pick a couple of recipes that she thinks she might like and make them together using the products that come in the kit. It will be as if she already has her own kit and can get that training in before she does.
     
    Aug 22, 2009
    #4
Have something to add?