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Very, very, very excited...

kuntrycook

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Apr 24, 2009
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I just recruited my first recruit!!! I'm so excited...this really helped to give me a major booster shot of motivation, and the encouragement I needed to continue putting a lot of effort into my business!

I'll be talking to my director tomorrow morning...but does anyone here have any advise or "how-to's" that can help me to be a better help to my new recruit?
 

MLinAZ

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May 7, 2009
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Definitely revisit the online training courses about the recruiting interview, etc. if you haven't taken them recently (or at all!). There's some good tips in there.
 

pampchefsarah

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Mar 24, 2008
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Make sure your recruit is aware of ALL the incentives for qualifying in 30 days, and then continuing the success in 90 days. Really emphasize the 30 days, and that the additional 60 is just for added benefits!

Also, make sure she watches all the online training, and show her how to navigate through Consultant's Corner, plus Consultant's Connection (this will be especially important for you now, too!).

Congratulations!!
 

etteluap70PC

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May 24, 2005
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Take the cons. Connection training. There are some GREAT toools there to help guide your new recruit.

Congrats! As someone who was late to the recruiting game I understand about it boosting your motivation.

Have fun!
 

Jolie_Paradoxe

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Apr 15, 2009
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Congrats! There is a great audio conference class listed in consultant's corner, online training, resources tab. Also, there is another online class on supporting your growing team.

I agree with Sarah....help your recruit realize all the rewards they can earn in their first 30 days, and then the following 60 days. Encourage they do as much of the training as possible and help them learn all the great things they can find on CC.
 
Aug 14, 2008
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There are also a lot of good files on here, especially one for your recruit about what to do while she's waiting for her kit. I got the original from here and changed it to suit my needs. It'll keep your recruit excited about the business, busy so the wait doesn't seem quite as long, give them an organized gameplan, and help them stay motivated. (I'll try to find it and post it. I know how frustrating sifting through all the files can be).

Also, dangle the carrot of Pampered Chef Dollars he/she could earn. If there's that "one item" they'd love to have remind that if he/she grabs the PC$ carrot, the item can be theirs with no out of pocket.

Congratulations and best of wishes on your growing team!
 

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kuntrycook

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Apr 24, 2009
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Thanks for all the advise everyone! I'm really looking forward to working with my new recruit. Thanks 'Saturday Gourmet' for the file...I'll be sure to use it!
 
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