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Whose under Home Office Direct?

loreedfk

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I've seen several posts about Executive Directors, etc. having a banquet for their cluster. What happens with the Home Office Direct folks - which is where I believe I fall - not 100% sure on my lineage.
 

Ann F

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I'm not familiar with the term "home office direct." I was a "home office lead", but I was assigned to a director...

Now I'M a director and getting my own home office leads! I certainly wasn't expecting that when I signed almost 2 years ago... What a great company!
 

pamperedbecky

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loreedfk said:
I've seen several posts about Executive Directors, etc. having a banquet for their cluster. What happens with the Home Office Direct folks - which is where I believe I fall - not 100% sure on my lineage.
Is that what your paycheck says?? Most commission checks list your 1st, 2nd and 3rd upline directors. What does yours say? I'd call the HO if you're not sure which conference you're assigned to.
 

agw

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There are several banquet rooms for those who are Home Office Direct. Check with your director as to which one you ought to attend. If your director won't be there, then ask for the next upline who will be. :)
 

nikked

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Ann F said:
I'm not familiar with the term "home office direct." I was a "home office lead", but I was assigned to a director...

Now I'M a director and getting my own home office leads! I certainly wasn't expecting that when I signed almost 2 years ago... What a great company!

As far as I understand it, a Home Office Direct consultant is one whose entire upline (Directorship) is no longer with the company, for one reason or another. My Director, whose been doing this six years this summer, didn't know about HODs until last year!

When a Director (or recruiter) goes inactive, their downline goes to the next up, and when there are no longer any one "up", they become HODs. I assume that if a Director goes inactive, their downline goes to the next up Director, not necessarily to a recruiter.
 

loreedfk

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I thought H.O.D. was anyone who didn't have an Executive Director or above in their lineage. I am under a Director who is under a Director.
 

Shawnna

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Every conference attendee will get a banquet. It will fall under your executive director, and it will be printed on your banquet ticket when you get there.
 
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