Have you ever experienced a time when you couldn’t seem to win a client to save your life? When it seemed like all you were getting were no’s and the rejection started to build on itself and the more pressure you put on yourself - the harder it was to motivate yourself to get out there, see your prospects and win new deals.
If the answer is yes - you’re not alone. We’ve all been there.
Dr. Seuss said it best - “When you're in a slump, you're not in for much fun.
Un-slumping yourself is not easily done.”
But what if it’s not you you are trying to unslump?
Un-slumping a team member can be even more challenging than un-slumping yourself.
How do you support and encourage a member of your team when they’re struggling, but still hold them accountable for their goal?
In this episode - I’m going to give you concrete ways you can help your team when one of them is in a slump that doesn't involve dialing for dollars or managing metrics.
Pay special attention to:
<2:22> The most important thing to remember when you’re helping a team member that’s struggling
<3:32> The 5 primary reasons someone gets in a slump
<6:34> The counterintuitive approach to managing a burn out slump
That’s just the beginning. You’ll find all three things you need to know to avoid the trap of micromanaging and keep your team happy and growing.
You can find it HERE!
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