VIDEO: Conflict Resolution

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As network marketing leaders, we’re really doing two things:
1. Building a business, and..
2. Learning how to bond that business together.

What happens if conflict arises in your company or on your team?

How YOU handle drama determines whether you bond your business or break it.

A majority of network marketing training focuses on the first part, building of a business. Yet the key to compounding that growth, to kicking your business into momentum, to continually increasing the retention rate of your leadership, is hidden in the second part, learning how to bond that business together.

Growing your check from zero to $10,000 a month is one thing, preventing your check from going from $10,000 a month back to zero is another. The bond, the glue that holds it together and gives it a chance to keep growing is the trust that there are specific ways to handle conflict.

Conflict resolution is one of the key components to bonding your business together. And that’s the topic of this interview. Truly, this is one of the most important skills you as a leader can learn if you want to avoid the ‘revolving door’ syndrome. And there are few people better than Orrin Woodward at conflict resolution.

Create a culture of conflict resolution on your team. It’s the difference between making millions and losing millions. It can make or break your business.

The interview is eleven minutes long. And frankly, if you want to build a BIG network marketing team, this could be one of the most important videos you watch. If you’re like me, once it you watch it, you’ll wish it was longer!

As people on your team chase their dream, drama will enter into their life and that drama spills over into the organization. Most drama involves interpersonal relationships, and when drama permeates in a group, dreams are exterminated.

How you handle drama has a compound effect across your team. And often, when it’s not handled correctly, that drama is what stalls the growth of the team. Take the time today to start to understand the skill of conflict resolution… watch the video.

“In this portion, we dive into resolution of drama for the good of the entire community. Imagine how much bigger community building would be if all leaders focused on both building and bonding their communities. Indeed, the communities would double in no time at all. As a leader, are you majoring on dreams or drama? With this answer, I can accurately predict the size of your community (organization).” – Orrin Woodward

In case you missed it, here’s Part 1 of my interview with Orrin Woodward.

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Orrin Woodward, Randy Gage, Tom “Big Al” Schreiter, Orjan & Hilde Saele, Donna Imson, Chris Brady, Jordan Adler, Sarah Fairless Robbins… these are just some of the great Network Marketing leaders who will be sharing their insights at the Network Marketing Mastermind Event. It’s going to be an incredible event! If you don’t haven’t done so already, get your tickets today!

I look forward to seeing you at the Mastermind Event! :)

Art Jonak

PS: What’s your favorite part of the video? Would you like to see more videos like this? Please share your comments below.

7 thoughts on “VIDEO: Conflict Resolution

  1. I like the part of the video that talks about communication and how communication is the tool we must have to resolve drama or conflict. All parties must give their perspective and it give a different picture than just wallowing in your perspective. When everyone understands what the conflict is as viewes by each participant, communication can begin. From there you can start building a business and bonding the participants together.

  2. Wow! Such a VITAL topic yet I’ve never heard anyone address this in our business! I really appreciate your giving!!! THANKS! THANKS! THANKS!!!!!

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