In our training, we teach you that one of the most important success strategies in life is to find a mentor for yourself; someone who can share their experiences and expertise with you, serve as a sounding board for your ideas, and be someone who holds you accountable… wow, that word: “accountability”.
Over the years I would attend training to learn new and exciting skills, only to forget how to use them or feel confused about how to apply them once I got back to my workplace. If this frustration sounds familiar to you, then don’t panic – you’re not alone! Many people find themselves in the exact same position – the secret to ensuring it doesn’t happen simply lies in finding an expert to show you how to successfully implement what you’ve learned – so then, you can watch the magic happen.
Mentors provide access to expertise that can help you learn new skills and enhance your knowledge and advance your career. Many of the world's most successful people have benefitted from having a mentor such as Richard Branson (whose mentor was Freddie Laker, and Anthony Robins who was mentored by Jim Rohn).
Your mentor can act as a sounding board for your ideas and plans, and assist you in the development of relationships, which can benefit both the mentor and the mentee.
Of course, it can be challenging to find and connect with the right mentor, which is why we created the “My Mentor Coach” program.
Through the My Mentor Coach program, your mentor can:
Assist in streamlining your sales processes
Develop new selling tools to use
Teach you the soft skills of communication
Help you implement and use your selling tools and skills
Ensure you have the help required, so you can follow through
Help make you accountable
Help you develop the confidence to present to individuals, small and large groups
Serve as an expert to bounce your ideas off
Provide a sounding board for your plans and ideas
Help you with goalsetting and taking action
Having your own mentor is one of the most effective ways to learn, especially when you share your goals and objectives clearly from the start. When you have the right mentor, you will be more likely to achieve sales targets and avoid mistakes that can set your career back years.
How To Get Started
Once we have completed a skills review, your first mentoring session commences with a two-hour deep-dive into your current skills and sales processes, as well as goalsetting. We’ll then plan 12 one-hour weekly or fortnightly training/coaching sessions via Zoom (online).