How not to be a bully MLM leader

Leaders can be bullies and it’s not surprising to find them in the Mlm industry. They are easy to deal with on any given level. However, it doesn’t mean you have to be one. You don’t have to use their tactics and style to create success. If you’ve known or worked for a bully, then you know it can be difficult to find a way to handling them. Fortunately, you can quit and move on in the traditional world. it’s not so easy in the Mlm world. Your investment and time you have placed within the business itself will make it harder for you to leave.


Are you a bully?

Are you a current leader that can be seen as a bully? Are you rude, interruptive, a know it all, uncaring person that loses people regularly. You may be a bully and not know it. You may have some of the signs, however there is a difference between toughness and being a bully. If you’re fair, push your people hard but equally, rewarding and caring, you may not be a bully, but you may be tough and many people don’t have the backbone to create a work ethic that your trying to instill within them.

Key warning signs that you’re losing people

If you’re rude, use aggressive actions, intimidate or push others to the side, you could end up losing your whole down line system. People don’t like working for bullies, they will end up raising up in the end and leaving you in the mud. If the people are not responsive to your emails, phone calls or just plainly evasive of you. These are signs that you’re doing something wrong. While its natural to be busy, but if you know these people usually respond pretty fast to you. There is a problem with you and your style. Just be careful on what you do and how you treat others.

Leaders have problems all the time, don’t give your team a reason to quit on you because you can’t have it your way. People fail and this business needs mlm leaders, not bullies. So be careful about accepting a role that you may not be ready for. Some people are better assistants then leaders, and if you’re not mature to put people first. Leadership roles are not for everyone. If you can’t handle the leadership role, then you may want to step down and be part of someone’s down line. There is stress and pressure as you move up.