Overwhelm can affect just about anyone at anytime. It comes from work, family, friends and everything aspect of life you can think of. Work is all relative, but for a franchisee there are some unique forms of overwhelm.
Franchisees are part of your organization. You have say over how they run their business. But they want certain freedoms. And you probably want them to have certain freedoms. Here are some thoughts on how that might look.
Healthy relationships are a key to success in business. Employees, vendors, customers, etc. They’re all critical to success and that is very true with the franchise and franchisee relationship.
Franchisees have a lot to do. They’re going to need help. Another way you can help them is by providing recommended (and tested) vendors.
Growth is wonderful for a franchise. If you’re looking to grow your business by attracting franchisees, here are some possible new ways to do it.
Email drip campaigns can be very powerful. They play the long sales game, which can lead to consistent results in the future.
Entrepreneurs, contrary to popular belief, are pretty risk averse. Here are some ways to ease the concerns of your potential franchisees.
Getting new franchisees is excited for a business owner and manager. It means growth. It means success. But there is also risk. One is making sure you bring on the right people. And that requires knowing what the best candidates actually want.
The number of people looking to start and/or own businesses definitely seems to ebb and flow, but the interest remains steady. That includes right now.
It would seem that tension doesn’t rise that quickly with a remote team. But it definitely happens. And with that comes the need for conflict resolution.