Successful companies operate in a unified and cohesive manner. The owners and administrative teams of these companies do things a certain way. They also share a similar mindset and create a similar transparent business culture. There is no question that the primary focus and the habits created by the leaders of these organizations is directly linked to the overall success of the company.
Vendor Transparency Solutions, and RepoPulse.com will be hosting a three-part webinar series titled The Common Denominators of Successful Asset Recovery Professionals. We will open the first webinar, free of charge, to the entire asset recovery industry, which will provide a high-level analysis of what separates successful recovery agencies from the rest. The second and third webinars, which will delve further into this concept, will be made available privately to VTS subscribers only.
“There is no doubt that the biggest lesson that I learned was the importance of a proper mindset – the concept of mind over matter was never more clear,” said Max Pineiro, CEO of VTS. “What you focus on with the right attitude, with desire and passion, is what will become your launch pad to success. That does not mean that this quality alone will propel you into the limelight, but it is – and will always remain – the main ingredient in the recipe for success.”
At the dawn of a new year, a changing industry continues to evolve and transform. Knowing the common denominators of success and failure will help develop the proper mindset and implement strategies to enhance the growth of all organizations.
The Common Denominators of Success applies to any industry. However, we have designed this series on how these principles apply to the asset recovery industry specifically:
- Management & leadership
- Developing the proper mindset
- Creating your business culture
- Adapting to a changing industry
- Strong customer focus (create a strong customer-centric culture)
- Goal Setting (short- and long-term)
- Effective marketing & sales techniques
- Building a culture on top of a strong foundation of compliance
- Finding and retaining the best employees
- Under-promising and over-delivering on customer service
“I can assure you that the success that I have experienced is attributable to the knowledge that I have gained from seeking out and studying successful individuals and companies in our industry,” Pineiro said. “They all had proven track records and all followed winning game plans. They were highly respected by their clients. Those companies had many common denominators that I, myself, sought to model.”
To register for the first webinar, please click here.