Four questions to ask yourself before rolling out a new idea to your team.

As an innovative leader, you are likely counted on to generate ideas that will improve your team culture. But even the greatest of game changers should be considered from all angles before you roll it out to the team. Doing so can make all the difference between an idea that fires up the team and one that fails to catch on, as Jason explains in his column for Big Builder. Read an excerpt below:

“It’s true in life and business: The one constant is change. Before presenting your idea to the team, think through its entire lifecycle. Ask yourself hard questions: Are we going to be able to do well with this no matter how things change? Will we rally around this no matter what? Can this idea evolve with the team?”

For more tried-and-true tips from Jason on how to decide if a new idea is ready to roll out, CLICK HERE

Here’s to earning what you’re worth!


JASON FORREST (Three time Stevie Award winner – 2016 Gold Stevie Award for Sales Coaching program of the year, 2014 Silver Stevie Award for sales training program of the year, and 2013 Gold Stevie Award for sales training or education leader of the year) is an expert at creating high-performance sales organizations through sales training programs, management training programs, and cultural awareness training. He addresses beliefs (not just behaviors) to increase sales, develop leaders, implement cultural accountability, and transform companies into sales organizations. A sales professional at heart, Forrest believes in both the art and science of the sales process. Forrest’s competitive distinction is his behavior-modification approach (which focuses on people, process, and presentation) and his focus on beliefs, not just behaviors.

FORREST PERFORMANCE GROUP is a global leader and designer of corporate training programs, leadership training programs, and sales training programs. FPG’s unique distinction and edge is its belief that true, permanent change begins from the top, transforms from the inside-out, and requires long-term coaching and accountability, rather than short-term training. Too many organizations are short-sighted regarding training and only provide one-day motivational events to entertain sales pros, giving them only short-term boosts in energy and temporary performance lifts. One-day events can be valuable for rejuvenating or jump-starting performance, but a complete training program with coaching along the way makes all of the difference. Increased sales, measurable ROI, accountability, tangible and relevant sales tools are just a few of the results of an FPG training program.


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