The TEG Network strives to be the best and we like to model our candidate on-boarding program and our team like the best military unit in the world; Navy SEALs. Not everyone will make it. Not everyone will think it’s ‘worth’ it. Our biggest strength is the team. We understand that real estate is not life or death like the SEALs but our team members’ careers and livelihoods are on the line. If we have one bad member or leader, the whole team can be compromised. Our commitment to getting that right through strict adherence to standards is paramount. An analogy: The SEALs are required to swim 500 yards in a minimum standard of 12:30. That is the equivalent of our 6 units per Quarter. For a decent swimmer, it’s not hard at all, but it is a minimum. You can recommend a certain number of strokes in a swim, but it’s not required. Strokes per swim are similar to contacts per day. Our candidate on-boarding program and standards are tweaked and made harder every quarter. It is designed to not let everyone into our organization. It is designed to find those committed to their own success AND the success of TEG Network.
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