- 1.The Tailored Group discuss the top traits of successful individuals
The Tailored Group believes its organization rests on two pillars, sales and the individuals behind those sales. The firm wants to create a company culture built on personal development and considers its business development scheme to provide each of its contractors with the knowledge they need to excel as entrepreneurs. The end goal for the firm is to establish the next generation of young professionals, and it has this week started to discuss the traits it believes are linked to success in hopes of inspiring its new recruits on the areas in their lives that they can improve.
The first and most important of these traits is an individuals ability to accept that they cannot do certain things alone. While lone rangers are often impressive, the most successful people in business are those who accept they need the help of a team to excel. Teamwork remains at the core of The Tailored Group’s business model, and the firm is sure that once individuals begin to be honest with themselves, admit where they are going wrong and then ask for help, they will find success. The most inspirational of leaders are charismatic in their own right but more often than not supported by an intricate network of advisers and people who keep them at the top of their game. The Tailored Group want each of its new recruits to realize this and begin to look for ways in which they can rely on their fellow teammates to exceed their sales targets.
Further to this, the firm is also keen that its workforce attempts to become pragmatic thinkers. The Tailored Group believes that those who can make reasoned decisions when under huge amounts of pressure are often the most practical of thinkers. By this, it means that they are not influenced by their emotions but instead think practically how they can improve themselves, those around them and the situation at hand. Often, in sales, the Tailored Group reveal that new recruits do not make it far because they attach to much weight to failure. The firm argues that in these situations it is extremely important that individuals try to remove themselves from emotions and act quickly to correct the problem.
With these two sage pieces of wisdom, the Tailored Group is confident that it has revealed the two key traits of successful entrepreneurs. By thriving in a team, accepting where they have gone wrong and then acting pragmatically, the Tailored Group is confident its workforce will begin to excel faster as leaders.