*Amendment: After reviewing our feedback forms and internal discussions, the title of this NBDA Super Seminar should have been “Manager Profile Trends In The Bicycle Industry.” While it is clear that our research has shown a pattern of behavior and motivation traits amongst our sample group of 100, falling outside these traits does not preclude success. Equally, falling within these predominant traits does not ensure success. The key takeaway is that the knowledge of where your managers, your sales staff and you reside in the BaM Analysis will provide you with a much deeper understanding of how to communicate more effectively.
Introduction: Before we get to the specifics of what makes a successful store manager, let me give you some background on the recent work we have done. One of the services we provide our clients is a BAM Analysis. “BAM” is short for Behavior and Motivation. It’s a 20 minute questionnaire with no wrong answers. What it provides is an incredibly accurate picture of what your behavioral traits are and what motivates you.
Over the past two years, The Mann Group has been assessing managers who have attended Mann University. We have been able to compile the information into the industry’s first ever benchmark study. Understanding BaM allows you to identify the key behaviors and motivators in managers that produce success in your retail business. We now have the first ever benchmark study to work with.
Our belief is that the manager is the single biggest influence to the success of your retail store.
A Quality Manager = A Successful Store
If a great manager creates a great store, then a bad manager creates an unsuccessful store.
Understanding the tendencies of your industry managers is KEY to having a successful store.
Little or no proof will not fly with the High C.
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