LAP and VLCP happens over the next two days [Update]

The LAP and VLCP are just around the corner! Are you excited? The LAP happens today while the VLCP happens tomorrow! With the LAP and VLCP, IRs are given the opportunity to improve themselves and take a bigger leap in the ladder of success. This is your last call for joining before it all starts tomorrow!

 

Know more about the LAP and VLCP here.

 

Remember, to join the VLCP, one must:

1)        have attended the Leadership Achievement Program
2)        have been in the business for at least 1.5 years or 18 months,
3)        have attended Major V Events (VCon & ReVcon),
4)        have been a facilitator for minor events (NSS or own group training),
5)        be recommended by a V Ambassador, BDM/E, and/or IMD, and
6)        be earning at least INR 661,440 a year before tax (gross)

 

IMPORTANT: These events are on a “first-come first-served” basis. Interested participants may pre-register by downloading the registration form here. Only CASH will be accepted as payment on-site.

 

Event Fee Date/TIme Location Contact Person
 

Leadership Advancement Program (LAP)

 

 

V Leaders Certification Program (VLCP)

 

 

INR 1,655

 

 

 

 

INR 3,310

 

21 February 2013

9:00am-6:00pm

(Registration at 8am)

 

22 February 2013

9:00-5:00pm

(Registration at 830am)

 

LAP: Morello Hall

 

 

 

 

VLCP: Piccolo Hall

 

 

 

Address: Holy Family Hospital, 6th Floor, Holy Spirit Complex, Hill Road, Bandra West, Mumbai

 

Abie Pana

+639178083572

VLCP@the-v.net

 

Muheeb Khan

+919972077144

Muheeb.khan@the-v.net

 

Dr. Shafi Shaik

+919985857444

Shafi.shaik@the-v.net

 

 

 

Please click here to download the registration form.

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LAP and VLCP in India This 2013

Start the year right!

This 2013, The V opens its doors to IRs who are interested in taking their IRship a notch higher. With the Leadership Advancement Program and V Leaders Certification Program, IRs are given the opportunity to improve themselves and take a bigger leap in the ladder of success.

The V believes that hard work and loyalty to the company are of utmost importance for an IR to succeed in the business.  Growth and enrichment of every IR is one of the many objectives of the company in order to continuously improve their skills and achieve bigger triumphs.

If you’re an IR with big dreams and solid goals in life, below are the details on LAP and VLCP that you must know:

The Leadership Advancement Program (LAP) is a technical training for all leaders who wish to gain more knowledge about the products, policies and procedures of the company. This is an excellent opportunity to gain mastery of our products and become a more effective, knowledgeable, and reliable leader. Successful completion of the LAP is a prerequisite for admittance into the V Leaders Certification Program. A fee of INR 1,655 is required to attend this program.

The V Leaders Certification Program (VLCP) aims to train and assess the leadership potential and ability of the V Leaders through training sessions and examinations. If one is successful, he or she is automatically drafted into the V-ELITE LEADERS pool, an exclusive group eligible for nomination into the V Council. A fee of INR 3,310 is required to attend this program.

In order to join the VLCP, one must:

1)        have attended the Leadership Achievement Program
2)        have been in the business for at least 1.5 years or 18 months,
3)        have attended Major V Events (VCon & ReVcon),
4)        have been a facilitator for minor events (NSS or own group training),
5)        must be recommended by a V Ambassador, BDM/E, and/or IMD, and
6)        must be earning at least INR 661,440 a year before tax (gross)

IMPORTANT: These events are on a “first-come first-served” basis.  Interested participants may pre-register by downloading the registration form here. Only CASH will be accepted as payment on-site.

Event Fee Date Location Contact Person
Leadership Advancement Program (LAP)And INR 1,655

 

21 February 2013  Mumbai (venue TBA) Abie Pana
+639178083572
VLCP@the-v.netMuheeb Khan
+919972077144
Muheeb.khan@the-v.net

Jagan Mohan
+60124865636
jagan@the-v.net

V Leaders Certification Program (VLCP) INR 3,310 22 February 2013

Make sure to keep logged on to The V for further news and other information.

Please click here to download the registration form.

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VP Donna, AVP Asha dominate F2 World Tour Ivory Coast

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The F2 World Tour was a complete success with over 1700 attendees! Held at Foundation du Yamousoukro, Yamousoukro, Ivory Coast, last November 18, the event was headlined by VP Donna Imson, along with co-speakers AVP Asha and VC Fofana. Also present were QNET IC Agent Dr. Solo, QNET Office Manager Mr. Clement, and Mr. Bado, BDE-in-charge.

Dr Ouattara, the MC, opened the event by describing what The V is and does.  She then introduced VC Fofana as a top leader in Ivory Coast, who brought this opportunity to the country to help others change their lives. She also talked about the importance of F2.

VC Fofana took to the stage and talked about dreams and actions. Without dreams and actions this business could not go so far in connecting with F2, he said, as the most important act in this business is to always find your 2. He also shared his journey since he joined this business and how long it took him to find his 2. He concluded by inviting AVP Asha on the stage.

AVP Asha shared what her life was like before and after joining Qnet to motivate the audience. She concluded by introducing VP Donna to the audience, whose first time it was to facilitate an event in Ivory Coast  She talked about how this business changed her life for the better, and concluded her speech by motivating the participants into finding 2 every month.

Overall, the crowd were very excited and charged up by the speakers, especially VP Donna and AVP Asha who were able to touch the crowd highly.

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On 19/11/12, from 7pm to 10pm, VP Donna had a meeting with 34 Wave 15 Ambassadors in Qnet agency Abdjan, where she focused on leadership skills and motivated them to be the path finders for their down lines.

On 20/11/12, 7pm to 10pm, VP Donna met with the top 150 Ivory Coast leaders in Bellcote Hotel and discussed with them the strategy of F2, and how to approach new people with this business.  AVP Asha also shared her experience in how to get close to people and bring them to this opportunity.

On 21/11/12, from 7pm to 10pm, VP Donna met with the Ivory Coast market ladies in Bellcote hotel as well, with more than 2000 ladies joining the event where she elaborated how ladies can take care of their families by doing the business the right way. She also shared her experience as a mother of 3 children and how she managed this business to become a VP. AVP Asha also shared her experience as a mother of 2 children. Overall this event was well prepared and for sure we should expect more than before from Ivory Coast.

Below are some photos from the event.

 

Learn to be Charismatic via the HBR Blog Network

There’s always something about our leaders that makes us follow them, no matter what. You probably know what that is: Charisma. That’s the mark of a good leader. We’re sure many of you want to be notable leaders, too, and in your own right. What’s stopping you? Not charismatic enough?

We came across this article today and I’m sure this will provide some insight on how YOU can be charismatic yourself! Hats off to Scott Edinger who wrote this informative piece.

Learn to be Charismatic

By Scott Edinger

What makes a leader inspiring? By far, the most common answer I hear from the thousands of leaders I’ve spoken with on the topic is “charisma.”

And who would argue? When they hear that answer, people typically nod knowingly; we all seem to recognize the power of charisma to motivate. Rosabeth Moss Kanter, recently wrote on this site about its importance.The sociologist Max Weber described it as being endowed with supernatural, superhuman, and exceptional powers.

As a practical matter though, what does one do with this information? The advice, “Go be charismatic” is about as useful as “Go be inspiring.” So what does it actually mean to be charismatic as a leader? From my experience observing and coaching hundreds of leaders, and analyzing data on thousands more, here is what I’d suggest is the constellation of qualities that constitutes charismatic leadership.

Charismatic people focus on you, not themselves. Leadership effectiveness is contextual — what works for one group doesn’t necessarily work for another. So in order to be charismatic you simply have to understand and relate to others. And the more you relate on a human level the better. Regardless of your politics it is hard to argue that Bill Clinton is nothing if not charismatic. Even people who have had the briefest of encounters with him come away feeling like they were the most important person in the room.

They tend to be extraverts. I recognize that this will be an unpopular conclusion with the introverts reading this, but the fact is charismatic leaders are people who put themselves out there. They actively seek out and engage others. They tend to be upbeat and make us feel that way, too. We all know people who can “light up a room.” This is not to say that introverts can’t be charismatic. But they do have to work harder at it, since many find social situations draining, rather than energizing.

Like all good leaders, charismatic leaders are skilled communicators. Communication is critical to any kind of management of course, but charismatic leaders are particularly expressive in their verbal communication. They are skilled and entertaining conversationalists. They tell stories. They use concrete examples. They talk about their feelings. They look for ways to invoke common ground in an audience. These skills come naturally to many, but they can certainly be learned, and improved.

They feel your pain, really. You can be good at sizing people up, engaging with them, paying attention to them, and communicating with them and still not be charismatic. Beyond all of these skills, truly charismatic leaders possess that little something extra. Empathy. They genuinely care — and people can tell. It’s what Aristotle called ethos, as it relates to your disposition or character. The most effective leaders I’ve worked with display charisma by making a genuine emotional connection forged by words and deeds that demonstrate that they understand — and really have — your best interests at heart.

The word charisma comes from the word Greek charis, meaning gift or grace. But it’s not so much a grace we’re born with as a skill that can be cultivated and, ultimately, a gift to be shared with others.

Scott Edinger is the founder of Edinger Consulting Group. He is a coauthor of the October 2011 HBR article, “Making Yourself Indispensable.” Connect with Scott at Twitter.com/ScottKEdinger.

Source: http://blogs.hbr.org/cs/2012/11/learning_charisma.html

 

Registration for LAP and VLCP is extended until September 4!

The V is extending the registration period for the Leadership Advancement Program and the V Leaders Certification Program to September 4.

These events are on a “first-come first-served” basis.  Interested participants may download the registration form here and submit on or before 4 September 2012.

On-site registration will be from 7:30 am – 8:30 am only. Training will start strictly 9:00 am.

For those who aren’t aware, the Leadership Advancement Program (LAP) is a technical training for all leaders who wish to gain more knowledge about the products, policies and procedures of the company. This is an excellent opportunity to gain mastery of our products and become a more effective, knowledgeable, and reliable leader. Successful completion of the LAP is a prerequisite for admittance into the V Leaders Certification Program.

The V Leaders Certification Program (VLCP) aims to train and assess the leadership potential and ability of the V Leaders through training sessions and examinations. If one is successful, he or she is automatically drafted into the V-ELITE LEADERS pool, an exclusive group eligible for nomination into the V Council.

You can read the full article about the programs and more event details here.

https://thevonline.wordpress.com/2012/07/23/the-v-opens-registration-for-lap-and-vlcp/

 

Source: http://www.the-v.net/news/lap-and-vlcp-pre-registration-extended/8-24-2012/en/

Read GMD Joseph Bismark’s latest blog post “The Mark of a Leader”

Here’s another good read to end the week! Check out GMD Joseph Bismark’s latest blog post, “The Mark of a Leader”. Here’s a sample:

What makes a good leader? Are leaders born or made?

I get asked these questions often.

My reply is, “Everyone has the potential to be a leader.”

There are many opportunities to lead. It’s all about taking responsibility.

These opportunities are not only found at work, but also at home. As a spouse, we lead our significant other. As parents, we lead our children. If you’re a stay-at-home mother, your children look to you for guidance. You would also be responsible for leading your domestic helper.

The question really to ponder is, “Are you taking on the responsibility to lead?”

 

Read more here.

Read VP Donna Imson’s latest blog post “Is Your Belief True or False?”

Check out VP Donna Imson’s latest blog post about belief and take the time to read through it and watch her video. Here’s a sample!

My belief made me the woman I am now. My belief is the very core of who I am. From my humble beginnings in the network marketing business to the present life I lead, my belief has kept me together and propelled me along into bigger, better, happier and more fulfilling things.

We all have a belief system. Belief is the foundation of everything created in this world. Our belief system is the aggregation of our education, life experiences, accumulated knowledge and acquired wisdom.

Read more here.