HRS Invictus is a firm believer that success happens where you plant positivity. We place importance on being confident and positive, just as much as we do for other aspects of our business. “A key area that helps us develop ourselves and distinguish us further is our continuous investment in our confident/positive representatives. Most people assume that businesses grow by investing more money into an already existing business. However, at HRS Invictus we believe that people/crew members are the number one cause and face of a company,” says Nikesh Patel, managing director of HRS Invictus. One of the most significant factors we noticed is that investing in our agents helps us evaluate specific areas of our company so that we are always on top of our game.
Owners usually tend to lay away from the idea the implementing a sturdy agent-centred training and education program as they fear it is going to cost a lot, and it won’t be worth it. We don’t believe this; it is the total opposite for us. “Putting faith and effort into your agents will be the best thing in the long run. Training them is the first step to giving yourself a strong base and foundation of a company. According to various studies, they mentioned inside promotional hires versus external hires. This is also a big perk of investing in workers rather than the firm itself because that specific individual will later show skill, dedication and loyalty towards the company that help him along the way,” says Nikesh Patel of HRS Invictus.
Not only this but investing in your agents means that you are investing in the long run for your company. You aren’t just thinking about a year from now. Instead, you’re thinking about growth for the next ten years. By organising a crew of trained professionals within your firm, you’ve made it easier for you to grasp the concept of success through your own way. Continually educating your members as well as showing them the perks of this industry, investing them will prove to be beneficial more than just consuming your company through money.