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Direct Selling Field CEO Or Ivory Tower CEO?

 

As an active leader in Direct Selling / MLM / Network Marketing it would be nice to have access to the CEO of your company, introducing new (prospect) field leaders to the management and closing the sign up process together.

You want to see your CEO at conventions or regionals to meet and greet with new distributors and prospects. You want your CEO participate in industry events, showing his active support for our great profession. You want him maintain an active Facebook profile.

What happens is that over time, the CEO can become out of touch with the experiences and problems of those that actually get the work done — the active distributors who interact directly with the people who pay the bills — the customers.

In Direct Selling there are 2 kind of CEO’s: Field CEO‘s easy to access, and the Ivory Tower CEO‘s who concentrate on managing the company from behind their desk and hiding behind the staff or his/her personal assistance. Often those CEO’s have no experience as field leaders. You see ivory tower CEO’s in mature, slow growing companies. They watch the shop.

Appoint a CEO from outside the industry and chances he/she messes up are significant.

For an active leading distributor an ivory tower CEO is of less use. It is the same as a distributor going into Management Mode. Instead of signing up new distributors a Distributor in Management Mode is telling his team what to do. That did not work in the last decades and will not work ever…. You have to lead and grow by example as a distributor and as CEO.

Due to the pressures of leadership, and the time demands, there is a tendency for Direct Selling CEO’s to spend most of their time with corporate managers in the office, focusing on the big issues, or the strategic issues. Those thing are important, of course. However the money, momentum and shareholders value is in the field….

Strong Direct Selling CEO’s can delegate most operational issue’s to their managers and should be in the field at least 2 days a week.

The ivory tower syndrome process is a natural and common process that can affect most busy CEO’s, unless the executive pays conscious attention, and allocates time, to stay in touch with those who made the company: active distributors and customers…

Below list are the Field CEO’s in fast growing Direct Selling Companies, alphabetical ordered, if we missed a great field CEO please comment in the facebook section 🙂

RankNameCountryCEO NameWebsite
1
5Linx
United States
William Faucette
https://www.5linx.com
2
ACN
United States
Greg Provenzano
https://www.acninc.com
3
Agel (JRJR Networks)
United States
Glen Jensen
https://www.agel.com
4
Alliance In Motion
Philippines
Ed Cabantog
https://www.allianceinmotion.com
5
Arbonne International
United States
Kay Napier
https://www.arbonne.com
6
ARIIX
United States
Fred Cooper
https://www.ariix.com
7
ASEA
United States
Chuck Funke
https://www.asea.net
8
bHIP Global
United States
Terry LaCore
https://www.bhipglobal.com
9
Buyezee
United States
Daniela Claudia Szasz
https://www.buyezee.com
10
Cabi Online
United States
Kimberly Inskeep
https://www.cabionline.com
11
Chloe and Isabel
United States
Chantel Waterbury
https://www.chloeandisabel.com
12
Divvee Social
United States
Darren Olayan
https://www.divvee.social
13
DoTerra
United States
David Sterling
https://www.doterra.com
14
Dox
Egypt
Mohamed Hassan
https://www.doxllc.com
15
Dubli Network - Ominto
United States
Michael Hanson
https://www.dublinetwork.com
16
DXN Global
United States
Lim Siow Jin
https://www.dxn2u.com
17
Empower Network
United States
David Wood
https://www.empowernetwork.com
18
Essante Organics
United States
Michael Wenniger
https://www.essanteorganics.com
19
Evolv Health
United States
Brent Hicks
https://www.evolvhealth.com
20
Flavon Group
Hungary
Laszlo Gaal
https://www.flavonmax.com
21
FM World
Poland
Artur Trawinski
https://www.fmworld.com
22
ForeverGreen
United States
Ron Williams
https://www.forevergreen.org
23
Fuxion
United States
Alvaro Zuniga Benavides
https://www.usafuxion.net
24
Global Wealth Trade
Canada
Ramin Mesgarlou
https://www.globalwealthtrade.com
25
GVO
United States
Joel Therien
https://www.gogvo.com
26
Herbalife
United States
Michael O. Johnson
https://www.herbalife.com
27
Hinode Cosmeticos
Brazil
Sandro Rodrigues
https://www.hinode.com.br
28
IDlife
United States
Logan Stout
https://www.idlife.com
29
Isagenix
United States
Jim Coover
https://www.isagenix.com
30
It Works! Global
United States
Mark Pentecost
https://www.myitworks.com
31
Jeunesse
United States
Randy Ray
https://www.jeunesseglobal.com
32
Jewelry in Candles
United States
Micah Buse
https://www.jewelryincandles.com
33
Jordan Essentials
United States
Nancy Bogart
https://www.jordanessentials.com
34
Karatbars
Germany
Harald Seiz
https://www.karatbars.com
35
Kyani
United States
Michael Breshears
https://www.kyani.net
36
Laguna Blends
Canada
Stuart Gray
https://www.lagunablends.com
37
Le-Vel
United States
Paul Gravette
https://www.le-vel.com
38
LEO
United Kingdom
Dan Andersson
https://www.learnearnown.com
39
Life Matters
United States
Richard Brooke
https://www.lifematters.net
40
LifeVantage
United States
Darren Jensen
https://www.lifevantage.com
41
Limitless Worldwide
United States
Steve & Melyn Campbell
https://www.limitlessworldwidellc.com
42
Mannatech
United States
Alfred Bala
https://www.mannatech.com
43
Market America
United States
JR. Ridinger
https://www.marketamerica.com
44
Mary Kay
United States
David Holl
https://www.marykay.com
45
Modere
United States
Robert Conlee
https://www.modere.com
46
MyDailyChoice
United States
Josh Zwagil
https://www.mydailychoice.com
47
Nerium Int.
United States
Jeff Olson
https://www.nerium.com
48
Oriflame
Sweden
Magnus Brannstrom
https://www.corporate.oriflame.com
49
Perfectly Posh
United States
Ann Dalton
https://www.perfectlyposh.com
50
Plexus Worldwide
United States
Tarl Robinson
https://www.plexusworldwide.com
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