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Want to hear something crazy? The plot from the movie Armageddon has become a little bit more realistic today. What!? Yes, I know it sounds crazy but it’s true. According to CNN, scientists from the European Space Agency (ESA) has confirmed that the “Philae probe has landed on the surface of a comet.”
So it’s true, Bruce Willis and a team of oil drillers could potentially land on a comet or asteroid and save the human race, right? Whether or not that could actually ever happen, the mere fact that humans were able to accomplish such a feat is simply amazing. It’s also a good opportunity to realize what we can obtain through great teamwork—sounds cheesy, but it’s true.
Wonderful things happen when a team works well together. It’s been proven by great sports teams of the past, innovative companies that have changed the way we go about our daily lives and instances such as today with the spacecraft landing. Nevertheless, these moments are typically never reached with ease. There are usually problems or hardships that must be overcome in order to reach the main goal. In the corporate world, one of these issues is sales turnover.
3 Ways To Top Turnover
Sales turnover is a serious problem for many companies, yet it’s not impossible to overcome. One of the best dealership solutions is to tackle turnover is with fundamental teamwork. Here are some easy ways to build a team of salespeople that will work hard together and enjoy working at your company, all at once—and therefore, help lower turnover:
So what’s the main lesson here? Bruce Willis and Ben Affleck could potentially blast off into outer space and land on an apocalyptic asteroid to save mankind someday, yes. But also that they or the brilliant scientists at the ESA, NASA, etc. could never accomplish the astounding work they do if it wasn’t for their fantastic teamwork.
The same goes for those in the auto industry looking for dealership solutions. Turnover is a tough obstacle to overcome if you’re constantly losing employees. Therefore, the best way to combat that is by hiring the right people who work well together and are able to succeed at your company for the long run.