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Where do I find the team that brings my team with me?


 Posted 9 days ago

As I am a team leader, I like team work. I thought of communicating with the CO-Sponsors of my team but I did not know or found them in the SFI platform!
As I am a team leader, I like team work. I thought of communicating with the CO-Sponsors of my team but I did not know or found them in the SFI platform!
Bensaad A.

Algeria

E365 Country Champion
 
Posts: 6 | Followers: 34 | Joined SFI: Oct 23, 2015

 Posted 9 days ago

Hi Bensaad, If I understand correctly, you are looking for your Co-sponsored affiliates? They can be found, just like your Sponsored affiliates, within your genealogy tab, using the Quick Filter. I hope that helps. Donald K.
Hi Bensaad,

If I understand correctly, you are looking for your Co-sponsored affiliates?
They can be found, just like your Sponsored affiliates, within your genealogy tab, using the Quick Filter.

I hope that helps.
Donald K.
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Donald K.

United States

E365 Runner Up
Gold Fast-Track
 
Posts: 405 | Followers: 229 | Joined SFI: Sep 27, 2015

 Posted 9 days ago

Hello Bensaad, its good that you like being a team leader. You should check out your genealogical groups to see how many PSA's and CSA's you have, how active they are and whose close to elevating. If you don't you'll eventually lose your CSA's. I don't think we'll have worry about you not doing your job because you care.
Hello Bensaad, its good that you like being a team leader. You should check out your genealogical groups to see how many PSA's and CSA's you have, how active they are and whose close to elevating. If you don't you'll eventually lose your CSA's. I don't think we'll have worry about you not doing your job because you care.
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Stephen B.

United States

E365 Champion
 
Posts: 356 | Followers: 126 | Joined SFI: May 21, 2017

 Posted 9 days ago

Where can I find my CSAs e-mail addresses so I can contact them? You'll find your CSA e-mail addresses on your Genealogy in the COMMUNICATION format screen—Just go to your Genealogy, select the "Communications" tab. Or, just click the envelope icon on any format screen to send an e-mail. Should I contact the CSAs who are assigned to me? One of the reasons we created the Co-Sponsorship program is so that every affiliate has another support member to assist them. So, yes, we encourage you to reach out to the Co-Sponsorship affiliates you've been assigned, especially if their Sponsor is not actively supporting them. Your Genealogy contains contact information so you can communicate with them. https://www.sfimg.com/Support/Solution?catid=26444&id=20953
Where can I find my CSAs e-mail addresses so I can contact them?

You'll find your CSA e-mail addresses on your Genealogy in the COMMUNICATION format screen—Just go to your Genealogy, select the "Communications" tab. Or, just click the envelope icon on any format screen to send an e-mail.

Should I contact the CSAs who are assigned to me?

One of the reasons we created the Co-Sponsorship program is so that every affiliate has another support member to assist them. So, yes, we encourage you to reach out to the Co-Sponsorship affiliates you've been assigned, especially if their Sponsor is not actively supporting them. Your Genealogy contains contact information so you can communicate with them.
www.sfimg.com/Support/Solution?catid=26444&id=20953

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Michael A.

Nigeria

E365 Champion
 
Posts: 1,684 | Followers: 520 | Joined SFI: May 24, 2017

 Posted 9 days ago, edited 9 days ago

Hi Bensaad! For you it is most important to have good communication with your team, and each member of your team has their co-sponsors. It is important for them to have good communication with their co-sponsors, in case they want to get additional explanations. You also have your co-sponsor with whom you can advise. I do not see the purpose of your contact with the co-sponsors of members of your team. If I have correctly understood your question. Best regards!
Hi Bensaad!


For you it is most important to have good communication with your team, and each member of your team has their co-sponsors. It is important for them to have good communication with their co-sponsors, in case they want to get additional explanations. You also have your co-sponsor with whom you can advise. I do not see the purpose of your contact with the co-sponsors of members of your team.

If I have correctly understood your question.

Best regards!
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Zoran T.

Serbia

 
Posts: 1,366 | Followers: 260 | Joined SFI: Nov 28, 2017

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