This is a rebroadcast of Episode 289, where you can find many comments from BNI members.
This week John Meyer, U.S. National Director of Field Affairs for BNI and Executive Director of BNI Ohio, joins Dr. Misner on the podcast to talk about the Thank You for Closed Business (TYCB) system, which measures the business passed between BNI members.
Why do we report closed business on TYCB slips?
- We want to thank the people who give us referrals that turn into business and provide recognition.
- We want to make sure that members pass qualified referrals.
- We want to maintain accountability within the chapter.
What is reported on TYCB slips?
This varies by type of business, but in general it’s the gross income to the BNI member as the result of the referral. For more details, click here to download the “Thank You for Closed Business” Explanation PDF.
How is TYCB reported?
You can either fill out a green TYCB slip at a meeting or online through BNI Connect, where you can also track your own closed business. If you are not on BNI Connect, or if the Member Module has not been enabled in your region, talk to your Executive Director.
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