Back in 1985, there were some groups that met twice a month instead of every week. Those groups passed 52% fewer referrals than groups that met weekly. By 1986, all BNI groups met weekly.
The members who have fewest absences close the most business. Fewer absences = more referrals. Three absences in six months (the maximum) lead to 73% less business.
Has your chapter taken steps to improve attendance? What kind of results have you seen? Share your experience in the comments.
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