Please note that prices are exclusive of GST and postage.
|New Zealand Franchisee’s Guide – $10.00
|New Zealand Franchisor’s Guide – $20.00
Written for the Franchise Association of New Zealand Inc by one of New Zealand’s most experienced franchise consultants, this vital guide takes you through the necessary stages in franchising your business. It pays to get it right at the beginning, so start by buying this book.
|Profitable Partnership – $32.95
Profitable Partnerships is a “must read” for potential franchisees, existing franchisees and franchisor executives. It is written by psychologist, Greg Nathan, regarded as a foremost international expert on the people issues in franchising.
The book is literally brimming full of practical ideas, checklists and inspirational stories to help you secure a bright future in the dynamic franchising industry.
Many leading franchise companies insist their franchisor executives and franchisees read this book as part of their induction to franchising.
The Franchise E-Factor – $51.95
The Franchise E-Factor Model has helped thousands of franchisors, franchisees and franchise advisers around the globe to better understand why franchise relationships inevitably become strained.
In this new book, developer of the Franchise E-Factor, Greg Nathan, provides franchisors with over 130 practical strategies for moving franchisees through the six stages of the Franchise E-Factor into the interdependent “We” Stage.
Perfect for franchise executives to carry with them while travelling for ideas and inspiration.
Improving Field Visits – $83.95
In this book Greg Nathan puts the franchise field visit under the spotlight and shows how to improve the effectiveness of this crucial link between franchisors and franchisees.
Backed up by years of research and study of real-world franchise businesses, Greg explores the impact that field visits have on your franchise network. Through real life examples of what works and what doesn’t, the book develops a series of models of how to structure field visits, including the specialist and general model and a six-step process to improve your field visits.
This is a valuable handbook for both franchise executives and field managers. It identifies the eight specific functions of the field manager and explains how to properly support field managers so they don’t just survive, but thrive in their job.
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