Author E.M. Kelly once said, “A boss says, ‘Go!’ A leader says, ‘Let’s go!'” And it’s true. There is so much more to being a leader than just being in charge. Great leaders are necessary for the growth and longevity of an organization.
A team of hairdressers and beauty therapists in Chichester, England are lending their support to a project to help the homeless in their area. The staff of Q Hair and Beauty take turns going out onto the streets in the evening to distribute food, water and toiletries to those in need.
MODERN asked Robert Lobetta to talk about his method for mentorship and how to encourage growth and increase confidence in hairdressers.
A company’s culture is deep-rooted values, and actions. It should embody all that you do. From your services to the way you treat clients, to your internal team dynamic, to the way you interact with your community – business culture is the foundation of a successful business.
Young leaders from the 2 to 10 Project compete to design salon cultures so strong, no employee would dare leave. Check out their innovative ideas.
When your entire team is not in sync, it creates customer service issues as well as the potential for lost profit. In this guide, Millennium Systems walks you through how to create an unstoppable, revenue-generating team.
About four years ago, St. Petersburg, Florida, salon owner Joe Connell decided to take a chance on something he had never tried before—a formal photo shoot with his staff. Connell partnered with NAHA photographer and winner, Chrystopher Benson, brought together his 90 staff members and unleashed their creativity!
When Salon Today recently polled owners and managers about staff meetings, a number revealed they keep their team engaged by playing games that foster camaraderie and teamwork, encourage members to share their wisdom with one another or reinforce salon education. We couldn't resist, we had to dig a little deeper, and here are their stories.
Discover the results to our first Beauty Pulse survey on staff meetings, discover salon owners' favorite ways of engaging team members, and participate in the next survey.
ESON's Joanne Magana offers up an exercise for boosting the Emotional Intelligence of salon owners and their teams.
With the huge importance that Instagram plays in marketing and building a clientele, it only makes sense that stylists need to be adept at the skills of the social media trade. At Luxury Brand Partner's Idealogue in New York, three salon owners came up with the idea to partner on an educational event centered on social media and photography.
In order to strengthen their culture at Gadabout SalonSpas, Frank and Jana Westerbeke strive to understand how each person on their team processes information. To do that they utilize the True Colors personality assessment too.
For two salon owners, a dedication to community service blends right into their business.