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Salon Leadership

How to "Serve" as a Leader

As the leader of your salon, what does it mean to serve? Salon Owner and SALON TODAY Blogger Kati Whitledge explores the different ways you can serve your team members, then gives you a pep talk stressing why it's important to keep it up.

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SALON TODAY 200 Application Live, and We Have a New Competition Category

Salon Leadership joins the competition categories on the 2020 SALON TODAY 200 application. Find out more and access the application.

Salon Leadership Series Part 1: Leaders Are Influencers

Be Inspired Salon's Kati Whitledge shares ideas on how leaders can be influencers, starting with visualizing where they are now and where they want to be in five years.

Great Leadership Ensures Industry Thrives Through Change

At this year's International SalonSpa Business Network conference, owners of multi-unit salons learn how to embrace changes in the industry by strengthening their leadership potential.

Show Your Community Some Love This Valentine's Day

Ask not what your community can do for you, but what you can do for your community. Author Quint Studer encourages business owners to adopt some community betterment projects this Valentine's Day.

Meet Our Owner: Kristin Knetchges

In the first installment of Meet Our Owner, salon manager Brittney Kurutz profiles Kristin Knetchges, co-owner of Kismet Salon in Madison, Wisconsin.

Salon Owners Connect, Compare and Grow at Data-Driven Salon Summit

The Data-Driven Salon Summit hosted by SALON TODAY and ZeeZor amassed leading salon and spa owners in Atlanta in late May. The summit inspired attendees to grow their businesses by analyzing their performance data and sharing best business practices.

Creating Leadership Opportunities Within the Salon

Annastasia Salon in Portland, Oregon, designs new leadership roles for top-performing stylists, creating more hands-on, peer-to-peer coaching opportunities.

From Making Ends Meet to Achieving Financial Freedom

Salon Muse and Blow Dry Lounge in Louisville, Kentucky was getting close to closing its doors when owner Angela Nunn sought help from Summit Salon Business Center. Together they steadied the salon's cash flow, calmed its turnover, boosted sales by 90 percent, paid off the loan and gained a loyal staff. See how.

Take a Deep Management Breath with ISBN's Webinar Series

The International SalonSpa Business Network kicks off its popular webinar series in 2016 with three programs designed to provide information, insight, opportunities and savings to the owners and managers of multi-unit salons and ...