Tag: motivation

  • Simplicity (and a Very Big Prize) Proves a Winner for Design 1
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    Simplicity (and a Very Big Prize) Proves a Winner for Design 1

    Where would you rather be in January – Grand Rapids, MI, where it’s dropping as low as 14 degrees? Or Las Vegas, NV, where it regularly busts 60 degrees and thousands of hairdressers from all over the country, gathered for two days of full-on education during the day and wild parties in the evening? Two […]

  • Incentives that Dare Stylists to be Fabulous, too
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    Incentives that Dare Stylists to be Fabulous, too

    The most valuable asset in our salon, like every other salon or spa in the US, is our team. To ensure progressive growth and consistent performance at Salon Jaylee, we restructured our incentives program. Over the 15-year course of our incentives program, we have offered a variety of benefits to continue to inspire and motivate […]

  • Communication Across a Huge Group
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    Communication Across a Huge Group

    The challenge of winning the hearts and minds of thousands of employees over multiple locations can often seem insurmountable, even with the aid of technology and social media. But, with everyone carrying their own portable communication device in their pocket, it has become a little easier in recent years to talk directly to our teams […]

  • Millennials as the New Boss
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    Millennials as the New Boss

    Millennials are growing up fast! And they’re quickly becoming the dominant leadership group in the American workforce. In 2015, millennial employees – born between 1980 and 2000 – outstripped the Generation X’ers to become the largest age generation of employees currently working in the US across all demographics. Even more importantly, 25% of all millennials […]

  • 5 Reasons Emotional Intelligence is Crucial for Leadership
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    5 Reasons Emotional Intelligence is Crucial for Leadership

    Emotional Intelligence was first defined by Psychologists John D. Mayer and Peter Salovey, as “the ability to monitor one’s own and others’ feelings and emotions, to discriminate among them and to use this information to guide one’s thinking and actions”. Although not a new concept, I’m predicting ‘Emotional Intelligence’ will be added to business jargon […]

  • 8 Ways to Drive Employee Engagement
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    8 Ways to Drive Employee Engagement

    The term ‘engagement’ has gone from the holy grail of the marketing plan to a source of headaches for your management team. Getting any of your stakeholders to truly invest attention and precious time in your brand is crucial to becoming relevant to that person’s psyche and ultimately your business viability. That said, the percentage […]