Clearance Departments Don’t Have to Resemble a Bargain Barn

I saw it time and time again when I was a District Manager on my store visits.  I would see each and every display beautifully and meticulously merchandised with the customers’ convenience and sanity in mind, that is until I would take myself to that back corner deemed the “clearance section”.  This became the ‘catch… Read More

5 Simple Tips to Cool Off Team Burn Out

It happens to everyone, even your brightest most valuable players will hit burn out every once and awhile.   Although we would love to be the everlasting support and cheerleaders to every member of our team twenty four hours a day, seven days a week there will be times when our employee’s motivation may fall… Read More

3 Perspective Changers to Help Team Evolvement

One of the most vital strengths of a leader is the ability to not only create a team, but to keep ahead of its evolvement. Why is team development so important? To avoid you skipping over this portion, or worse reading through the words on auto-pilot while actually thinking of what you need to grab… Read More

A Cure for the Ruts

It’s as common as the cold, sweeping the globe, over teams, businesses, leaders, minimum wage workers, maximum wage workers, non-profit workers, it knows no bounds; the common rut can take over when you are least expecting it.  They can invade the processes of those during great success or attack others in the form of consistent failures. A team that is… Read More