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Building an Efficient, Effective, Productive & Profitable Aesthetic Business

08.01.2017 · Posted in Articles

The reality of owning and operating a business is that you only stay in business if you are making money. Which means you have to quickly adapt to changing conditions, trends, technology, and consumer buying habits if the business is to remain viable. Staying relevant in a quickly changing industry takes accurate insight, commitment and ...

Micromanaging Could Be Damaging Your Business

01.18.2017 · Posted in Articles

 Control freaks rarely know that they are one.  Could you be one? If you recognize some of these traits in yourself … you could be. Signs you might be Micromanaging You believe your smarter, quicker, and more skilled than your employees You interrupt when an employee is in conversation with a client, because you think you ...

Workshop + Wisdom: Cracking the Code of Beauty Business Success

02.06.2016 · Posted in Articles

Beauty business guru Caroline Nelson will be empowering salon, spa and clinic owners around the country in 2016 with a series of educational seminars, presented in conjunction with The Global Beauty Group.  Attendees will learn the key to surviving and thriving in the increasingly competitive beauty and aesthetics industry. As Director of Nelson Beauty Management, ...

The “No-Show” “Late-Show” “Last Minute Cancellation’ Question.

10.18.2015 · Posted in Articles

   The cost of last minute cancellations, latecomers, and worst still no shows has an enormous impact on profits in the aesthetic industry. But it can also have a cost on our staffs self-worth, because let’s face it no one likes to be stood up or kept waiting. If our professionals are there with their ...

Is Your Business Commercially Sound?

10.09.2015 · Posted in Articles

  Today’s highly competitive marketplace has resulted in some brutal price wars between salons and clinics, making it difficult to keep financially viable for some businesses. Slashing prices might work in the short term to get a few extra clients through the door but if the business is not operating on a sound commercial base it ...

Signs you might be Micromanaging

09.22.2015 · Posted in Articles

Signs you might be Micromanaging You interrupt when an employee is in conversation with a client, because you think you will do better You hover over employees when they are trying to close a sale Rearrange the computer bookings so you can do a service instead of allowing the therapist who booked the client Discourage ...

Creating the Right Conditions for Business Success

05.04.2015 · Posted in Articles

 As individuals we are responsible for our own success but it goes without saying that we need to give ourselves every chance to succeed. To do this we need to know that each business decision we make is based on accurate facts so that all actions we take will move us closer to achieving results. ...

The Role of the Business Mentor and Coach

08.01.2014 · Posted in Articles

  In the current economy many managers are facing challenges they’ve never experienced before, challenges their own expertise dedication and commitment are finding hard to overcome. In fact some are leaving the spa industry because the stress of finding answers managing employees and reaching targets is becoming overwhelmingly difficult. They often feel isolated with no ...

Is the Lack of Time Killing Your Business?

04.14.2014 · Posted in Articles

Or has it just become so overwhelming its slowly sucking the life out of both you and the business. Well before you give up your ‘Superwoman’ cape and get off the merry-go round consider the possibility of learning some new life business skills that could free up much needed ‘extra time’.   The first thing ...

Motivated Employees are your Businesses Most Valuable Asset

08.19.2013 · Posted in Articles

Keep them satisfied and on the job and you will save the ever mounting cost of recruiting and training. And the easiest way to motivate them is by adding value in the work place, recognising their contribution, offering well deserved praise and compensation rewards. Retention of good staff is not just about wage and bonuses. ...

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