6 Tips to Make Change Happen In Your Salon

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If you were to continue down the path you are on today and change absolutely nothing about your business tactics, strategies, or systems where would your business be a year from now?

Would you still be struggling with un-motivated staff, unsuccessful marketing and promotions, minimal retail sales, and an empty bank account? 

Have you found yourself saying “something’s got to change”? If so, have you thought about when this change needs to happen by?

How long have you been looking for solutions to your business challenges? Change doesn’t happen over night

 

What is your biggest challenge?

 

Cash flow? 

Would you agree that if we took care of this many of your other challenges would disappear?

Staff motivation?

Would you agree that if we took care of this your cash flow would increase and your bottom line would grow?

Leadership?

Would you agree that with improved leadership skills you would have the tools to mentor, guide, and creatively motivate your team?

 

What is stopping you from getting started?

 

Here are 6 Tips to Make Change Happen In Your Salon:

  1. Embrace it. change is a challenge but with it comes increased awareness and growth
  2. Get out of your comfort zone. Do things differently
  3. Create your list of intentions. Your ‘to do’ list
  4. Start with baby steps. Tackle your smallest projects first
  5. Give yourself the gift of education. Attend business building/leadership workshops and seminars
  6. Ask for help. Delegate tasks, seek coaching

Be the change in your salon.

A guest post from Tara Main of

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In The Black Salon Business Consulting provides systems, strategies, and solutions for salon growth and profitability. We inspire, motivate, and produce desired results by sharing experiences, renewing passion, setting attainable goals, and delivering tools for success. We believe in elevating cosmetology industry standards and assist salon businesses in becoming industry leaders.

 

Tara Main

Tara Main, the owner/director of In The Black Salon Business Consulting has been in the Cosmetology Industry since 1996 as a hairstylist, platform artist, salon coordinator, educator, director of a cosmetology school, and the director of a salon and spa. She is fascinated with the business of beauty and has attended numerous spa management courses and salon and spa business educational seminars, as well as college business administration program courses.

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