An entrepreneur is a unique type of person and they think in very specific ways. When you listen to them you may hear clues about how their brain works, and it can be very enlightening. Here are some of the ways these individuals think and suggestions for shifting your mindset to that of an entrepreneur.
To continue to engage their shoppers as well as their shareholders, retailers are getting more active in sustainable sourcing and packaging and making long-term commitments in this space. Consider the following retail programs as you assess how sustainability aligns within your health and wellbeing programs and services.
Women can be powerful allies for each other, and by performing simple, daily actions, we can advocate for and celebrate our female coworkers. To help level the corporate playing field and to advance all women in the workplace, you can express your support in the following ways.
If you work within six degrees of separation of the retail setting, you know that the period from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day is an “all hands on deck, focus on holiday sales” time frame. This is true for every retail employee, including health and wellbeing teams. As a team leader, a key role you play during this time frame is to help your staff manage their stress because in addition to added responsibilities at work, the season brings added commitments at home.
As a member of the Healthy Living Team at Giant Food I have a lot of the traditional retail dietitian responsibilities – store tours, consultation, and classes. In between all of this, I also create content for our team’s social media account on Tik Tok.
Have you ever heard the saying, “just get out of your head?” This often refers to the negative thoughts of self-doubt that can drag us down and prevent us from making productive decisions. Yet while none of us are immune to self-doubt, we all have the ability to keep it from directing our choices, and shaping our lives. Here are 5 ways you can do just that.
While dietitians always promote foods first, vitamins and supplements can be beneficial to health and wellbeing as well as a valuable profit center to the retail store. And who hasn’t seen that shopper walking up and down the supplement aisles trying to figure out what to buy?
In October, the International Floral and Produce Association (IFPA) held their annual meeting live and in person in Orlando. Their show floor is one all dietitians wish they’d see at FNCE and provided much ideation for retail dietitians and healthy living programs and promotions. Click the attached document to learn more.