I am proud to be one of the Corporate Hy-Vee Registered Dietitians in the Des Moines/Ames area. I consult patients both in-person and virtually on a variety of dietary needs, as well perform biometric and A1c screenings. One of the favorite things about my job is appearing as a guest on local TV stations and writing newspaper articles, allowing me to use my creativity at its full potential.
If you’re tracking retail industry news, you’ve likely noticed that there’s been a lot of shifting in leadership ranks lately, with promotions and new leaders announced. If this has you thinking how you maximize your opportunities at retail, assess your skill set against these five attributes of top performers.
With temperatures dropping and the holiday season approaching, your shoppers are likely busier (and more stressed) than ever. Which makes it a great time to remind them of the importance of including a variety of snacks throughout the day to help them through their busy days.
Based on its resounding success, September’s National Family Meals MonthTM has grown into a year-long movement. New data from a recent Harris Poll indicates that the campaign continues to resonate with consumers, providing objective validation for ongoing retailer participation throughout the year.
It’s no coincidence that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released a proposed rule on a new definition of healthy on the same day as the White House Summit on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health. But what is startling is the significant departure the FDA took in their proposed revisions of healthy.
Scheduling a one-on-one meeting with a senior leader from your company may cause you some anxiety, but it can be a great way to build trust and advance your career goals. Like any good meeting, it’s important prepare in advance. Here are some tips to ensure you make the most of your time together.
Last Wednesday, the White House extended team created history by hosting the second ever summit on hunger, nutrition, and health. The full strategy, as an outcome of the conference and activities leading up to the live event, is available here. This article highlights key points for retailers as well as subtle undertones of the meeting.
Work life is filled with urgent requests, pressing tasks and time-consuming needs that can leave us feeling burned out. Part of the reason may be that these seemingly important things are pulling us away from our priorities. Figuring out what you truly want to focus on and keeping that trajectory can be tricky but is possible. By identifying your priorities and, exercising personal choice and living your values will help you feel empowered and fulfilled. Here are some suggestions to get you started.