RDBA invites you to join Phil Lempert and Stephanie Schultz for a follow-up discussion on Phil’s Annual Food Trend Forecast. This webinar will take place on Thursday, June 15th from 1-2PM CT. Phil and Stephanie will dive further into the details of his trend forecast.
Managing a project seems simple enough but many retail dietitians are trying to oversee multiple projects at a time. That’s a lot of spinning plates to keep in the air! Successful project management is mostly about understanding what it takes to see each project through to the finish, and about how to navigate around potential roadblocks effectively. Here are five things every great project manager should do.
Regardless of how big your retail dietitian team is or which department you report to, there will come a time when the tools and resources available within your organization may be limited, and outside support can be what your program needs to truly succeed. Here are examples of partners that exist and how they can help you level up your nutrition offerings – especially if your company is already collaborating with these outside organizations.
Our work and personal life seem to be full of problems, some big and some small, that need solving. But facing problems and learning how to solve them is necessary to grow and expand as a person and a professional. Problem solving is an important ability for retail dietitians to master, and it is a necessary skill for career development. Here are five characteristics that can help you become a fearless problem solver.