WELCOME TO THE SALON OWNERS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 6 WEEK ONLINE COURSE! THANK YOU SO MUCH
FOR JOINING ME! I AM SO GLAD YOU ARE HERE!
I recommend only watching 1 webinar a week, this way you can implement your homework week per week and not feel overwhelmed! Also be sure to watch the webinar first, and then you can check out the quick links, PDF files, and homework! Let's get started!!
CLICK HERE TO JOIN MY PRIVATE FACEBOOK GROUP JUST FOR SALON OWNERS!
*PLEASE NOTE- This session will not have a LIVE Q and A. If you have any questions feel free to email me along the way!
WEEK 1- FOR THE LOVE OF LEADERSHIP!
WEEK 2 - BE YOUR BRAND
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WEEK 3- TEAM WITH A CAPITAL T
*Disclaimer- “Working interview” If you are going to have a stylists come in for that 3rd or 4th interview, I recommend calling it an interactive interview. It is only 2 hours where they are interviewed by the team and maybe interact with the guests. If you are going to have them answer phones, fold towels, or do any kind of work, they MUST be paid for that time. Be sure to look up minimum wage in your state and be in compliance with your labor laws.
*Disclaimer for handbook. If you do not have handbook and want implement this into your business. Please do it slowly and explain why you are implementing it. You may get push back from your team. Also, Please be sure the rules, regs and compensation are compliant to the labor laws in your state in terms of your handbook. I highly recommend having your handbook looked over by an attorney before implementing it to your team.
WEEK 4- BUILDING YOUR BUSINESS
WITH BENCHMARKS Click here to download my stylist level system! *This level system is just a guide. Follow your labor laws.
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WEEK 5- MEET YOUR MARKETING
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WEEK 6 - MANAGE THAT MONEY
The profit guide was created for commissioned owners.
However, Here is a simple formula for booth rental owners to ensure you are charging properly for your chairs.
*You calculate your expenses and add in your projected profit %. Then you multiply that number by your profit %.
Then you divide that by how many chairs you are renting out.
That will give you your weekly charge rate.
Plus you have to check out your demographic and see what others are charging to see if you are in line…