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Hairdressing career investment in education training.


Back2myroots : A place to share thoughts and grow idea’s. B2MR

Hairdressing  business today the skills we require. 

Over the past few posting and topic’s i have very intentionally focused on topic’s relating to training, motivation, mentoring and aspects of the hair industry.With a view to encourage sharing, personal growth, support for young stylist’s, education. All these are aspects of our industry that interest me greatly.However I will return to topic’s relating to hands on skills and technical issues so please indulge me a little longer,as we explore and encourage self improvement though education courses net working and or maybe working with a mentor or company on skills.

Investing in oneself!

What does investing in oneself really mean? Is it costly? Is it worth while? Let me tell you, investing in oneself does not have to be financial – it could simply be time well spent! We must all look in the mirror and be honest about what needs attention or adjusting, but the real key is knowing, from the bottom of your heart, what you truly want and where you want to go. Your vision. your dream,your quest.


This of course does not mean that financial expense is not part of this. Sometimes parting with hard earned cash is the driver and the motivator. to seek help, do the work, reap the rewards.

This help comes in many forms. It could be helpful books, seminars, courses, presentations, demonstrations. The key is to have a vision of what you want, where you want your career to go.

Think of your career as a bus journey. Lots of people on board with you, but hey, you’re the driver, take your eyes off the road and oops.

Are you in the driving seat? Are you driving your career ? are you in control?

The things we do define us. It’s these things that motivate, and inspire us. Question who you are, what you do, what really empowers you. The challenge is to ensure you have the right knowledge and tools to feel empowered. That feeling of positive affirmation will help you take charge and live your dream. Courses, be they technical, hands on, shows, or demonstrations, are all very worth while.

However the real motivator is being creatively challenged, getting excited, having fun at work and in your life. Over the past months my personal mission has been to build an internet presence: networking, learning to write a blog, creating a professional hairdressing group. Although at times frustrating and very challenging, it has forced me outside of my comfort zone, a place none of us like to be. Over this period I have had the great fortune to meet, share thoughts and ideas,with some really positive like minded people. These are inspirational, passionate, industry professionals.They have a vision. These are the people I want on my bus to learn from, share with, take a journey with.

I have discovered that what we put out of ourselves attracts those like minded industry professional ready to share willing to offer advice. Linkedin and the Group we have  is a prime example of net working at it’s very best. It has grown steadily attracting an international following of almost 530 members spread across the world sharing views and thoughts. It now is a size that embodies what i set out to do connect and share.I now get way more out of it than i put in. All from other  members and the contribution they make. Now i am just the caretaker.

Sometimes taking risk challenging ourselves can be so daunting. But sometimes we have to stop over thinking things and jump in.It’s oh so easy to talk over selves out of anything that might seem uncomfortable or expose our weaknesses. Remember life is a journey an adventure to be had.

Creating something new, learning something new, is not easy. At times it can be frustrating, scary, emotional, but with time, patience, commitment, it can be so rewarding. You can invest in yourself by sharing with others.Yes! Sometimes we have to put out, give something away to get so much more back. It’s the balance of the way things work.

Teaching and sharing. These are the keys to success and personal growth. What is the point in knowing lots if you don’t share? For me it comes under one umbrella, ‘experience, strength, hope.’ These three things in some ways can define who we are, what we want.

What do you want? What are you prepared to do? What lengths will you go to to fulfill your vision? You also need to look around you on the bus. Who do you want on this journey, who needs to get off at the next stop! Some will get off along the way.

That’s life and that’s ok.people get on and off along the way!

who do you want to journey with

It is my firm belief that people come into our lives for a reason. Some times it’s a lesson we need to learn. Some stay around for a while, but eventually they get off for they are on their own journey.

A very few are in for the long haul. These are the people who we exchange more than thought and vision with. We exchange energy, that motivation, that excitement, that passion, when you just know that you both get it. A key lesson learned, experience shared, same vision, same dream, same journey, although few and far between they are gold dust. Has this happened to you? If not, it can, it should, it will. Be ready, willing, and able.

Maybe you’re happier just being a passenger. If so that’s fine, it’s safe, it’s steady. But let’s face it driving the bus must be way more fun! Of course you need to learn to drive first, but eventually you may just end up being the driver, the instructor. A world of possibilities.

How do you get started

Here you are back in front of that mirror. Take a long hard look. Take your time. Be honest with your self. Do some research. See that vision. Embrace it. Now think what steps do I need to take?

We all absorb and process information in different ways. Lucky for us now with the internet. It does not have to be just books that are available to us. Research web sites. Books will always have a place as you research, make notes, line things out, keep notes. A note book is a great constant companion for those thoughts and ideas, a point of reference. Now we also have e-books, all the information on the screen at your fingertips.

Highly recommend, insightful, informative. A must as a companion and guide on this journey.


To action

Be informed, get organised, have an agenda. But make sure however challenging, it’s fun, it’s rewarding. How long will it take? How long is a piece of string? It’s up to you but once started don’t give up however frustrating it might be at times.

The key is be open to change. The path will twist, turn, and have dead ends. The unforeseen can and will happen. Being well equipped, remembering that vision, trusting in all that research are the foundations that you have laid for your future success. Surrounding yourself with the right support group, you cannot fail if you stay true to your self. Honestly evaluate progress, stay focused. Don’t be scared to step outside of your comfort zone, however uncomfortable it might be. It’s all part of the process, the journey.

Enjoy !!! I know I do……………. Mike B2MR

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Mentoring support salon challenges.


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With the start of the new year and the challenges that can face us all in these challenging economic times.We all have to able to adapt.The challenges facing both owners and mangers is one of how to steer a salon and business through these unchatered waters. We have to as managers be like the conductor of a large orchestra are team our staff well rehearsed in the role they play but we have to be open and ready for change. like that well practiced orchestra ready to step things up change the temp.switch from that orchestral tempo to jazz ! All businesses and organisation must stay flexible ready to take advantage of new opportunity and challenges.

 Education. Mentoring. Support.

The tools are all available to us but in so many cases we don’t access them. Why is this?Are we really that perfect or is it that we don’t want to expose our weaknesses? Our worst enemy is our self. Admitting that help is needed. Raising a hand saying I don’t know! How do we protect our selves from exposing our weaknesses. Ego and Fear are our worst enemy we must put them aside seek out help, skill training, Education. So many program’s and tools are available to us. Not free but not expensive it’s investing in one’s self it will give you the edge! Those tools and skills you need for success. What form does this help assistance come in? Well hands on teaching, sharing, techniques and skills. Support can come in the form of personal help from qualified skilled consultants and educators both key to spending time with listening to and learning from building up a relationship with.

Then there is the written Books, Education material. Be it new product information, maybe a new colour chart with an education section often not read and studied by stylists. They use the excuse! oh I’m hands on i like to use and feel the product! Back to those faithful friends fear and Ego. A mentor someone with an open mind with many years of experience who can share vision with you listen to you guide and advise help you to reach your goals. This can and will only work with an open mind honesty and willingness to listen do the work! Oh yes I forgot to mention none of this works unless you are committed to the tasking. Parting with some hard earned cash this show commitment. Being prepared to listen, take up the challenges. Do the work reap the rewards.

None of this is an instant fix. it a journey and an adventure built on honesty and trust the skill the experience that can be gained can be beyond your wildest dreams . The doors that can open. The opportunities that can arise. The direction your career can take are immense. The hairdressing Industry. Our chosen profession has so many career paths to choose from as a start sit down list how many different avenues could be open to you .

Such as:

Salon stylist.

Colour technician specialist in colour correction.

Educator for a colour company.

Stage work artistic team. Photographic work.

Cruise liner work.

College lecturing levels of NVQ. Salon sales,

Working for major hair colour company.

Consultant.

How much of a list can you write? Think about what your goals are? Now consider this with all the different mediums available to us Phone, Skype, Video, Internet. Help and advise it at your finger tips all you have to do is ask. Support is at hand weekly monthly updates, communication. Over the coming weeks it is my hope to be able to offer access to these types of tools, support, consultation,and mentoring assistance. All these are things that you can sign up for and get involved with. It has been my goal since I started this online work posting topic’s writing blogs. To be able to offer support provide the tools to inspire and raise the professional bar standards and image of our industry and profession.

I would like feed back comments thoughts on this topic. Mike B2MR

I can offer assistance and help with education technical skills information available via my web site http://www.back2myroots.co.uk/

The two links below. Offer access to both written material and online mentoring coaching support program.

http://www.doubleyoursalonsales.com/   http://thesalonsuccessclub.ning.com/

 

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Hair stylists asking for help seeking advise!


Back2myroots : A place to share thoughts and grow idea’s. B2MR

What is it that holds salon owners back from asking for hep and advise!  What makes salon owners wary of accepting offers of help and guidance?

Why are many salon owners stylist’s so hesitant to consider alternatives. possible new ways of looking at situation old repeating issues and problems.

These might be operational business improvement salon training. What holds us back from facing up to personal assessment and growth?

We can hide behind a mask!

What is it that holds so many of us back?  

After many visits to many salons talking with some owners who have been kind enough to allow me a little time I have concluded it’s.

Three issues:

Trust, Fear, Money!

We can face up to things ask for help!

Not always in this order but one or all of the above. I see so many salon’s struggling to find an identity. So many al trying the same approach to find an endless stream of new clients. As one new salon open’s  one just down the road fails. Constant signs in windows experienced stylists required.

Yet in these same salons. The staff are standing around or maybe seated on the nice garden set out front of the salon smoking.

Is it not time to take a step back and really look at what you have and the direction you are going in ? If that direction is backward or stationary then you need help.

We all need help from time to time. 

It is so easy to wonder off the path we have chosen or the course we have laid in. It’s time like these that an out side set of eyes a fresh approach can help.

Will it does it cost? Yes of course but it should be that you pay by result! Or that the results are such that it was a good investment.

We talk so much about training continued skill up dates .Why not business maintenance and check up

from goals to vision to staffing and training?

I see many salons now also calling them selves an academy. These same salons are not very busy are posting adds constantly for staff . Why would any stylist pay to do a one day or one week course at an establishment like this ?

Training of young creative trainee’s is the same deal. It’s not just cheap labor! Be they employed or on some government scheme they still should get the highest standard of training possible.

If you are running a salon teaching training skills at any level are you team qualified to do this?

Maybe you should be concentrate on the salon and not have the school /academy leave that to the colleges and certified establishments!

Reach out for that hand of help!

Taking on an apprentice is a huge commitment when you really consider the journey. A young and impressionable trainee fresh out of school . Over a given period lest say 3 years you teach them every aspect of our industry not just practical and theory. Also communication service and consultation skills,

You also become a mentor to young person who you will influencing as they move from young adult into a fully qualified free thinking fully trained adult and hopefully a professional stylist.

Can you are you equipped for this ?  Is you salon do you have the right team in place? Time to be honest!

Just like having certain skills or  specialising in any given field be it Colouring. Cutting. Up/do wedding and event hair. Training is a skill to be learned. Maybe many of us should decide what we really want! Maybe owning and managing your salon should be enough for you if so make it the best it can be surround your self with the right people.

Never forget that our business is built on what I call the.

” The Three R’s’ Reputation. Recommendation. Retention! 

It’s not built on that constant looking for new clients, it’s looking after what you have!

It’s investing in your self and your business and those around you.

Its relating to your clients addressing their issues, listening to them . Being honest open and genuine. remembering little things about them  their life that last visit or conversation. health issues worries confidences should be kept ‘Never discussed’!!  Rather than talking about your self the coming week end the holiday the normal hip pocket who cares conversations so often associated with the hair salon and stylists.

Remember it is possible to have a long term last relationship with your client care for them and they will care for and about you they will help you build a successful business.

Loyalty. Respect. The attributes we earn through our actions. The service we offer.the care we take.

Mike B2MR

 
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Hairdressing Tips and Tricks.


Welcome to BACK2MYROOTS B2MR:

 A place to share thoughts post comments and idea’s on matters relating to hair colouring skill and techniques and anything industry related.


 

TIPS AND TRICKS:

What does this mean exactly? For me it’s sharing anything and everything.It’s not about short cuts or breaking rules! It’s sharing all those things that we learn and experience along the way. Those things that could save you from a pitfall or at least help you get out of one!

What does it cover ?Anything and everything. All that is us. All that make us stylist, salon owners, business owners, it covers skill knowledge, both technical and practical, life skills, people skills, business skills.

None of us are perfect. None of us know everything. But some know more than others, I’m not talking qualifications I’m talking about experience those skills we have learned along the way.Thus allowing us to share what we have learned along the way.

 

It is my opinion that however good we are. However much we know. What ever skills we have if we do not share it pass it on use it to encourage others then it’s all rather pointless.

To keep it to your self to have bragging rights to crow about how good you were are !! That’s all Ego and a waste of time. Giving back sharing is key to personal growth and greater success.

 

With all the blogs and articles I post my one goal is to share both experience and skill and knowledge.

I have been so fortunate in all the hairdressing industry has afforded me . The experiences I have had. The opportunities I have had. Some of the amazing people I have met and had the good fortune to work with.



I would very much like an opportunity to share this with as many stylist as possible to encourage mentor to challenge them to push themselves. 

To salon owners to encourage them to work with staff and team members. To share and discuss what a salon is and should be. How to get the very best from your en-devours. How to offer the highest of standards of service skill to your clients. whilst increasing sales and client retention.

I had  a young stylist write to me today asking for advise . Having left college wanting to build up a clientele get busy. Yes as we all know it’s not easy it tales commitment and hard work, However i do feel that Salon owners and managers have to help the new stylist who is committed to working hard. A guaranteed basic wage for a given period. Also a new stylist should be given all new clients to the salon for an agreed period. This shows both support and commitment. After agreed period the stylist should have proved a good client retention level and indeed added to it through recommendation.

If this is not the case the stylist has to take responsibility for both standard of work and service offered.  

 

In these challenging economic times. Having a few skills, refusing to constantly assess, honestly reflect on how things are.This a very dangerous path to walk. 

The salon is a place that is unique as are the people who work in it. As are the clients we attract. But the list of what a salon is. What it has to do to run smoothly is huge. It truly is quite a complex structure built of relationships ,honesty and trust.


Appearance, atmosphere, Image, reputation,

Staff, skill education, knowledge, people skill, passion, motivation, service, team players, dedicated. humility. sales through knowledge, respectful, caring.

Owners. Managers. Organisations. skills. Fair firm. Visionary. Sympathetic. Articulate. Service. People skills driven focused. Passion commitment. Knowledgeable . Skilled adviser. Respectful Caring,

Products: knowledge. Sales. Technical skills. On how to use products. Understand use and application.



These are all parts that together make a salon work and be successful can you tick them all off? Maybe most but a few need some attention. I think in most cases we would all be able to add to the list but also circle the need attention items. The million dollar question is Do you want to address those weaknesses!!! either as a salon owner or as an individual do you want to invest a little time and little money to reach new levels have higher standards reach new heights.

Tips and tricks is me offering to share with you all that I know and have experienced from. Salon ownership and management. To platform work. Education and sales. Artistic team member. Successful busy stylist. Communication skills. Consultation skills.

Hands on technical skills from cutting to hair colour to updo’s what do you need help with.

 

From one on one to small salon groups what are your needs.               

Contact me to start investing in your business your self your future. With my skill experience and knowledge and connection with other like minded professionals help is close at hand.

I can connect you with an online support program for you and your salon. So what are your needs?  

Mike B2MR

                         http://www.back2myroots.co.uk/


        A useful link for material that can be of so much use to both salons and stylist’s                        

                      http://www.karendavidintl.com/index.asp?pageID=2145887365


 
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New hair topic next week


Taking a short break /holiday.
Back nest week working on atopic that i hope will promote some discussion.
Hair stylist’s. Image, attitude, focus, vision.
Thank you all for your continued following.
Mike B2MR

avantgarde hair and looks

 
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Posted by on July 1, 2011 in Beauty hair salon

 

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The Salon Experience


Welcome to BACK2MYROOTS B2MR

regular postings of fresh new topic’s http://www.back2myroots.co.uk/

Salon service. Client retention. Technical skills.

 

 

I have decided to share with you some of my thoughts on the hair industry for it has played such a huge part in my journey. I hope you find it interesting and that evokes both thought and questions.

 

It is my firm belief that in this day and age and in such competitive times the only way to increase and expand your client base is through referral and recommendation it is so important to retain both new and existing clients. This is achieved through excellence in service, communication and technical ability, Knowledge.

This can only be done through High standards of Service, communication and consultation skills. Education, team work and effective leadership by those who are training new stylists.

 

 

Service and Communication

So let’s take a look into a salon!

 

One of the main reason for client loss from a salon is dissatisfaction from either the service or the final result. It is a fact that 50% of clients visiting a salon for the first time do not return! Why? That’s a huge loss of client’s and repeat business

 

Taking short cuts and compromising one’s standards and professional ethics leads to client dissatisfaction.

 

When a client leaves a salon unhappy! How much damage can they do to your reputation?

 

When a client leaves happy they will recommend you to others.They will get stopped in the street. Potentially a happy client will recommend you to 5 friends who in turn have 5 friends.

You are building your business on your communication skills. creativity. knowledge.The best way to build a loyal clientele is by being. Sympathetic to a clients needs, listening, professional consultation and by giving honest advise.

 

Guess what an unhappy client can and will do? You got it – 5 friends will leave with them.

We have to be on top of products new techniques. We cannot only trust in what the sales rep or Manufacturer tells us.

These days we have to know and understand more than ever. The chemistry of our products the effects that they can have, how they will interact with other products.

The client who wants to switch from home colour to professional. The Client. Who has put henna on her hair buts wants to switch to professional permanent colour! Could she? Should she? or He!

 

 

Having that edge offering that bit more!

 

So after building up a strong client base with strong client retention. Do you ever wonder why? Every five to six weeks you have a somewhat quiet week with not a lot booked? You start to ask yourself the question? What am I doing wrong? Am I losing my touch? Well let’s see.

 

We have all had one of these. That crazy Saturday could be any day you fitted all those extra clients in. You were on a role and had a huge money day.

 

You call your boss and say. Guess what I did today. You leave work on cloud nine thinking that’s it. Every day could be like this. I really feel I have made it.

 

Now let’s just think about this and break it down. Was it really a success?

 

You took short cuts. You compromised your clients who had services booked. You kept clients waiting. You rushed through things. Guess what – you lost clients.

 

Instead of running the show you created chaos and did not give your regular clients your full attention and service. They go else where – and yes. They go with their 5 friends.

 

So by having a crazy busy day it cost you. Short term gain meant long term loss. The key is service, attention to detail, and making that client feel special.

That 6 week Lull!

You will never get beyond having a 5 to 6 week lull until you look beyond the quick hit money-making day. Take care of the clients offering the highest standard of Service.

Your takings your wages will follow.

 

 

Sitting around does not look good for business nor does it inspire clients. If your not busy then get busy!

 

 

Consultation key time:

 

You need time for the consultation. This is your time to shine. The time that reassures your client that they are special That you are considerate and that you understand their needs and wants. Your client sees you are prepared to take that extra time to use your knowledge to make them feel comfortable and safe in a professional’s hands. It is this service that gets you talked about and recommended. It is this standard of exemplary service that leads to both client retention and recommendation . Those communication and consultation skills.

A great tool to help you improve those skills take an honest look at the way you treat your clients is this little Gem of a book soon to be available through both web site and blog site. Are you ready to take the challenge!    http://www.doubleyoursalonsales.com/

 

Good luck strive to be the best you can. Mike B2MR

 

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Education,consultation,mentoring,support


Welcome to BACK2MYROOTS B2MR regular postings of fresh new topic’s

http://www.back2myroots.co.uk/

 

Education. Mentoring. Support.

These tools are all available to us but in so many cases we don’t access them. Why is this?Are we really that perfect or is it that we don’t want to expose our weaknesses?

Our worst enemy is our self. Admitting that help is needed. Raising a hand saying I don’t know! How do we protect our selves from exposing our weaknesses. Ego and Fear are our worst enemy we must put them aside seek out help, skill training, Education.

So many program’s and tools are available to us. Not free but not expensive it’s investing in one’s self it will give you the edge! Those tools and skills you need for success.

What form does this help assistance come in? Well hands on teaching, sharing, techniques and skills.

 

Support can come in the form of personal help from qualified skilled consultants and educators both key to spending time with listening to and learning from building up a relationship with.

Then there is the written Books, Education material. Be it new product information, maybe a new colour chart with an education section often not read and studied by stylists. They use the excuse! oh I’m hands on i like to use and feel the product! Back to those faithful friends fear and Ego.

 

A mentor someone with an open mind with many years of experience who can share vision with you listen to you guide and advise help you to reach your goals. This can and will only work with an open mind honesty and willingness to listen do the work!

Oh yes I forgot to mention none of this works unless you are committed to the tasking. Parting with some hard earned cash this show commitment. Being prepared to listen, take up the challenges. Do the work reap the rewards.

None of this is an instant fix. it a journey and an adventure built on honesty and trust the skill the experience that can be gained can be beyond your wildest dreams .

The doors that can open. The opportunities that can arise. The direction your career can take are immense.

The hairdressing Industry. Our chosen profession has so many career paths to choose from as a start sit down list how many different avenues could be open to you .

Such as:

Salon stylist.

Colour technician specialist in colour correction.

Educator for a colour company.

Stage work artistic team.

Photographic work.

Cruise liner work.

College lecturing levels of NVQ.

Salon sales,

Working for major hair colour company.

Consultant.

How much of a list can you write? Think about what your goals are?

Now consider this with all the different mediums available to us Phone, Skype, Video, Internet.

Help and advise it at your finger tips all you have to do is ask. Support is at hand weekly monthly updates, communication.

Over the coming weeks it is my hope to be able to offer access to these types of tools, support, consultation,and mentoring assistance.

All these are things that you can sign up for and get involved with. It has been my goal since I started this online work posting topic’s writing blogs. To be able to offer support provide the tools to inspire and raise the professional bar standards and image of our industry and profession.

I would like feed back comments thoughts on this topic.

Mike B2MR

I can offer assistance and help with education technical skills information available via my web site

http://www.back2myroots.co.uk/

The two links below. Offer access to both written material and online mentoring coaching support program.

 

 

http://www.doubleyoursalonsales.com/

http://thesalonsuccessclub.ning.com/

 

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