Store Directors Virtual Group:
It's About Time
A Time Management Tool Chest for Retailers
Tuesday, March 3, 2020
(1:00 pm EST / 12:00 pm CST / 11:00 AM MST/ 10:00 AM PST)
Retailing is a notoriously time intensive occupation…because of the incredible number of hours that we are open for business. But working more hours doesn’t make a manager/leader more effective.
This session is about TIME and how it can be used more effectively in a retail environment. It will also showcase four practical, effective and time-tested time management techniques all embraceable with a modicum of effort.
So, if you frequently find yourself wishing a day was 26 hours long or that there were 8 days a week, this session may be time well spent.
Participants should attend this webinar in order to learn 4 key takeaways:
- The importance of creating a “Priorities of My Life” list.
- The need to spend the first 20 minutes of your day quietly planning it.
- How to identify the distractions that ‘steal’ your minutes/hours each week.
- The ‘importance of’ and ‘how to’ delegate better by creating a functional to-do list each day.
Hosted by FMI and industry specialist Harold Lloyd, these interactive virtual meetings will help to equip store directors with invaluable insights and tools to make their roles easier and more effective.
This is the first in a series of interactive meetings for Store Management (especially new store directors) that will be taking place quarterly on the first Tuesday of the month beginning March 3.
The first webinar is free and open to both FMI Members and Non-Members. Subsequent webinars will continue to be free to FMI Members and for a fee for Non-FMI Members. Should you wish to join FMI to take advantage of our superb webinar offerings, please contact the Membership Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Harold C. Lloyd
Harold is a graduate of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and holds an MBA with honors from the University of Chicago. He has been the president of a company with 1000 employees and 14 stores and was a franchisee of a 3-unit, award-winning family restaurant group.
For the last 34 years, Harold has been the featured speaker at the food industry’s most popular events. He has created 30 top rated seminars and written 4 books. He has also created and currently facilitates nine industry related share groups.
Harold is a proud father of 3 and grandfather of 2 and lives in Virginia Beach, VA with his wife, Deanna.
Harold says, “I’d rather see the audience taking notes than to hear their applause.” This remark speaks to his intense desire to make a meaningful connection with his audience, which is his ultimate objective.