The Hard Truth About Your Salon’s Culture

As a Salon Owner, it can be so easy to get sucked into what I call “shiny object syndrome”, especially when you first open your business…press pause on that team retreat for now!

Tara is going to share her strategies around how to build an amazing team culture so that your team won’t leave… and how to be flexible in your business. It’s time to do less, but do it better and establish the core of your business before you can grow…

Why a Good Team Member Stops Performing

Is this you?

Your current team doesn’t want to work Saturdays or late nights, and they aren’t hitting their targets, yet come to you asking for a pay rise… OMG are they serious?! And when you try to hire someone new, it’s crickets! It seems like nobody wants to work these days…is this familiar?

Your Salon Is Not as Irreplaceable as You Think

What do you want your Salon to be known for? Why should a client choose your Salon over the one down the road?

Janine Jarman aka the Queen of Perms is the founder of Curl Cult. With over 20 years of experience in the industry as a hairstylist, educator, Salon Owner, and now CEO, Janine knows what it takes to create a unique product offering that people LOVE and will always purchase. 

Does Increasing Your Prices Make You a Better Salon Owner?

In reality, this holds so many Salon Owners back from success…and reaching their full potential.

Instead of feeling confident about your experience and your Salon’s prices, you instead have this overwhelming urge to compare yourself to other Salons, to discount your services, to apologise before anything has even gone wrong, all due to the fact that you’re worried that if you don’t, that client will go elsewhere.  

Imposter Syndrome: Controlling the Voice Inside Your Head

Have you ever felt like you’re a wolf in sheep’s clothing? 

You feel like you own a seemingly successful salon, with a great team and loyal clients… but you still experience waves of anxiety and loneliness that often roll through your mind. You begin to wonder: is this all too good to be true?

If you have experienced this, then you are not alone!