Trains, coaches and assists with locate fulfillment and selling. Motivates and inspires store team, developing a shared vision while modeling core values. Promotes an inclusive, collaborative approach to problem solving.
Communicates with and coaches store teams and acts as liaison to field leadership and cross functional business partnerships to effectively lead positive change. Seeks personal developmental opportunities and readily solicits feedback to build leadership skill set. Models, teaches, and promotes the Most Amazing Personal Service (MAPS) principles and standards, offering a cohesive omni channel experience. Ensures a fast and efficient register experience, remaining current on policies regarding payments, coupon acceptance, returns and exchanges, security practices and other applicable operations. Ensures team maintains consistent client communication through utilization of customer book, rewards program participation, and customer capture sign up. Attracts, recruits, hires and retains a high-performance team. Focuses on developing talent by conducting ongoing talent development discussions. Recommends changes of status of associates, including promotions, demotions, and terminations.
Interprets Key Performance Indicator reports and delivers coaching as needed. Supports, implements, and provides follow-up for all training programs, seminars, etc. Assesses and coaches store team on performance and provides performance evaluations. In partnership with the DSM, resolves all human resources issues in a timely and effective manner. Drives associate and team engagement by recognizing and rewarding employees for outstanding performance. Ensures that Store Management team adheres to all employment practices and policies. Values individuality and the diverse talents of their team. Leads the team by communicating expectations, providing guidance, delivering feedback, and empowering the team to be their best. This position is for Chico's , The Colonnade on 5th Avenue in Naples Florida. High School Diploma or GED 3+ years of retail store management experience required Must be 18 years of age or older Excellent communication, verbal, and written skills Proven excellent customer service skills with statistical track record in all areas of sales and leadership Strong organizational skills and ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment Established history in recruiting and retaining a quality sales and support staff General knowledge of apparel products (i.e., fit and fabric) Excellent leadership qualities, training and team building skills Knowledge of administrative aspects of store operations Ability to communicate with customers and staff Solid evidence of community outreach and involvement. Understands the value in supporting the community Able to stand and maneuver around sales floor and stockroom, operate register, hang / fold merchandise, reaching, and pushing / pulling Regular attendance is essential to this position in order to ensure adequate coverage to meet company objectives. Ability to work a flexible work schedule, including nights, weekends, and holidays is required. Constant Walking/Standing 67-100% of 8-Hour Shift Occasional Lifting up to 50 lbs 1-33% of 8-Hour Shift Frequent Climbing 34-66% of 8-Hour Shift. Receive alerts for other General Store Mgr E - FT Chico's The Colonnade on 5th Avenue. Certain fruits and berries are tasty and even healthy for dogs. Others can cause a range of adverse reactions from an upset stomach to renal failure or worse. Knowing which foods your dog can and can’t have is essential for his wellbeing. If you’ve ever wondered “Can dogs eat blueberries?” the answer is yes. Unlike grapes, this berry poses no risk to your pup. Below we’ll explore what makes blueberries such a great treat and the best way to incorporate them into your dog’s diet. Yes, blueberries are a great low-calorie treat for dogs. They also contain antioxidants, fiber and vitamins C and K. These nutrients support the immune system and contribute to overall health. Adding blueberries to your dog’s diet is a great way to help keep him happy and healthy. Although blueberries are a healthy treat, their small size could present a choking hazard for some dogs. Eating too many could also result in digestive upset.
Cavities in dogs are rare but may form if they eat too much sugar. Blueberries may be healthy, but they also contain sugar, so feed in moderation. Before giving your dog blueberries, talk with your veterinarian.
They’ll help you determine a safe amount based on your dog’s age, size and other factors. According to Jan Dempsey, Purina Senior Nutritionist, “Treats should make up no more than ten percent of your dog’s daily calories—even if the treats are a low-calorie and healthy option like blueberries. We always promote a one hundred percent complete and balanced diet as the main part of any pet’s diet.” Once you have your veterinarian’s recommendations, feel free to serve the suggested amount of blueberries to your dog.