If you want to save your clientele and reputation, you have got to leave your salon in the most professional way every time you make a move
When it comes to leaving a salon I’ve heard stories of the good, bad and ugly. The smartest stylists today are always worried most about how their clients will best handle the transition, how to preserve as much clientele as possible and how to stay on good terms with their current salon owner.
This week we’ll dive in to making the leap prepared in the best possible way.
Hi-lights you won’t want to miss:
>>>(1:16)-How I define leaving “successfully”
>>>(3:35)-The very first step to take when preparing for a move, especially one out-of-state
>>> (4:45)-Why you need to check your lease very carefully, and abide by it, before leaving
>>>(8:50)-How consistent communication between all parties will make the move easier for everyone
>>>(11:00)-What notice you should give to clients and what to avoid at all times when doing this
>>>(15:20)-The messaging to use when leaving and the strategies for retaining as many clients as possible
>>>(20:35)-One important thing that most stylists don’t do when leaving their salon