Ameann DeJohn
www.ameann.com
Developing

   Structure
in

 Your
Business


The key components to getting your
  staff running the business for you
Like a puzzle, your business is nothing if
not organized and with all the pieces in
place.

A great product, wonderful ser...
You
Ask
Jane…

  where can I find a pencil?
Jane
says…

 “ask Doug, I think he knows where they are.”

Doug
says…

 “ask Beth, she orders supplies.”

Beth
says…

 ...
It’s
the
End
of
the
Day

  and I’m still looking for a pencil!
What
If
You
Could
Focus
on

More
Important
Things?



o  budget
o  marketing
o  new machines
o  research
o  advertising
o ...
I.
Every
Member
of

 Your
Staff
Needs
a


     Job
Descrip@on

CreaBng
Job
Descrip@ons

  have your staff write their own
  o  what do you do on a day to day basis?
  o  what do you wa...
Do
Not
Ask
What
They
Do

Not
Like
About
Their
Jobs

- ask what they don’t like overall

 what would you like to see diffe...
Their
Words












=


Their
Jobs

WriBng
Job
Descrip@ons


 Take your staff input and create a job
  description based on what they do and
  what you need ...
I enter the mailing list into the database and I contact
customers when we have events or promotions!

> Database Manager ...
Job
DescripBons
Mee@ng

    Schedule a meeting to hand out job
1   descriptions and discuss purpose and how
    you see th...
Your
Staff
is
Empowered

   they know their responsibilities
   they know who is doing what
   you can focus on more imp...
II.
Choose
Great

    Management

Elect
Managers

You Can’t Be Everything
  Employees spend so much time giving themselves that it is important
   that the...
This?


         YOU
Or
This?

            YOU
Add
Key
Players
as
Managers
Be

Behind
Them
100%

         If Not…

          They become disgruntled
           They lo...
II.
Put
it
to
Work

Weekly
Manager

                      MeeBngs


 learn what is going on in the company
 spend more time with the manager...
Manager
MeeBngs
with

Employees

Direct your managers to have employee meetings 1 time
each month
  1 hour meeting

  ½ ...
Decision
Making
Time

3 Months from Implementation

 is the situation improved?
 gauge the motivation, success and work ...
Who
is

With
You?


  Usually by now the people
  that you had doubts about
  are ready to leave

  This is the time for...
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Finding Solutions for the Beauty Industry

www.ameann.com

Direct: 818.521.4593
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  1. 1. Ameann DeJohn www.ameann.com
  2. 2. Developing
 Structure
in
 Your
Business
 The key components to getting your staff running the business for you
  3. 3. Like a puzzle, your business is nothing if not organized and with all the pieces in place. A great product, wonderful services and a beautiful atmosphere is not enough to run your business.
  4. 4. You
Ask
Jane…
   where can I find a pencil?
  5. 5. Jane
says…
  “ask Doug, I think he knows where they are.” Doug
says…
  “ask Beth, she orders supplies.” Beth
says…
  “no I don’t, John does.” John
says…
  “ask Jane.”
  6. 6. It’s
the
End
of
the
Day
   and I’m still looking for a pencil!
  7. 7. What
If
You
Could
Focus
on
 More
Important
Things?

 o  budget o  marketing o  new machines o  research o  advertising o  growing the business
  8. 8. I.
Every
Member
of
 Your
Staff
Needs
a

 Job
Descrip@on

  9. 9. CreaBng
Job
Descrip@ons
   have your staff write their own o  what do you do on a day to day basis? o  what do you want to do here?
  10. 10. Do
Not
Ask
What
They
Do
 Not
Like
About
Their
Jobs
 - ask what they don’t like overall  what would you like to see different?  what
are
your
suggesBons
on
how
to
 make
the
company
beIer?


  11. 11. Their
Words

 









=

 Their
Jobs

  12. 12. WriBng
Job
Descrip@ons
  Take your staff input and create a job description based on what they do and what you need them to do  Or, refine existing job descriptions based on what they do
  13. 13. I enter the mailing list into the database and I contact customers when we have events or promotions! > Database Manager and Customer Loyalty Program Coordinator I’m always finding new products online and in magazines. I wish we could sell them and use them here.! > New Product Coordinator, Sales I make sure the client files are organized and up to date, then I file them! > Lead Assistant, Filing, Creating New Systems I’m always putting out fires and telling the girls how to handle situations! > Manager
  14. 14. Job
DescripBons
Mee@ng
 Schedule a meeting to hand out job 1 descriptions and discuss purpose and how you see the company benefiting from this implementation Tell them they have 2-3 days to review 2 their descriptions and add to it. This is their time to make changes. Announce 3 month reviews for 3 entire staff.
  15. 15. Your
Staff
is
Empowered
   they know their responsibilities   they know who is doing what   you can focus on more important things
  16. 16. II.
Choose
Great
 Management

  17. 17. Elect
Managers
 You Can’t Be Everything   Employees spend so much time giving themselves that it is important that they feel they are getting that from their boss   Elect managers who you are comfortable with   Look for people who see the big vision and company goals   Choose someone who is not ultra sensitive to direct or tough communication   A manager is a great way to diffuse a situation before it comes to you   Elect 1 manager to every 5-10 employees
  18. 18. This?
 YOU
  19. 19. Or
This?
 YOU
  20. 20. Add
Key
Players
as
Managers
Be
 Behind
Them
100%
 If Not…  They become disgruntled   They lose motivation   No one sees the greater good of the company   No one minds goals
  21. 21. II.
Put
it
to
Work

  22. 22. Weekly
Manager
 MeeBngs
  learn what is going on in the company  spend more time with the managers than you spend with the employees  bond with the managers and let the managers bond with their group. Don’t cross the lines.  back them and listen to their concerns
  23. 23. Manager
MeeBngs
with
 Employees
 Direct your managers to have employee meetings 1 time each month   1 hour meeting   ½ hour training   ½ hour positives like company goals and upcoming events > managers disseminate owner’s info to employees
  24. 24. Decision
Making
Time
 3 Months from Implementation  is the situation improved?  gauge the motivation, success and work of your staff  this is the time to make changes!
  25. 25. Who
is
 With
You?

   Usually by now the people that you had doubts about are ready to leave   This is the time for that to happen   Others that are happy with the new structure will flourish
  26. 26. AMEANN SOLUTIONS Finding Solutions for the Beauty Industry www.ameann.com Direct: 818.521.4593

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