Managing Change: Position Yourself Positive

Managing Change: Position Yourself Positive

Could anyone have truly predicted all the changes we have seen in our world as of late?  The entire planet has been thrust into a mode of survival in a matter of weeks.  Most individuals are now behind closed doors, riding out the storm in quarantine and isolation, businesses on lock-down, the economy reluctantly grinding to a halt.

Many questions have arisen…what of the future? 

What will our businesses look like once we can resume?  Many employees have been furloughed and even more laid-off or downsized. 

Among a valid wave of fear and uncertainty, one question looms like a shadow in the night…what does tomorrow look like?  For some of us, once thriving careers are now scattered around us, like ashes at our feet.

How we arise from this comes from our ability to be able to pivot in the moment

One thing is certain, change is inevitable, at this point.  Understanding that change and managing it appropriately will be the difference in how you emerge once the dust settles and tomorrow dawns anew.

Although the circumstance may be out of your control, managing the change is not.  You can certainly still position yourself positive among critical uncertainty.

First, you must be in agreement with yourself that today is not wasted. 

Today must include a move forward in your passions and pursuits. 

You must think beyond the now and create a new vision for your future.

One of the biggest challenges to allowing a new vision to emerge is that we are constantly fraught with the goals of prior commitments and ideas. 

Girl, that was yesterday.  Today is a new day. 

Today is a different set of circumstances, requiring a different set of objectives. 

Success comes from being able to objectively evaluate the current situation against former goals.  Are you still on track to graduate this semester?  Will you have to seek for a new position or new company?  Are you prepared for a directional move? 

When you can bring the smaller pieces into focus with the big picture and constantly align your actions to this new initiative, then you are creating a masterpiece and not just a snapshot.

Managing change and positioning yourself positive requires three main components: Acceptance, Approach and Activation.

1. Acceptance

One major challenge to managing change is that we are not always convinced that a change can be a benefit.  This is especially true when we have not invited this change, or are even prepared to accept it.  Where is the evidence this new course will be positive in any regard?  

Despite not having all the answers or information, we can still lead ourselves through this period of uncertainty by coming to terms with the fact that our narrative may have changed.  In order to achieve our desired future (career/position/business), we have to establish a new vision.

You can do this by practicing a few exercises. 

First, get out a notepad and write the three most important goals or outcomes you wish to achieve in the immediate future.  That means within the next 3-6 months, if not sooner. 

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Once you have clearly defined for yourself what you want or need to achieve, then you can create your strategy for achieving it.

This method works for creating definite and specific goals, no matter what the objective is.

To position yourself positive is to re-adjust your course to the path that propels you forward like a catapult in the relentless pursuit of your goals.

2. Approach

What does it look like to start a job search in the middle of a global pandemic?  How can you stand out in your field or career? What actions will take you another step closer to your most important goal?  If you are finding yourself at the edge of a new job query, then step one is ensuring your resume is ready to go to work for you.  (For great tips on creating a professional resume summary, CLICK HERE.)

Review your list of goals you just created and circle ONE of them.  The one that is the most important or will bring you the biggest return for your time and effort.  Then get busy drafting a plan to get yourself there.

If a job search dominates your list, you may want to beef up your certifications and knowledge base before you begin applying.  Skill building is always a worthwhile practice and it may help you stand out as a valuable asset to a new employer.

There are many low-cost and easy options to take online classes right from home.  Check out some great options here:

Udemy – Udemy offers some incredible courses on personal development and business management.  They also have a 30-day, risk-free trial, so you can’t go wrong when signing up!  Courses are extremely affordable and taught by business professionals.  Learning courses, brain training, focus mastery…all are courses available right now on Udemy.  CLICK HERE TO GET SIGNED UP: UDEMY

New Skills Academy – Check out their section on Professional Development.  Courses are quick and easy to maneuver.  New Skills Academy covers classes from public speaking to managing and improving the customer service process to marketing.  Whether you are a business major, general manager, restaurant owner or a salon manager, you will find a course to suit your professional goals. CLICK HERE AND GET REGISTERED: NEW SKILLS ACADEMY

LinkedIn Learning – LinkedIn Learning gives you an inside track to professional and personal development.  Learn strategies on coaching, planning and analysis.  CLICK HERE: LINKEDIN LEARNING

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3. Activation

Now that you have aligned yourself with change, outlined your most immediate goal and created a path forward, it’s time to put that plan into action.

Words are only words until we take that first step in the direction of our dreams.  We must become activators, keepers of commitments to ourselves. 

Say it out loud. 

Say out loud what your dream or goal is. “I am in pursuit of my dream job as a ______.  I am strong, motivated, dedicated, committed, and completely sold-out to success.  I will be confident and relentless in the pursuit of this dream.  I will begin (training/learning/networking) TODAY.  I will (enroll/sign-up/join) the program or course that will propel me into my future destiny.  I am a dynamic leader of myself and I will push past fear, doubt and unbelief.  I am strong and I am FIERCE.”

As vibrant and motivated leaders, we know that we are typically on the forefront of new innovations and change.  We encourage, coach, mentor and lead others around us through uncharted territory on a regular basis.  It’s what makes our hearts beat and our energy surge. 

It is time we offer this encouragement to ourselves. 

It can be a job search, a new fitness routine, a healthy eating program, a refresh in our environment inviting organization and purpose, or a creative outlet to de-stress.  Whatever it is that we need to align ourselves to in order to find new success is the commitment that we make to ourselves TODAY. 

We will position ourselves positive for a new tomorrow. 

We are wholly committed that today is a gift and each moment we have is an opportunity to shine. 

You owe this to your future self.  Six months, a year, 5 years, 10 years from now you will look back knowing that no matter what THIS MOMENT looked like, you rose up to the occasion and you shined like the rock-star that you are. 

Own it, girl.  Your future is waiting.

Writing a Professional Resume Summary

Writing a Professional Resume Summary

Have you ever looked in the mirror and wondered, “Who is this woman?”  What is she really made of? 

I usually consider these deep questions when I’m fixing my hair in the morning.  I like to style it based on my mood and objectives for the day, or match it to my outfit…a tight ponytail with my camouflage flats, bouncy curls and my blue dress with the flowers, or straight and serious with my black blazer. 

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This woman that you see reflected back at you is full of personality, charisma, and grace. 

Her personal fortitude defines who she is.  She is also shaped and learned from her experiences. 

When a recruiter or employer is hiring for a position, they look to fill the role with the candidate that would be the best fit.  (They also aren’t concerned about any of the freckles or creases that you saw in that mirror earlier, so go ahead and let that one go.  You are GORGEOUS and there is only one YOU in this world!  Be confident, girlie!)

This means not only are they considering experience, but they want to assess whether this individual candidate also aligns with the culture of the company?  Would they be a good representative and passionate about the brand?

The recruiter may have dozens, if not hundreds of candidates to consider.  Your first impression is what is demonstrated on the page. 

Your living legacy of your work shines through keywords, organization, and a little creative expression. 

This means not statically listing general descriptions, but specifically using quantifiable metrics, accomplishments and showcasing your triumphs and successes.

Resumes are comprised of several parts, including work history, education, volunteer experience, skills, credentials, certifications and also a summary. 

Some resume writers talk about an “objective summary.”  An objective is used in place of a professional summary when the individual does not have significant work history, or is switching careers.  An objective would help the employer understand what the applicant WANTS to achieve, but not what they have already accomplished.

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A professional resume summary highlights the candidate’s position in their career and lists specific accomplishments.

Think of it as a 3-5 sentence personal profile.  I have been in retail management for over a decade, but simply stating “high-volume retail manager” does little to highlight my actual abilities.  I have been in charge of businesses with up to $10 million dollars in revenue.  I have led team sizes up to 24 individuals directly reporting to me.  I have won awards with multiple companies and been selected for specific company initiative and tasks.  This is the specific kind of information I want to capture a potential employer’s attention with.

My personal resume summary is four sentences long, and reads:

“High-volume ($10m+) retail store manager with 12+ years experience in operations, inventory control, visual merchandising, sales, customer-service, loyalty acquisition, talent development and driving profitability. Have ability to acquire, develop and manage high-performing teams, with management of 24 direct reports. Received Store Manager of the Year recognition for Pier 1 Imports, 2019; Talent Award Recipient for Pier 1 Imports, 2016; $100k Club recognition, Bath & Body Works, 2014.  Tapped as top-talent for special projects, Caribou Coffee, 2013 and Toys R’ Us, 2011; B.A. Psychology, 2019.”

That is not the extent of my career journey, but it showcases information that is important to the professional accomplishments I have made as a leader and retail store manager.  It states right away the responsibilities I have been tasked to manage, team sizes who have reported to me and the specific technical skills that are involved in my role. 

A recruiter may have the time to read over my entire resume, experience and skills.  However, if they are skimming through, I have a much better chance of standing out because I have neatly packaged up my skills and history and presented it to them in an organized and creative manner.

If you are ready to practice, then consider these key points:

1. State your professional title first and include the longevity, if it is impactful.  This could be something like, “Certified Logistics Expert with 6 years experience.”  Or, “Professional office manager with 9 years experience.”

2. Highlight 3-4 accomplishments that you really want to stand out to your employer.  Let’s add to our office manager’s professional summary: “Professional office manager with 9 years experience. Certified in Microsoft Word, 72 WPM.  Flexible in fast-paced environment, managed 3 direct reports and optimized office supply spending to save $2,500 per annum.”

3. Be sure to include specific and quantifiable data. Our office manager (we will call her Bianca) can type 72 words per minute (which is pretty high and alludes to a strong ability for productivity.)  She is certified in the software that helps her perform her job efficiently.  Bianca has also worked in an office that requires agility and flexibility, since it is fast paced.  She had 3 individuals that reported directly to her (highlights her leadership experience.)  Bianca also was passionate about her role and due to her organization and skilled management, she saved the company money out of its budget for supplies.  Bianca seems like a strong candidate for an office environment and a recruiter may entertain her for additional leadership roles and responsibilities.

4. Use specific keywords that relate to your career field. Applicant tracking systems are digital filters that are comprised of automated processes that screen for potential applicants.  These systems rely heavily on keywords to locate potential candidates.  You will want to use keywords that you would find in a potential job description and include those in your summary and in your resume. 

It is a great move to place a few specific keywords in your summary that are directly relative to the job for which you are applying.  You can also utilize other keywords when describing role or company specific bullet points in the experience portion of your resume. 

You can try Indeed or Monster as reference sites for job descriptions to help you out with locating viable and specific keywords. 

Can you locate the keywords out of my professional summary?  They are directly related to the skills required in my role, “retail store manager, operations, inventory control, visual merchandising, sales, customer-service, loyalty acquisition, and talent development.” 

These keywords are specific and intentional.  They are included because they are important and describe precise proficiencies an employer would be searching for in my career field.  They are likely to be located by a digital applicant tracking system, as well.

You do not have to be a wizard to write your summary.  For some helpful tools and tricks, try out these guides:

Guess what?  You can also hire this task out the professionals!  If your summary seems complicated, you have multiple points you want to highlight or it just does not seem to read how you want it to, then go ahead and hire it out. 

There are lots of wonderful professionals who can help you get the beautiful and professional resume that you desire and deserve.  Girl, you have worked so hard to get to this point in your career.  Don’t let your resume get shuffled through.  You were made to shine and STAND OUT!

Check out some great professionals who are ready to provide assistance.  One easy way to do this is to go on LinkedIn and type in “Resume Writing” in Services.  You can narrow down by location to find a local individual or company who can provide this service for you. 

If you prefer an online service, try  They have a reasonable service starting at $149.  For a female-led business, check out  Write Step works on a sliding scale based on career experience.  Pricing packages are easily available to browse on their site.  For a free resume check-up, try  The Resume Clinic also offers LinkedIn Profile Development and Resume & Cover Letter Tune-Up.

I can’t wait to see how far and how fast you fly through your next job search!  Your dream job may be actively looking for their next candidate RIGHT NOW and there is no reason you shouldn’t be at the front of the line.  Good luck!  Best wishes and happy career searching!

What I Learned Through Coaching Others

What I Learned Through Coaching Others

3 Simple Steps to Intentional Coaching for Success

Providing coaching and feedback has been a part of my job as a retail manager for the past decade or more.  While it might seem intimidating to receive feedback, it is also equally as challenging to learn how to give it.

I’ve had associates who have shown appreciation, those who have had a litany of excuses and some who thrive off the communication.  How do you learn how to balance when and where to provide feedback?  There are a few simple ways to set yourself and your teams up for success.

1. Identify if the need is coaching for success or coaching for performance

Coaching for success works well when you provide feedback in the moment.  This means recognizing a team member, associate or subordinate manager for positive behaviors as a positive re-inforcer immediately following the behavior.

If the coaching is performance related, where the individual is under-performing, I have found it works well to bring them in as a partner on the conversation.  This includes asking questions and having the associate help provide the answers, rather than approaching the conversation from the standpoint of criticism. 

Ask them what is working well for them and in what areas could they use more practice. 

Collaborate with your team and gain their buy-in on performance goals

If they cannot identify any areas for themselves, then it is my job as a leader to help them understand and define this for them.

In this style of coaching, I work with the associate to help them define areas of opportunity and then offer coaching to develop their skills.  I also take this moment to set expectations.  We practice role-playing and I work with them to build their confidence. 

It helps to also offer positive feedback where you can to help bolster their self-esteem and motivation.

In an instance where an associate is blatantly ignoring process or procedure, then I find it helps to pull them aside and ask discovery questions to get to the root of the issue.  If they are not dedicated or committed to their role, experience has taught me it’s usually related to underlying issues.  Sometimes they have brought stress from home or a relationship or an outside source. 

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For one of my associates recently, coaching was centered around a negative attitude that was manifesting itself by her barking orders at everyone.  I could see other associates weren’t responding well to her approach.  I took the time to pull her aside.  “You seem kind of stressed today, is there anything I can help with?”  Through taking the time to connect with her and genuinely care about her as a person, I uncovered she had a financial burden that was weighing on her and it was a major distraction. 

Learning of this information, I have the option to help bring awareness to how this attitude was becoming noticeable.

I opted to change her tasks for the day, coach her to a more positive presentation and encourage her to remain resilient.  I find this all-around approach works well because you are speaking to the wholeness of the individual…helping to mend the wounds of negativity, helping to bolster pride in their work and in themselves and reaching out in understanding at other burdens they are struggling to bear.

For more information on coaching, check out this handy guide on coaching with the GROW model:

2. Be consistent

Consistency is the key for any great mentor/mentee relationship.  Top performing associates usually see success because they regularly execute their tasks to the best of their ability on a consistent basis.  They are the associates who never let a customer pass them by without a hello or an offer to assist.  They regularly compliment the customer’s purchase, make great recommendations and demonstrate product knowledge. 

Coaching is meant to inspire achievement, articulate goals, empower boldness, create confidence, bolster awareness, and facilitate growth.  It is a partnership with your associate to demonstrate an investment in their future and the future of your business, together. 


It is key for a leader to demonstrate the same passion and dedication.  Otherwise, how could an individual trust a coaching message coming from someone whose leadership is inconsistent, at best? 

For my team, we use a tracking method for certain performance indicators that we are looking to achieve.  We keep this in place daily and celebrate each win.  Each associate gets a chance to contribute.

Review goals frequently and be consistent

Providing positive reinforcement through recognition has bolstered success for my team in these key metrics.  Having solidified expectations in place also helps each individual have a measurable aspiration.

You might also want to consider consistency across your management team.  If I put a message into place, I expect my assistant managers and leaders to also have the same conversations with the team. 

This means I need to examine my communication methods, establish a clear vision, assess for understanding, model the behavior and gather feedback. 

If I stay consistent with my message to my leadership team, it is more likely they will stay consistent with the messages they deliver to others.  In this way we find the whole team functions towards a singular outcome, because the message and instructions are consistent.

This takes time to build with your management team and it does not always run perfectly.  Take time to intentionally observe the messages your leaders are bringing to the team and look for ways to reinforce the vision.  Is the message clear?  Is it too simple?  Too complicated?  Does it clearly define the purpose or end goals?

Don’t assume the message is consistent simply because you asked for or expected it to be so.  Invest time and energy into your leaders and help them refine their own communication styles.  You will serve yourself, them and the entire team in the process.

3. Coaching shouldn’t be a surprise

Taking the time to establish relationships with your team will enable you to deliver a clearer message when the time comes.  You will know how this individual operates, what is important to them, how they best receive information and even gauge their response.

I find that making genuine connections with my team as we go about our day fosters trust and creates opportunities for connection.  This connection leads to more open communication.  My goal is to make my team feel comfortable and powerful enough to pose questions, be curious, identify struggles, ask for help, and even compliment each other. 

By creating a culture of value for each individual, they know I am open to feedback, no matter the subject or situation.  As a leader, I value this association because it provides me the information I need to be able to support them correctly and lead them to success.  I need to know what is working, what is not working, what they are excited about and what parts of their day they find more challenging.

From this information, I can create compelling and valuable coaching messages for the whole team, no matter their tenure, position or ability.  This enables our group to function as a productive unit, whole, committed and with a singular destination for our journey.

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Remember that coaching is a service
to this individual, not a demand. 

Coaching is meant to inspire achievement, articulate goals, empower boldness, create confidence, bolster awareness, and facilitate growth. It is a partnership with your associate to demonstrate an investment in their future and the future of your business, together.

Well respected leaders are on the front-lines for their teams, gathering in and processing new information.  These leaders communicate to their teams in ways that are productive, interesting and cohesive.  Leaders who are engaged with their teams foster creativity and inspire productivity.  For a team to be high-performing, they have to have a leader with the same commitments. 

I am always extremely excited for the strides my team is making.  I have learned and benefited from each individual along the way.  Every single team member has an important place among the squad and I am privileged to be able to serve them, in return.

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Defining Success at Work

Defining Success at Work

Where does the power of success reside? In the ability to adapt, recover and respond. In the ability to show up again and again while maintaining character, attitude and self-control. When we are successful at perseverance, we are successful in much.

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We came around the corner at the same time and both stopped abruptly.  In the middle of the aisle, near the small toys and candy boxes, a puppy had left us a little puppy-type gift.  The type that rules like, “No Pets Allowed” tries to avoid.  Marley and I look at each other and she sighed.  “I’ll get this one,” she said.  “You had that kid with the mac and cheese incident.” 

Ah, I had indeed.  A customer was in shopping with her four-year old when he suddenly didn’t feel well.  Unable to hold down his lunch, he got sick on the sales floor in the middle of the bike aisle.  A look of pure horror washed over his mom’s face and like a military-trained emergency rescue mission, she scooped him up in her arms and proceeded to make a run for the exit.  The restrooms were far closer, but unfamiliar with the layout and obviously wanting to hide her very existence, she headed for the car.  He was sick all the way to the front doors.  Being the manager on duty, I responded immediately and commenced mopping and sanitizing as quickly as I could.

The puppy however, was a different story. 

Today, defining success at work meant immediate reaction to the situation at hand. Our customer had come in to shop with her pet in tow, but from the looks of it had abandoned the need to clean up after the little fluff-ball when he was less than potty trained.  Let me interject that we are not a pet store.  We love your furry friend, but we have polite rules and requests in place in order to avoid situations like we found this day. 

A mop wasn’t going to cut it. 

Retail management involves a variety of skills I have acquired through experience…ones that education alone cannot prepare you for. 

I have been called on as a maintenance mechanic, plumber, electrician, counselor, relationship expert, mediator, HVAC inspector, groundskeeper, safety patrol and service agent.  I have worked to free a bird who flew in through open doors and subsequently panicked when he could not find his way back out.  I have observed customers who chased other customers out of the store for suspected stealing (while screaming “thief!!!” as loudly as possible), where ultimately a car chase also ensued and laws were probably broken.  Then there was the time that security proceeded to fire a taser at an individual and drop him at the checkout lane in the entrance of the store.  Customers thought someone had been shot and proceeded to take shelter in areas of the store.  We worked to quickly assure each one of their safety and a lot of phone calls with corporate happened that day. 

I have sandbagged entrances while staying open in a hurricane; dumped plastic toy boxes full of water from one to another from 20’ in the air, while trying to keep the backroom from flooding in a torrential rainstorm; and responded to a customer who was threatening bodily harm to everyone in her path if we did not pull her order faster. There was the homeless guy living in his car in the parking lot, the shipments that arrived all hours of the day and night, and the associate who ran off crying in the middle of a transaction, leaving the customer at the checkout looking bewildered.

Today, however, I have cheese in my pocket. 

It has hardened overnight and has a glossy sheen that I feel is keenly unnatural for a dairy product.  Chatting in my team for our morning routine, I reach in and discover its presence.  It is unwrapped and appears to have been slightly enjoyed and then rejected as the edges were nibbled. 

The evening before at closing, my associate and I discovered the remnants of a foot-long sandwich which had been partially consumed on a $1,000 pair of living room chairs near the front of the store.  Also left behind were leaves of lettuce and open packets of mustard.  Worth noting is that we do not serve food at our location.  We have home goods and décor, pillows and canvas art. 

You cannot purchase lunch here, or dinner for that matter.

After washing down the discovery and restoring our product to its former glory, we exit to find the rest of the meal smashed on the ground in front of the entryway as we exited the building.  Sigh.  I continue to clean and toss the bread in the bushes for the squirrels.  It is already past my bedtime and I’m 10 years into this venture of management, so I’m feeling a little weary today.

So, why continue?  Why continue putting my effort to business everyday when the glory of business management seems so elusive?  I get up every morning, dress up, put on my makeup, tame this wild mane of curls into something presentable and proceed to stock shelves, welcome customers, be a counselor, teacher, friend, advocate, coach and business acumen aficionado. 

So, why?  It is because of passion. It is because I love my team, my customers and I’m proud of my product.  I am thrilled to see customers excited about styling a particular space in their home and leaving with ideas that they are simply giddy to implement.  They feel enlightened, engaged and invigorated to make their homes exactly into the space they love to live in.  Your immediate space around you is a reflection of your personal taste, style and expression. It is a chance to express exactly who you are.  My home is my sanctuary and I love every little piece of it.

What can we do when we feel the challenges at work are insurmountable or we feel overwhelmed? 

What happens when we face a situation that may not even be in our job description or even on our radar of apparent skills?  We persevere.  We are amazing creatures with the ability to adapt, recover and respond.  We strive to maintain respect of those around us, even when another human has made a less-than-amazing choice that leaves you dealing with the aftermath.

Take a deep breath, friend.  Take a step away, if necessary.  Defining success today may look like reaching out for help and expertise of those above and around you who can lend wisdom and advice. 

Remember that work is work and it does not define your life story. 

When I managed a coffee shop my superior manager would just say something to the effect of, “It’s just water over beans, guys! We can handle it!” 

Work has given me stressful days, hilarious antics, and challenged my character, at times.  I have laughed over my job, cried over my job, obsessed over my job, and quit 1,000 times in my mind.  I know, however, that getting to work with the people around me has also shaped me into a better version of myself. 

I have met amazing individuals whom have impacted my life journey in so many ways.  I’m thankful for the friendships and opportunities my career has afforded me.  I’m thankful that several companies have entrusted me in my role with decision-making processes that impacts millions of dollars in revenue each year. 

When I’m in the trenches and working through the daily grind, I’m still thankful. 

Success can be defined in different ways. 

Sometimes it is hitting big goals and celebrating achievements, sometimes it is helping a colleague or employee through a tough decision, and sometimes it is climbing up on the roof, investigating odd smells, and receiving freight trucks in the middle of the night.  However we define success, it is usually one step at a time.  The power lies in sticking through the tough times and shining bright in the more celebratory moments.  It’s putting the best version of myself forward in every circumstance, living through the moment, and rising in the morning to do it all again.

Rachel Asks: What tough situations are you facing in your work day and what would best help you to overcome the challenge?  How can you leverage others around you to assist you in achieving your goals for success?  What would help you feel amazing today?

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