Salon Business Coach
Mick incorporated Full Column Ltd in 2005 following a career in Sales, Marketing, Human Resources and Business Development Spanning over 30 years. Mick Spent 20+ of these years working in Marketing and Business Development for some of the Hairdressing Industries biggest brands.
The Salon Managers Academy was founded as a natural progression from the “Full Column” business as more and more salon owners were seeking more sophisticated salon business development training for less cost than the traditional in-salon or seminar training available from Full Column Ltd.
In essence the Salon Managers Academy is the brainchild of hundreds of salon owners who continually requested lower cost business development resources whilst maintaining high quality learning and business development support at their own pace.
The Salon Managers Academy
The Salon Managers Academy has evolved to keep pace with Salon Owners needs. We offer no-nonsense training materials and resources via a series of salon business development books and the acclaimed Salon Managers Academy Subscriptions available in 4 Levels dependant on salon managements’ needs.
Salon Contracts and Human Resources Consulting
One of the most difficult areas for Salon Management to keep pace with is professional Human Resources Management. Mick Say teamed up with a top Human Resources Law firm to tailor salon employee contracts, employee handbooks and a tailor made salon staff appraisal system in order to supply salon management with not just “salon documents” but salon Human Resources documents that cut through the red tape and actually bring a benefit to the salon with a procedure that is enjoyed by all staff where traditionally is hated.
We supply all of our Salon Human Resources Documents individually from £12.00 each and we also supply the complete Human Resources Pack in our Level 1 Subscription.
Please be assured that a subscription to the level 1 Salon Human Resources Pack will save a salon owner hundreds of hours trying to do-it-themselves and they will be rewarded with a system that will add thousands of pounds profitable revenue to the business via an increase in salon staff productivity and team job satisfaction.
The Role of the Salon Business Coach
In order to ensure that a client gets the best and most relevant advice and support from the salon business coach. The Salon Coach needs himself to be multi-faceted in terms of his skills, knowledge and the resources he can bring to bear for the salon.
In technical terms most salons are classified as “Small” or “Micro” business and these kinds of small business do not have the luxury of a board of directors with skills covering:
- Human Resources
- Business Development
- Column Development
- Client Attraction
- Client Retention and
- Salon Marketing
Uniquely Mick Say has developed all of these coaching skills over his 30 years as a passionate workaholic business advisor and coach.
Having written and delivered hundreds of seminars and business development training courses over many years Mick has the perfect skill set to help any size of salon to grow and not to grow small but to grow BIG.
Having studied and practiced online marketing for over five years Mick has quickly become one of the most respected online marketing experts in the UK. As a result of his success Mick has been asked to deliver an online marketing seminar for Small Business Owners at the Business Start-Up Show at London ExCel on the 21st May 2010.
The Salon Managers academy in conjunction with Mick Say’s other business the “Online Marketing Academy” now offers salon owners the opportunity to buy State-of-the-Art online marketing platforms as a means to communicate with clients, improve client retention and win new client business whilst building an online profile which can only help to grow the salon business.