I’m one of 30 corporate Hy-Vee dietitians where I serve as a media spokesperson providing credible nutrition information (in-person and virtually) to customers and the community via TV commercials, local news interviews, social media, radio interviews and newspaper articles.
As the world of teleconsultations continues to grow, it is vital to establish positive rapport with clients to ensure successful session outcomes. Building rapport plays a huge role in making clients feel safe about sharing their personal journey and it also helps you to communicate freely and work with your client as a team. But how can retail dietitians build rapport with clients online over chats and video calls? Here are some tips.
TED Talks are seen as the gold standard of all presentations. They stand out from other presentations given their effectiveness in conveying compelling and accurate information in an easy-to-understand, concise format. They rely on the actual presentation and much less on slides.
If you’ve been invited to give a presentation to the C suite, it’s important to focus on delivering a message that is bright and brief. Long-winded speeches and going off topic are not going to cut it in a high-level executive presentation. Today’s leaders are looking for you to be succinct.
Whether you’re employed fulltime by your retailer or consult, you’ll find enhanced career and H&W program advancement by adopting an intrapreneurial mindset in your role. During this three-part educational workshop specifically designed for retail dietitians, you’ll learn how to implement and manage changes within your organization and bring your ideas to market from start to finish.
While the Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend a daily sodium intake of no more than 2,300 mg for individuals aged 14 and older, this is significantly lower than the average current intake of 3,400 mg. To try and move the consumer towards healthier sodium intake levels, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced new guidelines for sodium last month. Here’s what retail dietitians need to know about the new guidelines.
What many of us miss the most from attending in-person events, is seeing our friends and colleagues, as well as making new professional acquaintances. These relationships serve to nurture our personal lives and careers and we often gain lifelong friends and career opportunities from these encounters. Now that we are dealing with a virtual world it even more important to take steps to reach across the screen and be seen. Here are some tips that can help you succeed with networking at your next virtual event.