Participants in this presentation will receive background on the concepts behind the development of nutrition navigation programs, with a specific focus on the Guiding Stars nutrition guidance program. Dietitians Kitty Broihier and Allison Stowell will highlight how this scientifically based, patented program supports retail dietitians to help consumers make nutritious choices, improve in-store, on-pack, and e-commerce health and wellness messaging, and impact consumers long-term wellness.
Jean Oelwang, author of the new book Partnering: Forge the Deep Connections That Make Great Things Happen, conducted hundreds of interviews over the past 15 years to look at how these connections, when nurtured correctly, can help us achieve more, persevere and amplify our impact. Here are some of her insights on how to strengthen existing connections and forge new meaningful partnerships.
If you’ve started spring cleaning your home or yard you may be shocked by how much stuff has accumulated over the long winter. It always feels so good to clear out the clutter and start the season with a clean, fresh home. But have you ever considered spring-cleaning your brain?
They call themselves “Minnesota’s First Zero-Waste Shop” and are committed to helping “the everyday person live trash-free by providing package free and plastic free goods.” Given consumer interest in sustainability, food waste and related topics, there are viable ideas for implementation in traditional retail that can be assimilated from Tare Market.
Have you ever felt like you didn’t mesh with your company culture? Whatever the reason for not feeling like you fit in, the experience can cause a lot of anxiety. If you find yourself in this situation, don’t despair. There may be a way to work through the issue versus making an exit.
We all know that consumer shopping patterns have changed over the past two years. The trick is to determine which trends that have emerged will become new behaviors vs. fad away. Consider these three pandemic consumer behavior trends predicted to stick.
During the past two years, most workers have traded their office desks for their dining room tables. While you may not be able to control where we work right now, you can still create a visible presence to corporate leadership. To ensure you’re staying visible to company leaders follow these ideas for demonstrating your engagement, productivity and commitment to your coworkers and company.