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Amanda Olusanya On Developing Individual Greatness & Retaining Top Performers

June 3, 2019

[119] Top performers: you can always count on them to get things done and exceed expectations. Unfortunately, they also tend to be the first to walk out the door. For salons and spas, the idea of losing them is terrifying.

However, there's a lot to be said about developing individual greatness. A lot of, no pun intended, great things to say. Sports, for instance, provide several key lessons on the matter. In episode 119, Aveda educator and salon owner Amanda Olusanya (Allen Ray Salon) discusses her research findings and ideas on the topic.

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Amanda Olusanya: Don't Build Teams, Build Individuals

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