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Transcript: Goal's for the next Quarter... What can we do for you? Schedule next touch base or meeting... Key Take Aways...Value Adds? Questions? Thank you! National Marketing & Advertising What are the opportunities when in the training department for this location? What % of the business do your Steady Sellers account for? What amount of sales focus do you put on Steady Selling items? Have you considered increasing the Rate of Sale on Steady Selling SKU's? Email Blasts Year over Year $ Challenge - Add on 1+ to every sale Getting to know your consumer by collecting birthday's, anniversaries, wish lists, preferred metal types, etc... allows any store to market new products to a specific clientel Step & Repeat & the DJ 2.Focus on Conversion January 2013 Drive sales by increasing ADS & UPT through training & coaching... utilize PANDORA Training materials! Aly Raisman Best Sellers How frequently do check individual employee status/progress? What steps will you take or people who are under performing to get them through? Have you taken the opportunity to compare analytics between employees completed and employees who have not finished? Birthday & Anniversary Engaging Online Public relations What areas are approved, pending, declined locations? Have conversation with ROM about interest so everyone is in the loop Demographic research, heat maps, existing business already established Marketing Organization Activity Cards: Specific per time period Online 3.Increase ADS & UPT 2.Staff according to traffic Inventory Focus Promotions: Is the weekly development plan up and being utilized by selecting action plans and updating focus areas as the skill is built? Are associates getting coaching in the moment opportunities consistently? How are you measuring it? What KPI goals have you set? What is your organization doing to create a coaching culture in your stores? New Launch/ Training Hub attendance Rented the center court pad to play great music for customer excitement Talent: 2013 Co-op Program – North America New Plan, New Customers – Mall, DDK, Newspaper Inserts New Plan, Old Customers – Cloths, Internal emails, Signs, Newspaper, Postcards, Styling events, 3.Zone staffing during peak periods Store 1 Store 2 Store 3 Store 4 Cost of programs vs effectiveness Moments Brochures Sell The Product Oprah Magazine (5x), Redbook Leather Bracelet Queens Center Anniversary Event Training Smithhaven Opening weekend comps LY $30,225 ADS $83 UPT 1.83 TY: $43,806 ADS $97 UPT 3.36 +45% Slow Movers Steady Sellers PRINT: Training 100% 2012 Performance & 2013 KPI's Aug *The figures above would apply for both US and Canada Jun Mar Events Matte Releases Order Frequency... How often are orders being placed? Local Ads 2013 Print 2013 Opportunities... Opportunities: Coaching in the Moment: Desk Slides / Media Breifings Marketing – E-blast & flyers SMITHAVEN MALL Customer Appreciation Event OMS Talent - Area's of Focus: Oct Step & Repeat & the DJ Dec Pod Completion Focus on media that delivers against the target Use cost effective programs first Use a variety of media Leverage national media Support key promotions Plan the whole year Is the inventory correct? Why is this important? Inaccurate inventory can lead to missed sales opportunities Using a Min/Max system - inaccurate inventory could lead to incorrect ordering How do we ensure inventory is accurate? Periodic Spot Checks Routine Cycle Counts A small subset of inventory, in a specific location, is counted on a specified day Retailer Best Practice Examples: Count 14K Moments each day Specify specific fixtures to be counted on specific days of week Mystery Shop Scores: QUEENS CENTER MALL One Year Anniversary Event Local Marketing January 2013 Product Focus & Rate of Sale... Feb Wrap Up Utilize the best advertising tools & forum for your store and region! Newpaper Inserts Press Releases Client-telling Create a Min/Max System... Satellite Media Tours Pandora Skating Driving Brand Awareness through Event's! Dealer Area This is where the ROM would enter the wins in that particular location. Consistently have strong completion with POD training, perhaps they have had good and consistent participation in hub trainings, Coaching in the moment techniques are sticking etc... Queenstown Opening weekend comps LY $12,825 ADS $106 UPT 2.05 TY: $39,887 ADS $141 UPT 3.53 +211% Successes: Plan for efficiency during Peak selling periods... Planning in store event's & promotions helps to drive sales and traffic during slow & peak periods throughout the year. Don't wait for PANDORA specific promotions, celebrate your store anniversary or host a customer appreciation event! Level Achieved: Sales conference 2013 Facebook Quarterly Training Focus *Often times stores incentify slow moving much is this really gaining in extra sales volume? E-look book Public Relations Name District Manager Tenure Annual Performance 2012 Weekly Focus C Planning example - Old customer focus N Jan Pandora Clasp Market

Action Plan Presentation

Transcript: Planning Multicultural Night Action Plan How can I make our 1st Multicultural Night successful? Met with students to discuss materials they can bring to represent their country and culture. Collected materials (artifacts, pictures, games, clothing) from students around the school who brought things in for their culture. Found music and videos to play in classrooms during Multicultural Night. Created a "Passport" for parents to use to write down information about each country they visit. Used the facts provided by the students and culture cards from the district to create cultural posters for the 17 countries that are represented in our building. The BIG day - Multicultural Night!! Organizing Met with the Family Liaison, Principal and Assistant Principal to set a date for our 1st Multicultural Night. Made a list of countries represented in our building Made a list of materials that we would like to have for each country (food, artifacts, games, clothing, etc.) Met with PTO to brainstorm ideas for Multicultural Night. Contacted parents to help with making our Multicultural Night successful Teachers attended, helped set up artifacts in classrooms and helped students write down facts in their passport. A lot of our families attended Multicultural Night and learned valuable information about the different cultures in our building. Families used the "Passport" to write down facts about each country. Families brought in food from their home country and shared it with everyone who attended. Some students from Mexico danced in front of the families to show us a traditional Mexican dance. Multicultural Night was a huge success and I would like to have more families wanting to help out next year for our 2nd Multicultural Night. By: Courtney Thomson

Action Plan Presentation

Transcript: Goal/Personal Objectives Feelings and Thoughts Reactions Family's experiences are not much relatable to the readings. The things I see by taking a tour and observing those populations - though are very relatable. People walking through the streets Carless Homeless Run down grocery stores, cluttered yards Etc. Ironically I ended up tutoring a high school girl in those areas this semester - took a tour of her community - first hand experience From a different ethnic minority African American Lifestyle is much the same Growing up in a single parent household Only child Life experiences are much different - schools, etc Poverished Disadvantaged Run down communities Less funded schooling Etc. Action Plan Haley Anderson Target Population Great experience Has helped me better understand living in the inner city They still have many of the same thoughts as I suspected - just have a vastly different environment to be raised in I continue to praise those children that can come out of where they are successfully The Experience Grasp a better understanding - environment More accepting to poverty/open Have always wanted to have a better understanding of other's hardships. As the saying goes - we all need to take a moment and try to walk in each other's shoes before we judge each other Relation to Readings Continuing to grow and accept those differences Seeing this and helping experience this is giving me more reason to advocate this in some way - starting a program of sorts or something in the future - more than just a homeless shelter As a special education major - I see myself wanting to reach out to these peoples just as I do to my students Nervous - don't feel like I fit in the area Just driving through with a nice car made me feel out of place Tour & tutoring helped me garner a better understanding A situation where I can't do much to help now - but it's something I want to continue promoting to be better Implications in workplace/home/community

Action Plan Presentation

Transcript: Lack of initial response from student's Parents and/or Guardians Limited resources donated by the Parents and/or Guardians Mis-communication among 6th grade Teachers Unpredictable weather conditions that will prohibit outdoor activities in the project FEBRUARY: Collect & account for the signature portion of the hard-copy communication from ALL Parents and/ or Guardians stating their intent to volunteer TIME and/or RESOURCES for the event ::TARGET INVOLVEMENT TYPES:: Communicating Volunteering Decision Making Better or improved student attendance Example of support from school (admin/counselors) for both Teachers & Parents/Guardians of students Parents respect for each other's different family backgrounds, cultures, and views of their children SHORT-TERM: Promote the practice of positive social & communication skills among classmates Provide constant support for Parent Leaders designated to this project Parents give personal time and/or personal resources to assist the project ::POTENTIAL BARRIERS:: ::KEY PARTNERS INVOLVED:: ALL 6th grade (discipline related) Teachers Parents and/or Guardians of students ALL 6th grade students Administration Represenative Classroom Aids and/or One-on-One Aids of 6th grade students Issue hard-copy communication introducing program/event to the Parents and/or Guardians of students Parent/Guardian participation Establish list of volunteers Make necessary changes to communication methods used thus far (i.e. use REMIND 101 to send weekly text message reminders) ::METHODS OF ASSESSMENT:: JANUARY: Hand-out hard-copy form of communication for students to bring home to their Parents and/or Guardians LONG-TERM: Broaden student understanding of Ancient Greek Civilization curriculum Improve teacher appreciation and use of parent networking for communication Expand parent understanding of teacher's job Increase parent comfort levels in school as a result of the Parent-Teacher partnerships Promote stronger Teacher––Parent partnerships Offer all families opportunities to support their children Create productive curriculum-related interactions among students ::PROJECT TIMELINE:: ::PROJECT PURPOSE:: MARCH: Complete final assessment of the areas where we need either more Parent volunteers, leaders, and/or donation of supplies EDUC-507 ::Action Plan:: 6th Grade ANCIENT GREEK OLYMPICS ::METHODS OF EVALUATION:: ::PARTNERSHIP/OBJECTIVE GOALS::

Action Plan Presentation

Transcript: Supporting Social Emotional Learning in our District a b Purpose Rationalle Creating an MTSS for behavior MTSS will help provide the following: -Way of providing support for all individuals -Way to document strategies -Way of decreasing the behaviors of students at school. Statistics: 19% of a students day is spent in school(Hall and Nielson, 2021. After pandemic, 87% of public schools agreed or strongly agreed that the pandemic has negatively impacted student socio-emotional development (Elias, 2022). { By: Tyler Stough * Step 3: Present Findings to School Board c Discuss importance of MTSS d - Each group presents findings to the board and reviews MTSS rough draft. -Each board member asks questions during findings. -School board votes on continuing to finalize the MTSS guidelines for each level. Timeframe: February Board Meeting Develop focus groups for each grade level (elementary, middle, and high school) Step 2: Conduct Research Discuss steps on how to develop an MTSS guideline Step 1: Meeting with entire Special Education Department Discuss a potential time frame for the development of MTSS guideline. Research-based behavioral strategies Ways to identify if student needs assistance What would the research entail? Timeframe: 4 months, meet monthly during PD No extra money needed Step 4: Polishing MTSS Guidelines Preventative strategies Examples of behavior MTSS other schools Rough draft of potential MTSS plan Focus groups meet once a month through August to polish MTSS guidelines. Groups would get paid over summer through PDF funds. Payment of $1,000 for two months of outside work. e Resources: Step 5: Present to School Board Hall, H., & Nielsen, E. (2020, May 26). How do children spend their time? Time use and skill development in the PSID. Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. time-time-use-and-skill-development-in-the-psid- 20200526.html#:~:text=Not%20surprisingly%2C%20sleep%20is%20the,personal%20hy giene% 2C%20at%2015%20percent. Elias, J. (2022, July 6). Press release. More than 80 percent of U.S. public schools report pandemic has negatively impacted student behavior and socio-emotional development. During September board meeting, all focus groups present their final guidelines for approval. If approved, guidelines sent via email to all schools based on academic level taught. }

Action Plan Presentation

Transcript: 02/18/2020 ACTION PLAN Information Security Analyst 1 Title Short-Term Goals 2 #1 Career My short-term goal is to keep moving up in my current job right now. I currently work at FedEx and got promoted to Admin. Within the next six months I want to try to get promoted to Manager. #2 Family My short-term goals for family is to continue to help my parents pay the bills in the house for at least the next 5 months. #3 Personal My short-term personal goal is to get in better physical shape like I used to be four years ago. Within the next 8 months I want to go down about thirty pounds. Barriers 3 Competition at Work. Loss of job. Long-Term Goals 4 My long term goals for family to move in with my girlfriend within the next 2 years. Family #1 My long term goal for my career is to get hired as an information security analyst withing 3 months of graduating in that field. this would probably be within the next 2.5 years from now. Career #2 My long-term personal goal is to heavily invest money into different companies like Amazon,Google and some small start-up companies as well within the next four years. Personal #3 My long-term goal in my career as an Information Security Analyst is to move up in the company and get a salary raise within 3 years of being hired or about 5 years from now. Career #4 Within the next time five years I want to be able to buy a house with my girlfriend. Family #5 Barriers 5 Some barriers that can prevent me from achieving my goals may be my immigration status. My status can change at any time. The only way I can overcome this is to continue to push forward and hope for the best 6 Accountability The only person that will hold me accountable is going to be me. I've always been the only one to hold myself accountable and always push my self to the outmost. To work as an Information Security Analyst you need at least a Bachelor's in Management Information System. The average salary is 102,000 dollars per year. Education and Salary 7

Action Plan Template 2013

Transcript: Anything additional you'd like to add? Action Plan Template SMART GOALS ARE... SPECIFIC — A specific goal has a much greater chance of being accomplished than a general goal. To set a specific goal, you must answer the six "W" questions: Who? Who is involved What? What do I want to accomplish Where? Identify a location When? Establish a time frame Which? Identify requirements and constraints Why? Specific reasons, purpose of benefits of accomplishing the goal MEASURABLE— Establish concrete criteria for measuring progress toward the attainment of each goal you set. When you measure your progress, you stay on track, reach your target dates, and experience the exhilaration of achievement that spurs you on to continued effort required to reach your goal. To determine if your goal is measurable, ask questions such as: How much? How many? How will I know when it is accomplished? ATTAINABLE — When you identify goals that are most important to you, you begin to figure out ways you can make them come true. You develop the attitudes, abilities, skills, and financial capacity to reach them. You begin seeing previously overlooked opportunities to bring yourself closer to the achievement of your goals. You can attain most any goal you set when you plan your steps wisely and establish a time frame that allows you to carry out those steps. Goals that may have seemed far away and out of reach eventually move closer and become attainable, not because your goals shrink, but because you grow and expand to match them. When you list your goals you build your self-image. You see yourself as worthy of these goals, and develop the traits and personality that allow you to possess them. Include marketing and promotion strategies that you want to use or at least consider using. The point of creating an action plan with SPECIFIC goals is to set you up for success for the school year. You have the opportunity to have ownership over your goals. We will have a collective team goal of new user acquisition, so your goals and strategies for your campus should reflect how you will ultimately help the team achieve the team goal. (Ex. of the community goal: 250,000 new users first semester) Do Your Goals Pass the "SMART" test? Examples Use the questions below to expand on each of your goals Need some more insight on SMART Goals? Here's some supplemental reading: Examples: So what are S.M.A.R.T. goals? More goals? Here's some additional boxes AS AMBASSADORS, YOU NEED TO THINK ABOUT CREATING A SENSE OF PURPOSE AND MISSION GOOD GOAL: Effective leaders are recognized by their commitment to the organization or role. Everything leaders do revolves around their passion for the organization’s deeper purpose. Those who create a sense of mission in an organization feel the purpose is meaningful and “beyond oneself.” The organization’s mission resonates through the leader’s words, actions, expectations and decisions. MY SMART GOALS: What do you want to accomplish? Who will be involved? Who are the stakeholders? Where will this goal take place? When will the goal be accomplished? How will you measure progress and success? What are some requirements needed to achieve this goal? What are some potential obstacles that could stand in the way? Why is this goal important to increasing Prezi usage on campus? What benefits will Prezi receive by accomplishing this goal? Product How would you describe the Prezi product? How does Prezi relate to the market (i.e. your campus)? What does your market need, what do they currently use, what do they need above and beyond what they currently use? Competition Can you describe your competition? What makes Prezi stand apart from the competition? What is the competition doing about branding on campus? Zoom in and create an action plan for each goal *Include at least three Remember, you can be creative! This is just a template, so feel free to move things around and make it your own. Helping people share their ideas so they can change the world. BAD GOAL: “We’re going to advertise on social media, spread flyers, and make phone calls to help publicize the rugby team’s exhibition game.” “We’re going to advertise on social media for one week, post 50 flyers in all the classroom buildings, and each make 10 phone calls to help publicize the rugby team’s exhibition game.” Strategies to consider: Networking - go where your market is Direct marketing - flyers, speaking in classes Advertising - campus TV's, chalking on campus Training programs - to increase awareness Write articles, give advice, become known as an expert Publicity/press releases/news articles REALISTIC — To be realistic, a goal must represent an objective toward which you are both willing and able to work. A goal can be both high and realistic. You are the only one who can decide just how high your goal should be, but be sure that every goal represents substantial progress. A high goal is frequently easier to reach than a low one because a low goal exerts low

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