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    An in-depth look at meat through the shopper’s eyes. View this session to learn about the results of the 2022 Power of Meat Research.

    Session Description

    FMI and the North American Meat Institute (NAMI) made a difficult decision to cancel the Annual Meat Conference slated for early February. However, we recognize the importance of the annual Power of Meat report to this audience are excited to present the findings virtually.  

    FMI and NAMI, in partnership with Sealed Air, presents this session where attendees will learn more about the impact of changing consumer meat attitudes and behaviors in the context of the ongoing challenges in the meat retail industry.  Receive the most updated insights of shopper habits regarding meat and poultry pre-trip, in-store and at home.

    Session Objectives

    Participants Will

    • Examine changing shopper habits and behaviors due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
    • Gain an understanding of how the continued pandemic and changing economic landscape is influencing meat and poultry decisions.
    • Receive ideas on how the industry can help drive continued category growth.

    Thank you to our Power of Meat Report Title Sponsor!

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    Thank you to our Power of Meat Webinar Sponsors!

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    Study Conducted by 210 Analytics on behalf of FMI - The Food Industry Association and the North American Meat Institute (NAMI)

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    NAMI - North American Meat Institute

    Host

    The North American Meat Institute is the oldest and largest trade association representing U.S. packers and processors of beef, pork, lamb, veal and turkey.

    FMI - The Food Industry Association

    Host

    FMI brings together a wide range of members across the value chain — from retailers who sell to consumers, to producers who supply the food, as well as the wide variety of companies providing critical services — to amplify the collective work of the industry.

    Anne-Marie Roerink

    Principal

    210 Analytics

  • Contains 2 Component(s)

    This session will how to increase the success of team leader meetings.

    Webinar Description:

    Were you ever taught how to conduct an effective business meeting? That’s right, most people haven’t. They practice what they experienced “growing up.” Building on a previous session's emphasis on the importance of strong communications within your store, in this latest episode, we will explore the significance of the Most Important Hour of Your Work Week: the Weekly Department Manager Meeting. By addressing the best techniques and practices, Harold Lloyd will give actionable ways you can turn your “yawner” of a meeting into a lively educational and informational experience for all involved every week!


    What you can expect to get

    1. 18 Tips for an Effective Weekly Team Leaders’ (Department Manager) Meeting
    2. More confidence to lead your team. It’s difficult to be sure of yourself and your ability to conduct a meaningful meeting if you have never been properly coached. Here is your chance to be coached by a master!

    This 60-minute webinar will be in three parts.

    1. The first section will highlight the ways to increase employee morale
    2. Explore in-depth the most important hour of your work week and how to increase the success of weekly department manager meetings.
    3. The last segment will showcase 10 more simple, yet impactful merchandising and operational ideas from great stores all around North America. There will surely be a few ‘gems’ among the 10 for store managers to ‘mine’ to improve their operations and/or merchandising.

    Webinar Objectives

    Store operations professionals should attend in order to learn 4 key takeaways:

    • Identify the best techniques and practices of weekly department manager meetings.
    • Improve your meetings skills and turn them into lively experiences.
    • Gain more confidence to lead your team in a meaningful way.

    Upcoming FMI Webinars

    Harold C. Lloyd

    Harold is a graduate of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and holds an MBA with honors from the University of Chicago.  He has been the president of a company with 1000 employees and 14 stores and was a franchisee of a 3-unit, award-winning family restaurant group. 

    For the last 34 years, Harold has been the featured speaker at the food industry’s most popular events.  He has created 30 top rated seminars and written 4 books.  He has also created and currently facilitates nine industry related share groups.

    Harold is a proud father of 3 and grandfather of 2 and lives in Virginia Beach, VA with his wife, Deanna.

    Harold says, “I’d rather see the audience taking notes than to hear their applause.”  This remark speaks to his intense desire to make a meaningful connection with his audience, which is his ultimate objective.

  • Contains 2 Component(s)

    What can managers do to increase the effectiveness of new employees and decrease turnover?

    Webinar Description:

    With the recent growth in the grocery industry, many food retailers are hiring additional workers.  What can managers do to increase the effectiveness of new employees and decrease turnover? 

    This 60-minute webinar will be in three parts.

    1. The first section will highlight the ways to improve in-store communication.
    2. The main section will outline 12 store level best practices used to effectively On-Board a New Employee (Newbie).

      These tips should all take place within the employee’s first 30 days.  They are cost effective ways to sincerely engage each newly hired employee to increase the likelihood they’ll stay with us longer.  Turnover is expensive, in many ways.

      This webinar will help you reduce employee turnover which is typically the highest during the employee’s first 30 days.
    3. The last segment will showcase 10 more simple, yet impactful merchandising and operational ideas from great stores all around North America. There will surely be a few ‘gems’ among the 10 for store managers to ‘mine’ to improve their operations and/or merchandising.

    Webinar Objectives

    Store operations professionals should attend in order to learn 4 key takeaways:

    • Cultivate 12 store-level best practices to onboard new employees
    • Implement cost effective ways to sincerely engage each newly hired employee
    • Reduce employee turnover


    Upcoming FMI Webinars

    Harold C. Lloyd

    Harold is a graduate of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and holds an MBA with honors from the University of Chicago.  He has been the president of a company with 1000 employees and 14 stores and was a franchisee of a 3-unit, award-winning family restaurant group. 

    For the last 34 years, Harold has been the featured speaker at the food industry’s most popular events.  He has created 30 top rated seminars and written 4 books.  He has also created and currently facilitates nine industry related share groups.

    Harold is a proud father of 3 and grandfather of 2 and lives in Virginia Beach, VA with his wife, Deanna.

    Harold says, “I’d rather see the audience taking notes than to hear their applause.”  This remark speaks to his intense desire to make a meaningful connection with his audience, which is his ultimate objective.

  • Contains 2 Component(s)

    This session will focus on five key in-store communication methods and the best practices that make them work effectively.

    Webinar Description:

    It has been said that ‘Communication’ is the oil necessary for a business’ engine to function properly.  That is why this webinar is so important and timely.  In recent weeks, we have all witnessed how clear and timely communication can make a huge difference in critical situations.

    This session includes three parts.

    1. The first section will review effective time management.
    2. The main section will focus on five key in-store communication methods and the best practices that make them work effectively.
    3. The last segment will showcase 10 more simple, yet impactful merchandising and operational ideas from great stores all around North America

    Webinar Objectives

    Store operations professionals should attend in order to:

    • How to do daily “Huddles” properly.
    • The importance of a three-part break room bulletin board.
    • Why one, “one on one,” each day will work magic for store morale.
    • Why TEAM Meetings are awesome communication tools.
    • And how a simple, handwritten note can be a wonderful communication tool that can make a big difference.

    Upcoming FMI Webinars

    Harold C. Lloyd

    Harold is a graduate of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and holds an MBA with honors from the University of Chicago.  He has been the president of a company with 1000 employees and 14 stores and was a franchisee of a 3-unit, award-winning family restaurant group. 

    For the last 34 years, Harold has been the featured speaker at the food industry’s most popular events.  He has created 30 top rated seminars and written 4 books.  He has also created and currently facilitates nine industry related share groups.

    Harold is a proud father of 3 and grandfather of 2 and lives in Virginia Beach, VA with his wife, Deanna.

    Harold says, “I’d rather see the audience taking notes than to hear their applause.”  This remark speaks to his intense desire to make a meaningful connection with his audience, which is his ultimate objective.

  • Contains 2 Component(s)

    This session is about TIME and how it can be used more effectively in a retail environment. It will also showcase four practical, effective and time-tested time management techniques.

    Webinar Description:

    Retailing is a notoriously time intensive occupation…because of the incredible number of hours that we are open for business.  But working more hours doesn’t make a manager/leader more effective.

    This session is about TIME and how it can be used more effectively in a retail environment.  It will also showcase four practical, effective and time-tested time management techniques all embraceable with a modicum of effort.

    So, if you frequently find yourself wishing a day was 26 hours long or that there were 8 days a week, this session may be time well spent.

    Webinar Objectives

    Store operations professionals should attend in order to learn 4 key takeaways:

    1. The importance of creating a “Priorities of My Life” list.
    2. The need to spend the first 20 minutes of your day quietly planning it.
    3. How to identify the distractions that ‘steal’ your minutes/hours each week.
    4. The ‘importance of’ and ‘how to’ delegate better by creating a functional to-do list each day.

    Target Audience:

    This digital seminar is free to both FMI Members and Non-Members as a sample of the Store Operations Series Content available from FMI - The Food Industry Association. Should you wish to join FMI to take advantage of our superb education offerings, please contact the Membership Department at membership@fmi.org.


    Upcoming FMI Webinars

    Harold C. Lloyd

    Harold is a graduate of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and holds an MBA with honors from the University of Chicago.  He has been the president of a company with 1000 employees and 14 stores and was a franchisee of a 3-unit, award-winning family restaurant group. 

    For the last 34 years, Harold has been the featured speaker at the food industry’s most popular events.  He has created 30 top rated seminars and written 4 books.  He has also created and currently facilitates nine industry related share groups.

    Harold is a proud father of 3 and grandfather of 2 and lives in Virginia Beach, VA with his wife, Deanna.

    Harold says, “I’d rather see the audience taking notes than to hear their applause.”  This remark speaks to his intense desire to make a meaningful connection with his audience, which is his ultimate objective.

  • Contains 2 Component(s)

    The two sides of the “Leadership Coin” are Employee Recognition and Progressive Discipline. Most managers today fail to realize that these extremely vital management tools are ongoing processes and not one-time events.

    Webinar Description:

    The two sides of the “Leadership Coin” are Employee Recognition and Progressive Discipline. Most managers today fail to realize that these extremely vital management tools are ongoing processes and not one-time events. In most cases, we fail to utilize either tool with sufficient frequency and efficacy.

    In this 45-minute session, we will explore the reasons why these two sides of the “Leadership Coin” are often neglected and will look at effective ways to recognize your employees and foster a culture of progressive managing that you can implement more confidently. This session is a must-see for anyone managing anyone.

    As a bonus, Harold Lloyd will close out the session by sharing his Favorite Fotos!

    Webinar Objectives

    Store operations professionals should attend in order to:

    • Improve management skills.
    • Identify effective ways to recognize employees.
    • Create a culture of progressive management.


    Upcoming FMI Webinars

    Harold C. Lloyd

    Harold is a graduate of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and holds an MBA with honors from the University of Chicago.  He has been the president of a company with 1000 employees and 14 stores and was a franchisee of a 3-unit, award-winning family restaurant group. 

    For the last 34 years, Harold has been the featured speaker at the food industry’s most popular events.  He has created 30 top rated seminars and written 4 books.  He has also created and currently facilitates nine industry related share groups.

    Harold is a proud father of 3 and grandfather of 2 and lives in Virginia Beach, VA with his wife, Deanna.

    Harold says, “I’d rather see the audience taking notes than to hear their applause.”  This remark speaks to his intense desire to make a meaningful connection with his audience, which is his ultimate objective.

  • Contains 2 Component(s)

    No one else in the store has more impact on the store’s bottom line than these three people: The Store Manager, The Front End Manager, The Back Door Receiver. Improve relationships between these three roles and the training you provide your back door receiver.

    Webinar Description:

    The three most important positions in a supermarket are:

                    1.  The Store Manager.  That’s easy to understand.

                    2.  The Front End Manager.  OK, I guess.

                    3.  The Back Door Receiver.  Wait.  What?

    That’s right!  No one else in the store has more impact on the store’s bottom line than these three people.

    For now, think about the quality of the person you have on your back door and the amount/quality of the training he/she has received.  (Gulp!)

    Admittedly, in only 50 minutes, this session will only scratch the surface on what the store manager and receiving manager both need to know.

    But it will be a ‘eye-opening’ start to taking more control of the back of your store. You’ll be excited to learn that the bulk of the information to be shared in this session will be derived from a two-day Receiving Managers’ Conference we are hosting just the week prior. We will take what we have learned first hand from them and apply it to improving the relationship between the three most important positions in the store!

    Webinar Objectives

    Store operations professionals should attend in order to:

    • Identify key areas of responsibility for each position.
    • Improve relationships between these three roles.


    Upcoming FMI Webinars

    Harold C. Lloyd

    Harold is a graduate of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and holds an MBA with honors from the University of Chicago.  He has been the president of a company with 1000 employees and 14 stores and was a franchisee of a 3-unit, award-winning family restaurant group. 

    For the last 34 years, Harold has been the featured speaker at the food industry’s most popular events.  He has created 30 top rated seminars and written 4 books.  He has also created and currently facilitates nine industry related share groups.

    Harold is a proud father of 3 and grandfather of 2 and lives in Virginia Beach, VA with his wife, Deanna.

    Harold says, “I’d rather see the audience taking notes than to hear their applause.”  This remark speaks to his intense desire to make a meaningful connection with his audience, which is his ultimate objective.

  • Contains 2 Component(s)

    The First and LASTing Impression of your business has almost nothing to do with the products or services you sell. In fact, a large part of your business' image is formed out in the parking lot and near the front entrance. So, what message is your business sending?

    Webinar Description:

    The First and LASTing Impression of your business has almost nothing to do with the products or services you sell.  In fact, a large part of your business' image is formed out in the parking lot and near the front entrance.

    So, what message is your business sending?  Friendly or apathetic?  Clean or cluttered?  Professional or amateurish?  Fun or boring?  The images go on and on.  But do they complement your desired marketing strategy?  You do have control over the image you're sending.  Are you conveying the image you desire?

    This session will look at fabulous and fatal First and LASTing Impressions and offer suggestions on delivering appropriate and desirable messages to your customers.

    Webinar Objectives

    Store operations professionals should attend in order to:

    • Identify examples of positive first and last impressions.
    • Improve improve the message your business is sending to your customers.


    Upcoming FMI Webinars

    Harold C. Lloyd

    Harold is a graduate of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and holds an MBA with honors from the University of Chicago.  He has been the president of a company with 1000 employees and 14 stores and was a franchisee of a 3-unit, award-winning family restaurant group. 

    For the last 34 years, Harold has been the featured speaker at the food industry’s most popular events.  He has created 30 top rated seminars and written 4 books.  He has also created and currently facilitates nine industry related share groups.

    Harold is a proud father of 3 and grandfather of 2 and lives in Virginia Beach, VA with his wife, Deanna.

    Harold says, “I’d rather see the audience taking notes than to hear their applause.”  This remark speaks to his intense desire to make a meaningful connection with his audience, which is his ultimate objective.

  • Contains 2 Component(s)

    We all know that people prefer to take the path of least resistance. This session will demonstrate how to better manage the FLOW of shoppers from the entrance of the store to the checkout, and how to control their FOCUS on items we want to sell, in the optimum order we would like to sell them.

    Webinar Description:

    We must engage our customers in order to capture their attention while optimizing their shopping experience.  We can do that by understanding how FLOW and FOCUS affect most of the customer’s overall shopping experience.  Minimizing the myriad obstacles that inhibit an easy FLOW throughout your store, while strategically controlling what the customer will FOCUS on once in a department is essential in enhancing customer satisfaction and sales.

    We all know that people prefer to take the path of least resistance.  This session will demonstrate how to better manage the FLOW of shoppers from the entrance of the store to the checkout, and how to control their FOCUS on items we want to sell, in the optimum order we would like to sell them.

    It’s exciting to note that the critical factors affecting FLOW (i.e. signage, parking lot and store layout, road and aisle width, lighting) and FOCUS (i.e. signage, fixtures, scents, lighting, sampling) are all within our control.  When managed properly, these can yield significant and incremental sales.

    Webinar Objectives

    Store operations professionals should attend in order to:

    • Identify critical factors affecting FLOW.
    • Determine how to improve FOCUS within your store.


    Upcoming FMI Webinars

    Harold C. Lloyd

    Harold is a graduate of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and holds an MBA with honors from the University of Chicago.  He has been the president of a company with 1000 employees and 14 stores and was a franchisee of a 3-unit, award-winning family restaurant group. 

    For the last 34 years, Harold has been the featured speaker at the food industry’s most popular events.  He has created 30 top rated seminars and written 4 books.  He has also created and currently facilitates nine industry related share groups.

    Harold is a proud father of 3 and grandfather of 2 and lives in Virginia Beach, VA with his wife, Deanna.

    Harold says, “I’d rather see the audience taking notes than to hear their applause.”  This remark speaks to his intense desire to make a meaningful connection with his audience, which is his ultimate objective.

  • Contains 2 Component(s)

    Do you ever wonder how your store employees’ morale compares to your competitors’? Harold Lloyd will dive deep to help you quantify your current employees’ morale and make sure they are set up for a happy and successful career in your store

    Webinar Description:

    Do you ever wonder how your store employees’ morale compares to your competitors’?

    After the previous session on how to properly onboard a new employee and set them up for a happy and successful career in your store, Harold Lloyd will now dive deep to help you quantify your current employees’ morale and make sure they are set up for a happy and successful career in your store, too. 

    Happy employees equal a happy store and happy customers! 

    What you can expect to get

    1. After benchmarking your company’s morale score through the Retention Probability Test (provided as a resource), this seminar will present you and your team with actionable items to improve each of the 10 areas the test addresses.
    2. The aim is to move your store’s morale in a positive direction. Once you have determined your morale score, you and your managers should discuss your scores together for greater accuracy. Harold Lloyd then recommends taking your lowest rated criteria, one at a time, and tackling them with the advice presented in this episode, so that when you retest in 12 months, you will be certain to have improved your stores’ score.

    This 60 minute session includes in three parts:

    1. We will take a quick look back the most important best practices during An Employee’s First 30 Days.
    2. Harold will dive deep into Employee Morale.
    3. Harold will share his famous Favorite Fotos, this time with a holiday twist!

    Webinar Objectives

    Store operations professionals should attend in order to:

    • Identify 10 components that impact employee morale
    • Determine the employee morale score at your store
    • Implement strategies to improve performance on each component

    Upcoming FMI Webinars

    Harold C. Lloyd

    Harold is a graduate of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and holds an MBA with honors from the University of Chicago.  He has been the president of a company with 1000 employees and 14 stores and was a franchisee of a 3-unit, award-winning family restaurant group. 

    For the last 34 years, Harold has been the featured speaker at the food industry’s most popular events.  He has created 30 top rated seminars and written 4 books.  He has also created and currently facilitates nine industry related share groups.

    Harold is a proud father of 3 and grandfather of 2 and lives in Virginia Beach, VA with his wife, Deanna.

    Harold says, “I’d rather see the audience taking notes than to hear their applause.”  This remark speaks to his intense desire to make a meaningful connection with his audience, which is his ultimate objective.