Excellence In Retail: Top 5 of 2015

Image Source: Katy Boyd
Image Source: Katy Boyd

Excellence In Retail: Top 5 of 2015

I just want to start off by saying “Thank You” to everyone who has supported my blog. Starting a blog was on my “to-do” list for 2015 and I finally got to it in late July. It has been such a fun endeavor and I get to write about my experiences and my passion for the retail industry.

So, “Thank You” to everyone who has read my blog, sent me feedback, liked, shared, favorited, pinned, and retweeted my posts. It means a lot.

Since it seems to be “a thing” in the blogging world – I wanted to share my most popular posts of 2015. Here they are:

1) Retail Workplace Happiness

2) Supporting and Inspiring Change In Retail

3) Deadly Sins of Retail Communication

4) Why Good People Quit In Retail (And What Compels Them To Stay)

5) Managing Organization Vision & Values

I look forward to being able to share my perspective on our incredible industry in 2016 through this blog so please check back frequently for new information.

Please feel free to add me to your “Feedly” by saving “www.cottoncandyfshn.com” so you never miss a new update. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to email me at: beth@excellencein-retail.com

Again, I appreciate your support! Happy New Year!



Founder and Editor in Chief of Excellence In Retail and 18 year retailer. I am a passionate and creative leader and coach committed to inspiring thought, action, truth-telling, solution-seeking, and dialog about how to maximize talent through identifying and creating a process around critical success factors, workplace culture, signature leadership practices, productivity, profitability, alignment of employees and company vision & values, and workplace happiness inside all retail organizations. I help create healthy, vibrant, high-performing, and highly-productive organizations that are talent magnets and focused on delivering the highest level of customer experience that will differentiate them from competition and result in long-term growth and sustainability.

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