Scott Brinson Named Store Manager of the Year for Food Lion Family & Bloom
In today’s virtual market place, consumers often forget whats important. Many of us have turned to the virtualk market place because its a good alternative to dealing with horrible customer service. This week in Richlands, NC, a grocery store manager, Scott Brinson, was award for being one of the best in the nation. How did he accomplish this goal?
The simple time honored commitment of store to customer relations that has so far been gone in this generation. He takes special care to make sure specialty items are availible for all occasions. He take a personal hand in making sure his stores assciates work as a team making sure shelves are stocked and the store is always clean. This striving for excellance is hard to find in stores now of days. Many stores in super market chains have lossed alot of this home grown idea.
Scott Brinson, does what was done many of years ago. He listens and takes care of his customers needs and helps arrange a shopping expierence. This manager also knows how to relate to his employees which many store managers in this country have lost track of.
With more stores hiring managers straight out of college and sometimes high school. Many managers never make the transition up the chain which is needed to relate to your employees. Scott Brinson, has worked almost every position at the Lion King Grocery store he has managed for the last two years. This on the level ability to relate to ones employees shows them that you know what you are talking about and also lets them know that someday they can be where you are standing if they work hard enough. Only good leadership though can make all of these componant come together.
Scott is the best simple because he is able to bring all of these things together. He is a strong leader who knows what it is to once have to follow, has a though understanding of why customer services is still important, and is able to accomadate in this modern economy. He is a true testament and what more stores need to implament to stay a float in these rough times.