Category Archive: Tips

  • From the Blog:

    Steps to Opening a Child Care Franchise

    A common question that Kiddie Academy‘s team is asked over and over is — What are the steps I need to take to open an educational childcare franchise location?  Of course, our team will work with you every step of the way to guide you through the process.  For a snapshot look at the key […]

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    Infographic: Keeping Kids Safe in the Digital World

    Kiddie Academy’s marketing team has a comprehensive program designed to increase awareness for the brand and support our franchisees.  Here’s an infographic that’s part of a campaign we just launched to coordinate with the holiday gift-giving season.  It’s designed for social media sharing via Facebook, Twitter, blogs and the like. Courtesy of: www.kafamilyessentials.com If you’d […]

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    Kiddie Academy® Promotes Generosity for Family Volunteer Day

    “Today, families are finding new ways to spend time together-and volunteering is one way to do just that. It can benefit a child’s psychological, social and intellectual development through new learning experiences and the development of new skills,” says Richard Peterson, vice president of education for Kiddie Academy® Child Care Learning Centers. “Volunteering together as […]

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    Leadership Tips Series

    You don’t have to be a kid to enjoy a special treat.  A recent study by the Society for Human Resource Management shows that employees are looking for overt examples of their employer’s appreciation. Leadership Tip # 9: Show Appreciation Be surprising.  In addition to formal review programs, plan simple treats for your team to […]

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    Leadership Tip #2

    The next in our series of Leadership Tips for business owners.  Leadership Tip #2 Be real, all the time.  You’ll earn your team’s respect when you are transparent, honest, and genuine in everything you do. If you make a blunder, own it and learn from it.    

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