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Salon Ethos owner chosen to teach at NYC Redken Exchange
Salon Ethos owner and Redken Artist Liz Rose-Worman recently traveled to New York City to teach business education techniques at the Redken Exchange.
Sixteen years ago, Salon Ethos owner Liz Rose-Worman attended her first class at the Redken Exchange – “Color and Know Why” with Ellen Lawlor, Lori Zabel, and Daniel Doud. “I was blown away by the experience – being in New York City for the first time, the quality of the education, the facilitators' expertise at bringing out new levels of skills in the students – right then, I set an intention to teach there some day,” she recalled. She's since lost count of how many Exchange classes she's attended as a student, an educator, an assistant to facilitators, a photo shoot production assistant, and in other roles – but she's loved them all. And this year, in April, she got her chance to do just that: be a facilitator for the first time at the Redken Exchange.
Founded in 1991, the Exchange has been an industry leader in interactive, hands-on education for professionals, from award-winning facilitators. There are over 1,000 Redken Artists in the world – professional stylists who attain Redken Specialist, Redken Authority and Redken Certified Stylist certifications, and have completed the numerous trainings and areas of development required for the designation. Redken Artists provide advanced education on business, design, color training, personal development and wealth building.
Rose-Worman was one of just 35 chosen from among this field to teach in April. She facilitated the two-day “Step Up: Fast Track to Wealth” class which she describes as “a financial boot camp for hairdressers.” 
“In my experience, as creative individuals, many stylists struggle with putting best business practices in action, often simply because they lack experience and education,” she continued. “This class is intended to bring greater consciousness to the balance among earning, spending and creating a successful career behind the chair.” 
Her success as a salon owner and stylist was in part what qualified her for the role of facilitator; Salon Ethos currently ranks in the top five per cent of all Redken salons in the U.S. “The principles of good business applies to all stylists, regardless of where they work,” she explained. “No matter their technical skill level, success is impossible to achieve without these fundamentals.”
“The Redken Exchange facilitators I encountered early on in my career gave me inspiration that has never left me,” she declared. “That inspiration has nurtured an ongoing desire to pursue my own personal development as a leader, salon owner and stylist. I'm inspired every day to leave the industry better than I found it, in large part by continuing to pass on that inspiration: to other stylists I teach, to the members of my team at the salon and to the guests we all serve.”


She's looking forward to facilitating her next Exchange class in October. “Whether I'm teaching in my own salon or on the road, nothing fulfills me more than when I see the light come on in their eyes and they take the information they've learned and put it into action – and enjoy amazing success,”