Progressive Grocer

JUN 2016

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Store ManagerS Donna Dunn Store #458, Dalton, ga., the Kroger Co. Dunn led her high-performing store team to the highest customer satisfaction rating in a district of 23 stores, as well as the highest rating on the company's Associates Insights Survey, and in a highly competitive market, she grew her store sales by 5 percent. She was a subject-matter expert in the training for My E-Schedule, an online elec- tronic schedule. Dunn's store was consistent- ly among the top three stores for all fundraisers within the division of 186 stores. KriSti enSlinger Store #33, Wichita, Kan., the Kroger Co./ Dillons During a challenging and extensive 11-month expan- sion, Enslinger led her team to achieve an Associate En- gagement score of 84 percent and positive sales growth that surpassed the sales goal by $200,000. In period 12, the store achieved positive sales growth of 6.28 percent, and in period 13, 2.84 percent, with nearly all departments reportiing positive sales growth. Enslinger kept her as- sociates up to date on all of the details of the remodel through constant huddles and a communication board to ensure that staffers could communicate the changes to customers. rhonDa ConWay Store #83, Denver, the Kroger Co./ King Soopers City Market Conway finished a two- year run as store manager of an Aurora, Colo., location, where her team outperformed their goals in sales, EBITDA and shrink. The team aslo outperformed in labor sched- uling and overtime control. In July 2015, she was tapped to manage a high- volume Denver location with diverse customer and associ- ate populations that houses a center for online ordering and home delivery services. Conway guided the African American Associate Resource Group, which she co-chairs, spearheading its involve- ment with several outreach activities. The World Standard For Destratification

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