Merchandising Execution Team (MET) Supervisors lead and influence a team of merchandising execution associates (MEAs) as they execute general service guidelines throughout all departments within a store. MET supervisors direct the work priorities of their teams based on the directives of the district execution manager (DEM), while building and maintaining strong relationships. MET Supervisors supervise the work activities and job performance of associates within their location. MET supervisors monitor and are responsible for key metrics including safety, quality and productivity. MET supervisors provide hiring recommendations to the DEM and are responsible for coaching and training MEA associates within their location.
MET supervisors' Interests tend to be: Enterprising
“Adventurous, ambitious, assertive, extroverted, energetic, enthusiastic, confident and optimistic. They are dominant, persuasive and motivational. They like influencing others, being in charge, taking risks, debating, and competing.”
MET supervisors are effective in managing and developing associates. They use active listening skills with their customers and associates, and they can effectively speak with others to convey information. They are persuasive and skilled in bringing associates together. They use critical thinking skills and good judgment to make decisions or find solutions to work-related concerns. MET supervisors show “social perception” by understanding the needs of their customers and responding appropriately. They are able to adjust their actions in response to others actions.
MET supervisors are willing to take the lead, take on challenges, are persistent in the face of obstacles and can adapt to changes in the work environment. They can be described as dependable and show ethics and integrity in their work. They are tolerant to minor daily stressors. They have a high attention to detail and are analytical thinkers, often developing their own ways to get things done. MET Supervisors enjoy working with others and are cooperative and sensitive to others’ needs.
MET supervisors most value good working conditions, and meeting measures and goals. They also value independence in their work and the ability to make decisions, as well as supportive work environments.