I have worked in a dispensary for three years and I love my job. I work as a full time budtender in the dispensary and I have the highest sales in the store. I know my cannabis products and what customer would fit them. I have a whole pitch that I give when someone walks in the store. I can tell the repeat customers about new products they would like and the first time customers would type of product would work for them. Since I am so good at my job, I got a promotion. In a month I will be the manager of the dispensary. I figured I was all good to go, I mean I already did marijuana science training and budtender sales training when I was hired. I went to a company and did a bunch of fake sales pitches. I got some helpful tips on how to get certain products off the shelves and how to make everyone feel good in the experience. Well, since I am being promoted I need to learn on what it takes to be a manager. I have to take dispensary team education. These courses are more about pushing my budtenders that I oversee to be better. The best things I have learned so for is called ABC, always be coaching. I need to be always giving them helpful hints and stressing to ask more questions. Also, the business recommended that I do monthly accountability meetings with my staff and that we set goals as an individual and as a team during those meetings. Finally, the training course stressed to make the budtenders feel good about accomplishments in our industry and find a way to celebrate them.