Culture is dependent on who you hire, who you terminate and how you compensateRead More
Some people have better skills then others in various job functions Try to get your team members in the optimal roles for their skill set. It is much easier to make someone better at what they enjoy and are currently good at then to try to teach them something they don’t have an aptitude or…Read More
Most if not all want to have a purpose in their work Does our full team know the WHY of your organization? The real WHY? Why did your organization begin – why did the founders do what they did? What is the current vision, mission and most importantly Core Values that are non-negotiable to the…Read More
What are you doing informally and formally to show appreciation for your teams?Read More
Tell what you want – Show how it is done – Do it with the new staff member (hands on).Read More
I know there is a lot of talk about Millennials (more now as they are the major force in the marketplace), Boomers, Generation X and every other classification demographers can come up with. There are currently 5 (Yes – FIVE) generations in the current workforce.Read More
The fitness industry is demanding: long hours and constant focus on other people.Read More
As an employer we often dread the conversation with someone about a pay rise. Here are 3 tips for you:Read More
Consistently attracting (and keeping) the right clients into ANY business is an ongoing battle. You’ve gotta hustle to bring new clients in the door, get busy serving them, and then it’s all too easy to lose momentum with the marketing activities that continue driving prospects to your business.Read More
It’s been six months since the nightmare coach you’d hired on the fly has even stepped foot in your gym.
After hearing the complaints from former customers—and reading them on social media—you decided it’d be better to be understaffed than poorly staffed and sent him packing.