How to turn employees into stakeholders
How distributed decision making can transform your fitness business
How to measure performance in a business using distributed decision making
Chuck Blakeman is a serial entrepreneur, an internationally acclaimed speaker, weekly Inc. Magazine contributor, best-selling author and world-renowned business advisor who has built ten businesses in seven industries on four continents.
As Brand President for Anytime Fitness, Stacy Anderson steers the world’s largest and fastest-growing fitness franchise, serving 3 million members at gyms located in 30 countries on five continents. Her top priority is leading the evolution of Anytime Fitness from its pioneering 24/7 convenience model to a more personalized coaching approach, featuring new digital technologies and a broader selection of group training programs.
Why should a fitness business be on You Tube?
How to set up a You Tube channel?
When loading a video what should we include in the decryption, tags?
How can we help the Search Engine Optimisation of our videos?
Sean Cannell is a YouTuber, international speaker, and business coach who built a seven figure media company helping entrepreneurs and creatives build their influence and income with online video.
Topics discussed in this show:
Essential skills that Personal Trainers need to succeed
Tips on Time Management for PT's
Advice about operating on multiple platforms
Ben Coomber is a nutritionist (BSc, CISSN), Coach, speaker and writer. Ben has the UK’s #1 rated health and fitness podcast on iTunes ‘Ben Coomber Radio’. Ben run’s The BTN Academy, an online nutrition education company. Ben also owns Awesome Supplements, a brand offering clarity in the confusing world of supplements. Ben is a sought-after speaker selling out his own public seminars on nutrition, health and personal development alongside speaking at the major UK fitness events.
Kristen Hadeed imagines a world in which all organizations have cultures that empower people to keep climbing toward the best version of themselves every day. As the young leader of Student Maid, a successful cleaning company that hires primarily students, Kristen has fostered a unique perspective on leadership, organizational culture and engaging the next generation.
In October 2017, she published her first book, “Permission To Screw Up,” in which she tells the stories of her biggest mistakes in leadership. She hopes to inspire other leaders to share their “perfectly imperfect” stories of success to empower people with the knowledge that even if they screw up, they can still make it.