Just like families constantly struggle to balance the needs of its members, so too does a business endeavor to find the right balance of serving customers, stakeholders, and employees. There are three key things that, when understood, help achieve these goals.
I have found there are two main types of leaders in the industry of strength and conditioning. There are those who inspire others and there are those who dictate.
Business leaders, coaches, and teachers agree, day one must be the day where expectations are communicated and group culture is explained. This conversation takes about 45 minutes and these topics are always covered.
Things aren’t all sunshine and rainbows in this field, and even when you’re winning, sometimes it doesn’t feel like you’re winning. Can you handle it?
Make this your chance to verify how training (all our hard work) gives us lots of opportunities to enjoy life.
It’s not all smiles and pep talks. There will be broom duty, but kindness should always be somewhere in the mix.