Staffing Challenges and Opportunities in the Fitness Industry
Join Crystal Reynolds, owner and operator of 43 Degrees North Athletic Club, to learn how to manage multiple roles when staffing is lean while recruiting new team members.
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Owner & Operator
43 Degrees North Athletic Club
You may have heard of “The Great Resignation” or the “Big Quit”—a phrase used to describe 2021 job trends where staff have left their jobs in wild amounts. We’ve turned the page on 2021, and as we move into 2022 but we’re still feeling the pain! Staffing challenges still abound from shifts to remote working trends, to finding the right candidates and balancing it all when you may be short-staffed.
Sometimes, you may feel like you’re wearing all the hats at once…from your sales hat to your marketing hat, instructor, trainer, and beyond! In this webinar with Crystal Reynolds, owner and operator of 43 Degrees North Athletic Club, learn how to manage multiple roles when staffing is lean while recruiting your new team members. Crystal will share her system on prioritizing tasks, strengthening relationships with current staff, and address the shortages and methods for recruiting during this challenging time.
Identify how to prioritize tasks
Learn ways to strengthen your relationships with your current team members
Learn how to reorg and combine responsibilities to create new job descriptions
Refer to your mission, vision, and values to guide your decision making
Create a daily time schedule for each "bucket" you're responsible for
Learn low/no cost ideas to keep morale positive and forward-moving
Crystal Reynolds is the owner and operator of 43 Degrees North Athletic Club in Concord, New Hampshire. 43° is a full-service health club uniquely featuring four dedicated boutiques studios, an environmentally sustainable footprint, and spa amenities. The club’s success is based on cutting edge programming coupled with a focus on creating an exceptional member experience. In addition to running the day-to-day operations of the club, Crystal maintains her mission of “Making Good Health Simple” by volunteering, writing for the newspaper, continuing to coach clients, and being a Fitness Business Podcast fanatic!
Crystal shares her 17 years of experience with the world as an in-demand fitness business presenter, speaking regularly at industry events such as IHRSA and Club Industry. Crystal’s practical knowledge and experience coupled with her authenticity and sense of humor leave audiences educated and inspired.