The Fitness Business Leadership ‘Dress’ Code: Tools for Success [WEBINAR]
Determine your leadership style and get equipped with the right tools to “dress” for success. Sponsored by Club Automation + CSI Spectrum.
Sponsored by Club Automation + CSI Spectrum
VP of Training & Programming
Presented by Matt Wright, VP of Training & Programming, City Fitness
Leadership is more than a title or status ranking—leadership is a choice. Gone are the days of the typical top-down approach leadership. We have transitioned into a world where empowering our teams and creating more leaders plays a more crucial role than ever.
In order to lead our team to be the best, we must first invest in ourselves. Who do you want to be as a leader?
By using different scenarios and characters, Matt Wright of City Fitness will help you determine your leadership style. Get equipped with the right tools to allow you to “dress” for success for both you and your teams. In this webinar, he will review the best ways to grow your skills as a leader, the five hats of leadership, and how to integrate both in your everyday life.
- Review the five hats of leadership
- Discuss habits and rituals to become the best leader
- Learn which style is best for the occasion
- Develop an action plan for your leadership journey
“Developing yourself as a leader is important because there has never been a time where leadership has been so important. Our teams and our members rely on us as leaders to serve, empower, and entrust.”
Matt Wright, VP of Training & Programming
City Fitness - Philadelphia, PA
Matt Wright, MS, EP-C, is the VP of personal training and programming at City Fitness in Philadelphia, PA. Matt has spent 10+ years in fitness leadership with an emphasis on member engagement, programmatic solutions for personal/group training, staff education/retention, and team culture.
Wright is an international presenter/educator, member of the IDEA World Personal Trainer Committee, and former president of NEHRSA. He has educated as an adjunct professor, teaching kinesiology, anatomy & physiology, and exercise technique & prescription. He holds a master’s degree in sport & exercise psychology and is a certified exercise physiologist.