BFU TV #3: DEVELOPING A TEAM OF SUPERHEROES

by Mark Fisher
In our last video blog, we talked about a few topics related to building and supporting your team.

In this post, we’ll be taking a deep dive into how to set up systems to develop your team on an on-going basis. Although this can be time consuming, your job as the leader is to make your team as awesome as possible.

By setting up systems for team training and development, you’ll keep your superheroes engaged, help them kick ass at their jobs, and differentiate your facility as a place for high achievers. Perhaps most importantly, by investing time, energy, and money in your team, you can prove you genuinely care about their success.

In the video below you’ll learn:

  • How to effectively leverage individual, one-on-one training
  • How to make sure you’re getting the most out of team meetings
  • How to create systems to properly prioritize different types of education
  • How your comments on my unicorn hat have inspired me to wear it out in the world

Share this video with anyone who is responsible for developing a high performing team!

Comments

4 Comments

  1. Jeff Blair

    Very valuable Mark. The education and team meeting parts were awesome. Thanks!

    Reply
  2. Jeff Blair

    Question Mark please….

    “We ask trainers read 2 books per week” (9:48).

    Was that meant to be “per week?”

    Thanks

    Reply
    • mark@markfisherfitness.com

      Hey Jeff! Sorry I mis-spoke. We ask them to read 2 books per MONTH. (Though I personally do shoot for 2 books per week, I concede that would be a pretty extreme requirement haha)

      Reply
      • Jeff Blair

        Thanks for the reply Mark

        Reply

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