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The authoritative guide on managing a fitness facility
Table of Contents
|Introducing the Health and Fitness Industry|
|Recognizing the Importance of Leaders and Managers|
|Understanding Organizational Design|
|Recruiting the Best Staff for Your Facility|
|Training and Developing Staff|
|Managing Staff Performance|
|Compensating Your Employees|
|Member Recruitment, Retention, and Profitability|
|Marketing Your Facility|
|Focusing on Customer Service|
|Retaining Members Through Program Management|
|Generating Revenue Through Profit Centers|
|Operations and Facility Management|
|Understanding Financial Management|
|Addressing Health and Safety Issues|
|Maintaining Your Facility|
|Choosing the Right Equipment|
|Understanding Legal Issues|
|Evaluations and Future Trends|
|Evaluating Your Operation|
|Looking Toward the Future|
|About the Editor|
|Table of Contents provided by Publisher. All Rights Reserved.|