Dr. Sheila Jocelyn Shaw
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“Providing physical fitness to everyone regardless of physical or geographic barriers”.
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Advantages to the client
Convenience for clients:
Rural clients, clients that might have limitations in getting to preferred equipment
Time; convenience for training sessions, travel
Money; costs for membership fees, maintenance
Security; for client, supplies
Geographic: Gym location or transportation for the client
Psychographic: physical limitations
Extrovert/introvert or personality types
Learning styles that enhance or are compatible with training
Ways to reduce inventory cost
Reduction of gym rental space costs
herbal supplement suppliers
Target Online stores that have less market visibility
Athletic sponsorship, pro player/sports affiliates/ performance music supplies
Athletic scholarship sponsorships/Scholarship donations
Charity sponsorship/global investment opportunities. Global accounts, national accounts
"Power With"vs."Power Over"This is a cooperative system that has "purpose"purpose a&"membership" membership motivates people2 perform. motivation2 participate eliminates drop&,encourages people 2stay cooperative action.
People need 2 b attracted what attracts people is familiarity, human characteristics, creativity, ingenuity &imagination that are widely dispersed, global. the demand for change, adaptability. participation promotes growth of organizations, the system.
Questions to keep in mind while reading this marketing strategy include:
What are the benefits? Why is this important?
How can this benefit?
Where can I do this?
Who else is doing this?
The benefits are multidimensional including new employment paradigms, maximum utility of time and geography, the social trends are demanding more service venues and quality service, flexibility, and modern technology which is a global demand along with more health conscious and green conscious attitudes.
/PRWEB.COM BUSINESS PROMOTION
TIME GEOGRAPHY/THE MOST FROM TIME MANAGEMENT WOULD BE ACHIEVED BY UTILIZING A SYSTEM OF SELLERS AND BUYERS AS WORKERS/
BUYERS AND SELLERS OF TIME
Input hours of availability for today, tomorrow or any day up to 4 weeks from now
Receive details of each booking for which a buyer has committed to their rate by text, email or webpage
Buyers (anyone hiring the time of local people):
Input their requirements
THE SELF MANAGMENT SYSTEM
TIME BANKS EXCHANGE OF SERVICES FOR SOME TYPE OF CREDIT.
"They are adapted to tackling different challenges, often through getting people engaged in solving problems when none of the usual strategies seem to work"
"What time banks also do is encourage a huge increase in volunteering...by the people who are usually the subjects of the volunteers' work. As long as these systems are kept local, time banks encourage people out of their shells. They make things happen, just like money does, but without the complications that financial obligation can bring."
Decentralized organizational design
Emphasis on flexibility
Close ties to suppliers, interactions with suppliers enable the fast flow of information.
Suppliers can inform a team of any changes in what they supply.
Suppliers about quality or scheduling problems so the suppliers can quickly correct the problem
and customers, use of modern information technologies,
diversity of markets,
self managing teams,
Benefits of employee work design include:
higher job satisfaction
Benefits of self managing work teams include quality assurance, workforce diversity, meeting higher skill requirements, inter-group processes,
adopt the good features of face to face groups
Modern technology allows for remote locations
Unmet needs in consumer health fitness care? Employment design, diversity, flexibility, transportation, and age awareness makes the mobile fitness idea unique in it’s operations, CURRENT/FUTURE TRENDS? Appointments by buyer/seller job boards whereas interested personnel will sell their hours for the purposes of skill swap/match exchange with the buyer which insures targeted job task, job design, job performance will be completed and client relationships are enhanced with a personalized service, attention and personalized care in areas desired on demand and through flexible outsourcing process. The flexibility also will met the developmental stages of the business and the business‘s goals. On demand service will eliminate the cost of major overhead or facility maintenance, reduction in operating costs or reallocation of the operating budget which benefit’s the client by providing skilled personnel, better equipment, modern assessments in training trends and care is more likely due to the need for practitioners to become known, gain exposure, or market skills and products, skills matching. Organizational staffing venture-ships or investments in the skills swap/exchange board system also builds strong community ties and knowledge within the market that will enable the organization to develop premium care, partnerships, auxiliary services/alliances with other businesses operating within the market, public interest organizations, builders, developers and financiers to promote the development of the business growth. An example of interest would be an operating medium or business culture such as Planet Fitness or 24 hour Fitness, two companies or organizational cultures with clear service goals oriented with needs of flexibility in design towards meeting customer lifestyle psychographics.
Key Maintenance Objectives: The buyer/seller personnel system enhances the reporting system and maintenance of the business operations with interested personnel operating and interfacing through the use of information technology for scheduling, conferencing telecommutes, market research and on a two way radio/cell phone/pager communications network dispatch such as an on call practitioner database. Forming a development team to review responsibilities They will work with your board of directors to develop a keep site of the strategic plan for the project and business. The development team will overview committees such as the budget, finance, fund-raising, marketing, design, construction, communications and long-term management committees
The development team will identify and access resources, represent the business development, mission of the business and project at community meetings, in other public forums, provide market research and oversight throughout the development process.
WHAT ALSO MAKES THIS ATTRACTIVE?
The Anti Stress/Stress Invention Implementation in Employee Assistance Programs & Employee Counseling Programs ARE DEMANDING LOCAL/REMOTE PROGRAMS FOR EMPLOYMENT VENUES TO LOWER THE $300 BILLION DOLLAR STRESS WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION CLAIMS
Organizational Development and Managing Professionals
Dr. Sheila Shaw, Ph.D./D.B.A/M.B.A
Stress intervention and strategies to lower, eliminate and prevent occupational stress, the
harmful physical and emotional responses that occur when the requirements of a job do not
match the capabilities, resources or needs of the worker, in the workplace is the investment
organizations and employees are making in their in their lives to live productively, lessen health
related illnesses and prevent costly accidents, injury or business loss
Good stress, called eustress, provides stimulation, excitement, and a competitive edge...
Bad stress is said to be the “physiological reaction to external and internal events.” The mind
and body become unable to relax after continued stressful events. Burnout is the physical,
emotional, and mental response to constant, unmanaged high levels of stress.
Stress builds until a person feels he can no longer control his world. The result is that he
becomes paralyzed, unable to act. Sometimes these physical and psychological problems
become severe enough to cause illness and a complete inability to function. The worker feels
overwhelmed and his or her career is actually threatened.
Employee stress is a concern to organizations and management because daily anxiety wears
down a person's ability to perform at the top of his or her game and can lead to costly mistakes.
The investment in employee related stress busters, and programs such as employee assistance
programs are interventions derived from the diagnosis of stress in the workplace. The notion
of health "protection" refers to intervention in the work environment to reduce worker exposures
to workplace hazards, while health "promotion" refers to individual-level interventions to equip
workers with knowledge and resources to improve their health and thereby resist hazards in the
* stress carries a $300 billion price tag for U.S. industries In a recent Gallup Poll, 80
percent of workers said they feel stress on the job. Nearly half said they need help in learning
how to manage stress, and 42 percent said their coworkers need help in coping with stress.
* The annual cost of depression to the U.S. economy is estimated at $44 billion. Today,
depression and associated pharmacy costs are the leading financial expenditures in health care
* stress is implicated in 60 to 90 percent of medical problems that can cost the average
company up to 45 percent of its after-tax profits.
Stress adds to the cost of doing business in many ways.
· Absenteeism Stressed-out employees miss work both as a coping mechanism and due
to health-related problems. Workers experiencing high stress are over two times more likely to
be absent more than five times per year.
· Stress-related claims fall under workers compensation claims
Symptoms of Stress
Physical symptoms include: feeling fatigued, exhausted, or drained, irritability/lower tolerance
levels, muscle tension, achy joints, headaches, upset stomach or loss of appetite, susceptibility
Emotional symptoms include depression/hopelessness, frustration,loss of self-esteem, feeling
powerless or trapped, and anxiety/nervousness
Behavioral symptoms include: inability to laugh at daily situations, social withdrawal from
coworkers, peers, and family members, change in job performance: increased tardiness or
absenteeism and decreased efficiency or productivity, self-medication—increased use of
alcohol, tranquilizers, or other mood-altering drugs
Stress Reduction Strategies
Have a stress-control plan
"Command and Control" techniques
• destroy counterproductive, stress-producing habits
• adopt new, effective habits
• become mentally tough, emotionally in control
• communicate in a positive way
Don’t wait until things spiral out of control. Use the following strategies to control and lower the
levels of stress in your life.:
· Keep your sense of humor
· Pace yourself
Use good time management strategies to help manage your workload. Set realistic deadlines
and goals. Identify job activities that could be simplified or delegated and create contingency
plans to deal with unexpected events.
Value yourself and your contribution to the company. Do the best work you can, even if you feel
no one is noticing. Share your achievements with your boss. Vow to keep a positive outlook.
· Release stressful feelings
Being frequently angry, filled with rage or anxiety, and is not healthy. Find a sport or exercise
that works for you and make sure to schedule time for regular physical activity. If you become
stressed out at work, take a brisk walk to help release pent up emotions and aid the body in
eliminating harmful chemicals.
· Practice good nutrition
Stress robs your body of needed vitamins and minerals such as vitamin B and vitamin C,
potassium, calcium, and zinc. A number of studies have concluded that stress increases one’s
susceptibility to illness. Eating fresh fruits and vegetables, maintaining a balanced diet and
limiting the amount of caffeine, nicotine, and sugar promotes health and improves your ability to
handle difficult situations.
· Talk to someone
Have an emotional outlet. Share your burden; discuss stressful events with another person.
Often an associate, friend/loved one or Employee Assistance Program (EAP) counselor can
help you see the lighter side or offer a fresh approach to a problem.
· Take time for yourself
Take stress breaks during the day. Stretch at your desk. Take short vacations away from the
job at least twice a year. It is important to take time off for yourself especially during stressful
· Understand stress triggers.
· Support stress-relief programs.
· Offer mental-health benefits.
Employer practitioners in diagnosing stress in the workplace are implementing:
* development of improved methods and tools for job stress research, including
surveillance instruments to better understand how the organization of work is changing
* studies to further understand how workplace stress contributes to illness, injury at
work, and disease development, including study of intervening factors and laboratory-based
research of underlying biological mechanisms
* investigations of stress in understudied populations, occupations and sectors
* studies to better understand the socioeconomic cost and burden of job stress
* studies to identify effective multilevel intervention strategies to prevent stress at work
3 Websites relating to Stress, one page summary
How to avoid stress-related disability claims
Stress-related disability cases brought against employers represent 11 percent of all
occupational disease claims. The three types of stress-related claims against employers are:
(1) mental impairment caused by physical injury, (2) physical illness caused by stress, and
(3) mental disability caused by stress. Stress-related disability claims are governed by state
laws. Several stress-related disability cases heard in Pennsylvania courts are briefly discussed.
Because the most common causes of stress involve supervisory conduct or employer action
or inaction, minimization of stress-related claims can be achieved by training supervisors
in: interpersonal skills, employee evaluation, employee motivation, employee counseling,
disciplining and discharging employees, supervisory skills, and conflict management. Other
stress-preventing measures include: hiring employees to fit job requirements,instituting
employee wellness programs, and implementing employee assistance plans.author: Voluck, Philip R., Abramson, Herbert
Shaw Mobile Fitness notes;
Corporate sponsorship/endorsements SUCH AS:
Sports gear: glasses, hats, guards, exercise equipment
24 hour Fitness
OPERATING EXPENSESwww.outdoorsportsworld.us/ www.champssports.com www.24hourfitness.com http://buzurl.com/aq90http://www.ladyfootlocker.com/catalog/brands/supercat--brands/?cm=TnBrandsSupcat#Misc www.champssports.com www.24hourfitness.com Outdoor Sportsworld
A MAJOR PORTION OFFSETS THE EXPENSES OR OPERATIONAL COSTS WHICH CAN BE DEFFERED OR OFFSET BY AN EXCHANGE OF ADVERTISING WITH BRANDS WITH EXISTING RECOGNITION,; 12 MONTH SPONSORSHIPS AND ENDOWMENT FUNDS THAT ARE COMBINED WITH CHARITABLE CONTRIBUTIONS SUCH AS VOLUNTEER OR SPEAKING SEMINARS CONDUCTED BY MOTIVATIONALIST, ATHLETES OR BUSINESS PERSONALITIES. MOST BRAND RECOGNITION STRATEGIES WOULD LIKE TO EXCHANGE OR SPONSOR ATHLETIC OR HEALTH AND EDUCATIONAL EVENTS. IN ADDITION ANY FUNDRAISING ACTIVITIES WITH NOTABLE BRANDS, LOCATIONS AND PERSONALITIES WOULD REDUCE EXPENSES, THE ADDITION OF QUALIFYING LOANS AND INVESTMENTS THAT ARE APPLICABLE TO THE BUSINESS SIZE WOULD GENERATE CASH FLOW AND OPERATING FINANCES.
sportsvite team endorsements and sponsorship.
POTENTIAL SPONSORS MIGHT INCLUDE CORPORATE AND PRIVATE BRANDS:
MOBILE VEHICLES/FUEL EXPENSES
Bottled Water companies
Procter & Gamble
credit card companies
food/energy sports drink companies
wear, gear, equipment
health practitioners including sports psychologist
first aid -OTC
performance video enhancement
The benefits of alternative fuel in transportation costs
Hybrid vehicle attractiveness in design