I believe everyone reading this column can agree that one of the most frustrating and challenging aspects of running a successful martial arts school is locating, acquiring, and retaining extraordinary staff at all levels of your business. But the one staff member who can ultimately make or break a martial arts school is its instructor. It is a fact that most, if not all, success depends on how well your floor is operating and the quality of students you are producing. The development of new and future instructors and the retention of high-quality instructors has always been a challenge throughout our industry. I’ll help you gain a better understanding of
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