How to be a Leader in Health and Business 

Role-model leadership 

There’s nothing better than seeing the leader, the manager of the organisation with a passion for fitness and exercise. It sparks passion in the minds of people and sets the scene for employees. At Fitlink for Business we know this is is true. There is nothing stronger than seeing our CEO, Paul Gosnell out on one of his sunrise runs, Head of Sales, Oliver Levey hitting a hill session at lunchtime, or Head of Marketing, Kirsty Hogben doing her 100-day sea swims. Role-model leadership from the top makes the whole team inspired and willing to participate in a fit and healthy way of life. 


Our CEO Paul on one of his inspiring sunrise runs

Above: Our CEO Paul Gosnell out on one of his inspiring sunrise runs.


At Fitlink we’re already a team of health and fitness enthuasiasts, but we know that to truly inspire others we all need to be leaders- and even better ones if we want to change the workplace and the world.

“Be the change you wish to see in the world” – Gandhi

At Fitlink our goal is to get 1 million people fit around the world and Fitlink for Business is the realisation of that dream. We’re a company who thrive on changing the world through fitness and we use clever tech in all our world-class products to do this. 

Our six products- Learn, Inspire, Thrive, Love, Boost, and Motivate- help your employees love where they work. 

If you want to build a business you love it starts from the top…


  1. Listen to your people…

Take the lead by being the first to move, ask them questions, let them be heard.

  1. Provide them with the tech and tools to support them… 

Report with Learn, Launch with InspireConnect with Thrive, and make your people succeed with the tech that’s behind  all our world-class products. 

  1. Create an intentional workplace culture…

To activate their inner athlete, and get them to look after their wellbeing, you need to be active instead of passive. To create a workplace culture of health and fitness you need to find your why. Its not about what you do, it’s about why you do it. Why do you do what you do? Know your purpose, then practise what you preach. Then you’ll attract and keep top performers.

Create an environment where your employees can flourish- and you do this by supporting their health and wellbeing actively.