Latest News – February 7
Grand Opening for New Crossfit 10-20 Gym Tomorrow
How’s your New Year commitment to good health and fitness going? Maybe at this point in the new year, you’re looking to change it up, or even ramp it up a little? Then Leadville’s newest gym, CrossFit 10-2, could be opening its doors at just the right time!
The new fitness facility is hosting a Grand Opening tomorrow, Feb. 8 at 1 p.m. CrossFit 10-2 is located at 615 Hwy 24 South. The new gym is owned by fitness coaches Adam Olson and Brandon Drury. The instructional team is rounded out by Leadville women instructors Kristin Sparkman and Lindsey Parlins. Classes start on Monday, Feb. 9.
For those unfamiliar with this workout, CrossFit is “a constantly varied, functional movement, preformed at high intensity,” according to their website. You can check out all the detail, including membership opportunities at the CrossFit 10-2 website.
How Worker Generations Vary in the Workplace
Kids these days, they just don’t get it! My boss is out of touch with today’s world! If you’ve found yourself saying this, then maybe it’s time you understood a bit more about today’s labor market, which now includes workers and managers from many different generations: Baby Boomers, GenXers, and now, Millennials
If you’re interested in learning more about this labor trend, then be sure to join the Leadville Colorado Workforce Center for “The Generations in the Workplace” Roundtable to be held on Tuesday, Feb. 17 at 1 p.m. at Colorado Mountain College – Timberline Campus in the IVS Room.
Expert Kathy Stang is a Human Resources Professional with over 26 years of experience working with multi-generations and conducting Leadership Training across Colorado. Highlights from this discussion will include tips fro employers on keeping the communication lines open, how to improve interaction among generations and what makes each generation unique
Please RSVP by February 15 to Leadville Workforce Center: 719-486-2428 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org. Space is limited. This roundtable is provided by the Leadville Workforce Center.