- MINDBODY update30+ days ago
"To be a good leader, you need to love people." Rick Stollmeyer on leadership in business at the BOLD Conference http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIzWo
- MINDBODY update26 days ago
We caught one doing wall sits for baby! Just another day at MINDBODY!
Leveraging technology to improve the health and wellness of the world
Living by our core values
As a company, we strive to uphold the seven guiding principles that make us who we are and shape where we’re headed:
- Recognizing that finding our purpose and meaning is the most important goal of life.
- Achieving our highest potential through lives of integrity and accountability.
- Conscious that MINDBODY is serving a global cause greater than ourselves.
Humble & Helpful
Caring & Happy
Committed to Wellness: Mind, Body & Spirit
Committed to “Four C” Leadership
We provide numerous perks
- 20 vacation days per year
- $65 in monthly wellness vouchers
- 401(k) and health insurance benefits
- 5+ onsite wellness classes every week
- 3 onsite massage therapists
- 25+ daily menu items from our in-house caterers
- 1 monthly outdoor activity (dodgeball, for example)
The teams that make it all possible
We put our clients first. Our customer service team is at the forefront of making sure every client has the experience they deserve.
Our product development team is at the epicenter of MINDBODY’s continuous evolution. They imagine what’s next, and bring it to life.
Marketing and Sales
Even the best products need creativity and enthusiasm behind them to spread the word. That’s where our marketers and sales specialists come in.
Behind the Scenes
We rely on engineers, accountants, logistics coordinators and many more people to keep things running smoothly at our ever-growing offices.
Best Places to Work
In recognition of our commitment to providing a great workplace, MINDBODY has twice made the list of Outside Magazine's 50 "Best Places to Work" list, alongside companies like Clif Bar, Tough Mudder and The Clymb.
MINDBODY is committed to providing physical activity and wellness opportunities for our employees. We have been recognized as a 2014 Gold Level Recipient of the American Heart Association’s Fit-Friendly Worksites Recognition program.
|Best Medium-Sized Companies to Work For |
Glassdoor’s Employees’ Choice Awards honored MINDBODY as one of the 50 Best Medium-Sized Companies to Work For—a distinction we earned from the reviews our own team members post there.
Life Reimagined For Work
A joint AARP/LinkedIn venture, Life Reimagined For Work helps link experienced workers to great companies that can offer them satisfying careers. MINDBODY is honored to be a member.
A day in the life of an Implementation Coach:
It is morning and you can still smell coffee and breakfast from Popolos Café in the air. You fire up your computer and both monitors blink on. You clock in for the day, nod and smile at the Implementation Coach that sits next to you, look back at your computer, and get started on the day’s work.
You look over your schedule for the day. You have 8 clients scheduled for training. You look at the business names and remember the voices of the owners and the business models. You have a half an hour blocked off on your schedule after lunch to work on that awesome Special Project you pitched to your supervisor that allows you to use your knowledge of the MINDBODY company and software as well as the unique skill set and abilities that you bring to the team to improve the overall experience of the clients that you train. You put on your headset, dial your first client, and the day begins…
It is the end of the day. You are shutting down your workstation and reflecting on the day’s work. Today, you helped clients take an analytical look at their business models. You showed clients how to input different aspects of their business models (Services, Pricing, Schedules, Payscales, etc.) into their site. You helped a fellow Implementation Coach come up with an approach on setting up a MINDBODY site for a Swedish Mobile-Dog-Grooming/Yoga/Yoga-with-Pets Studio. You started working with two new clients. You graduated a client from training and secretly shed a tear of pride when you saw them effectively navigate and wield the power of their MINDBODY site in a way that you know will save them time and grow their business. You learned from an Australian Pilates Studio owner that “flat out like a lizard drinking” is an Aussie colloquialism meaning something along the lines of “working extremely hard”. When your next client, also an Australian, asked how you have been, and you casually mentioned that you have been “flat out like a lizard drinking”, you felt awesome and in the know.
You reflect upon the fact that your clients are sort of like superheroes, dedicating their lives toward improving the health of others, and that you are the one that trains them. You come to the awesome conclusion that you(YOU!) are a super hero trainer—basically the equivalent of the person who taught Superman how to fly, or the person who taught Thor how to swing his hammer, or the spider that bit Spiderman! You think out loud that you would never actually bite a client, but that’s beyond the point. Your colleagues look at you without a shred of judgment. You realize that you are all of these things and that you are awesomely and amazingly a MINDBODY Implementation Coach.
Not in California?
No matter the position, MINDBODY is always looking for great people. We have offices in New York, England, and Australia to suit the needs of our clients near and far.
Visit our Careers Page to see current openings on the East Coast, across the pond, and beyond!
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I have been working at MINDBODY part-time (Less than a year)
It's a fun environment, the associate room is usually popping with music and competition
If you aren't good at sales or speaking on the phone then this is not the job for you. If you have problems adapting quickly this is not the job for you
Advice to Management
Keep it up, and continue to find way to motivate people.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at MINDBODY.
Two days after applying via their online portal I received an email request to schedule a phone interview. I scheduled online for two weeks later. The next day the recruiter contacted me to reschedule for a sooner date (despite that her calendar only gave me appointment slots for two weeks out). So I schedule a conversation within the week. I received an email confirmation with the wrong dates/time. I tried to confirm with the recruiter the correct date/time but never heard back. Ultimately she did call on the correctly scheduled time despite sending a confirmation with inaccurate details. The recruiter opens with a little bit about MindBody and then digs into the interview questions. None of which were particularly challenging. The recruiter asked about salary requirements and informed me of their rather low salary range for the role. She also harked on salary for a few minutes longer than any other question she had for me. Which I found odd considering it was a first interview and they should be more focused on what value I can add to the organization, not what salary they can get away with providing me. I was uninterested in talking salary so early in the process and expressed my greater interest in the organization than that of a paycheck. In terms of most interview questions, it seems they are gauging for culture fit. I was excited because I live the MindBody culture in my own personal and professional life and was interested in learning more about the role and company. After she asked all the usual questions, she asked if I had any questions. And boy did I ever because this is an organization I was very interested in. I asked the recruiter more specific questions about the organization such as long term strategic goals, how the office felt in light of announcing IPO and what she liked best about the organization. Her responses were a little generalized "I like the company culture" amongst "We have fitness events" and "I'm not sure where we are heading but we are growing and the sky is the limit." Truthfully I was a little disappointed in the lack of depth of her responses because it seemed like she was either reading off a cue card that listed inspirational sounding generalized-positive-statements about the company or like she didn't really know what she liked about the organization other than yoga classes with her friends at work. The interview lasted approximately 25 minutes and I asked about next steps and she seemed very professional informing me that while the hiring manager was currently on vacation, that she would be back the following week and I would hear back from them about my status once the recruiter could touch base with the manager (2 weeks at most she says since they are eager to fill the role). The next day I emailed the recruiter back thanking her for her time and re-asserting my interest in the role and eagerness to hear about the hiring decision. It has now been over 2 months since I had my scheduled phone interview. I never heard back from the recruiter or anyone else at MindBody. I never even received a response to my "thank you email" or my "follow up email" about the role. Uncharacteristically poor communication and a lack of politeness for the coast. My affinity for MindBody has, since the interview, waned. It seems the company is more interested in rapid growth for the sake of growth and that the culture fit is less of a real indicator of success at the organization. My recruiter did not live up to the MindBody core values and the 5 C's of Leadership; No Compassion for my sincere interest in the organization and working there, No Catalytic action, No Character and No Courage to communicate to her candidates despite asserting that she would and certainly a lack of Competence. This lack of competence seems to be a theme at MindBody, a young organization with young workers still trying to figure things out. I would encourage MindBody to develop better systems/processes and for management to provide greater training and leadership opportunities for their staff. This way they can sustain growth with a talented workforce, which today, is more important than ever in an overcrowded market that is becoming more and more saturated with wellness trends and brands. In the future, it will be interesting to see how MindBody grows their fledgling workforce and how their workforce either helps or hurts them going forward as a public traded organization.
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MINDBODY emerged from a simple idea: small business owners deserve the time to do what they love. From its first iteration, MINDBODY software has turned that vision into the technology that links tens of thousands of health, wellness, and beauty professionals to the millions of clients they serve. Today, we’re the largest cloud-based software provider in the health, wellness ...
Mission: Leveraging technology to improve the wellness of the world.