New Jersey Regional Conference
February 26, 2013
The National Club Association hosted a Regional Conference on Tuesday, February 26, 2013 at Brooklake Country Club in Florham Park, N.J.
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As the voice of clubs on Capitol Hill, NCA is actively engaged in promoting issues to benefit clubs and in defending our industry from its critics. This presentation is an insider's outlook for the top issues affecting private clubs based upon the outcome of the 2012 Presidential election.
How to Add Organizational Strength and Value to Clubs through Effective Boards and Committees
Dan Denehy, President, DENEHY - Club Thinking Partners
Boards and committees contribute to organizations in a wide variety of ways and bring an equally wide range of backgrounds and expertise. Knowing and understanding key characteristics of volunteers can help clubs encourage visionary leadership that contributes to the quality of the facility. Areas of focus of this program include: structure and practices of effective boards, enhancing leadership skills of volunteers, fostering a culture that encourages growth and creativity, and establishing clear boundaries between management and governance.
Trends and Issues for Private Clubs: A Future Outlook
Kevin Reilly, Partner, PBMares, LLP
Learn the vital information private clubs need to prepare for the coming tides of change and steps to take to respond to them: demographic shifts toward an older and more diverse population, employment and economic growth during challenging times, and the prevalence of technology and social media communications. In addition, learn how the arc of these long-term trends will alter the future services your club needs to provide to stay relevant to your members.
Essentials of Club Marketing: Creating and Communicating Value
Stephen Ready, CEO, VCT
Today’s club members have more choices than ever before and expect more from the club in terms of programs and services. This session will focus on effective ways to create and communicate value, to ensure that you club has positive levels of member satisfaction and engagement, which is essential to building and maintaining an active and satisfied club membership.
For additional information, please contact Annette Robertson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-625-6221.