Clubs that are well managed tend to be successful. They have well-ordered finances and keep all volunteers and members fully involved, engaged and well informed with good communication – having clear shared vison, planning for the future as well as being prepared in the event of any emergencies.
Understanding and taking into account how the facilities (environmental), people (social) and financial (economic) elements interact with each other will enable you to create and sustain a safe and welcoming environment that encourages people to get and stay involved at your club.
If the day to day running of the club is dealt with efficiently, strong links can be formed with external partners, such as sports development agencies and local schools, colleges, universities, and positive working relationships developed with the ECB and CCBs to ensure that good practice is maintained.
Page last updated by PG – 2 October 2015