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Club Management

How will you get there?

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This stage of club development focuses on how your club is going to achieve its vision and can be broken down into two subsections; 1) Aims and 2) Objectives.

Club development: How will you get there

Aims:

Club Development Planning works best when the overall club vision is broken down into smaller, more manageable goals (aims) that are realistic and achievable.

Examples of aims could be:

  • Increasing the competitive playing opportunities for the junior section
  • Increasing the number of qualified Level 2 coaches
  • Increasing the number of new volunteers assisting with the running of the club
  • Developing stronger links to the local community
Objectives

Once you have set your aims, it is important to set short, medium and long term targets (objectives / actions) on how you are going to get there. We recommend that you follow the SMART principle when setting your objectives.

  • Specific: Identify what the club wants to achieve
  • Measurable: Is the club able to measure whether it is meeting the objectives or not?
  • Achievable: Are the objectives achievable and attainable?
  • Realistic: Can the objectives realistically be achieved the objectives with the resources it has?
  • Timed: When does the club want to achieve the set objectives?
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