Grow Sport webinar series
Our webinars (Online seminars) are fun and interactive and packed with inspiring case-studies backed up with templates and action points, so the participants can use the information there and then!
Commencing Saturday 31st June 2017 we will be running two public/open webinars per month.
One, on a Saturday morning is aimed at volunteers, primarily at community sports clubs and other providers.
The, other, held on a weekday, is primarily aimed at people working in the community sport and physical activity sector.
Our webinars all last 40 minutes with a 20-minute presentation, followed by a 20-minute Question & Answer session.
Prior to the webinar everybody registered will be sent a ‘Thought-Sheet’ and afterwards they will receive ‘Tools and To-dos’ helping them to implement the tactics we cover in the webinar.
Webinar Series with Cricket Scotland
Actual dates and webinar topics will be published in May.
The Grow Sport Webinar series
Grow Your Club – How to become more vibrant, visible and viable
This introductory webinar will cover how clubs can develop the enterprise culture and skills required and how to get the vision right and a clear vision of what their club is for. It will help clubs become vibrant through the activities and events they create, visible through their communication with members, supporters, sponsors and the community at large thus creating a viable club.
How to Grow Your Club’s Income – from Fundraising to Income Generation
Sports clubs must develop a sustainable income model – getting away from the panicky Dash for Cash often running around literally begging for money. The key is to look at the whole operation and ambition of your club and then identify and implement projects which can help grow your income to match your requirements, including generating cash reserves for replacements and developments.
Leadership, Management and Volunteering at Your Community Sports Club
Successful leadership and management of the modern community sports club require delivery against sporting and social objectives while ensuring the financial sustainability of the organisation. Leaders and managers need a distinct set of skills to thrive in this context where clubs are operating in a competitive and changing environment.
How to Promote Your Club – Raising the Profile of Your Club Across Your Community
Successful clubs do engage and communicate with users, members and other stakeholders using a number of tools, often involving members and their networks, thus reaching much wider audiences at almost no cost. This webinar covers how to use social and mobile media to communicate with members, sponsors and supporters. A key strand is SMN’s unique tool 4COM: Linking up COMmunity, COMmunication, welCOMing and COMputers which enables them to connect all your
More People at Your Club – From Membership Secretary to Club Grower
If clubs are to increase the number of members and supporters they must become much more marketing and customer focused. The time has come for them to create exciting sport and exercise experiences. They must increase their focus on people’s needs and wishes and get away from an internally-focused culture too often based on outdated views and attitudes.
How Your Club Can Become a Hub for Your Community – #MoreThanASportsClub
Great sports community sports clubs work for and with their communities, and as a consequence, both parties benefit. They are in reality Hubs for their Communities. They link up their assets, skills and relationships with people, groups and institutions in their communities.