Is your club in or out?
Wellington & Kapi Mana Clubs are on a journey to
revive, survive and thrive.
- Continuing current paths, clubs may not survive
- To enable change for a better way forward
- to sharpen up for the future
- invigorate you to magnitise your community
- mobilise your troops
- most importantly, make our clubs the best in the country!
Watch the presentations from previous sessions below. If you would like to find out more about how to get involved in Club Thrive, get in touch today or just come along to the next session.
Join us for the next Club Thrive session
Club Forum & Club Thrive Session Wednesday, October 19⋅6:30
Join Zoom Meeting
Club Forum approx. 1 hour
Club Thrive session approx. 1.5 hours
Stay for both!
DOWNLOAD CLUB THRIVE CALENDAR HERE - (note updates may be made from time to time)
Club self-assessment summary and membership trends
In 2021 clubs were asked to complete the self-assessment matrix to see how they were tracking. It enabled Tennis Central to identify key areas of where support was required and base session topics on these areas.
In summary, clubs are getting the basics covered but committees have little time or energy to take on much else.
We identified that clubs are achieving
91% - Core functions
70% - Meeting member needs
39% - Growing membership
31% - Achieving excellence
What we are doing well
Activities on/off the court
Club Capability (we are all working on this!)
Club Thrive session Saturday 22 May 2021
Check out the speaker's Top Ten Tips and quotes
|Tim Shannahan, CEO Tennis Central||Workshop welcome|
|Justin Crawshay Karori Lawn KUTC video||"Down but not out"|
|Jeanette Manson, Waikanae Beach Tennis Club - power point||"The right people can make the difference"|
|Ross Jamieson, Toitu Poneke Community Hub - power point||"Recognising the need to change"|
|Jan Rosie, Vogelmorn Tennis Club||"Creating Culture"|
|Sheryl Boshier, Khandallah Tennis Club||"Moving to a paid administrator"|
|Garth & Rob Gulley, Pukerua Bay Tennis Club||"Using technology to save time"|
|Warwick Brew and Paul Bell, Outumoetai Tennis Club - power point||"What it takes to be club and coach of the year"|
|Tom Baker, Titahi Bay Tennis Club||"We have the culture"|
|Ali Telford, Tennis NZ - power point||"Club culture"|
|Brad Watts, Thorndon Tennis Club||"Benefits of a paid administrator"|
Club Thrive Session Wednesday 1 June
Finding the best way to retain members
Peter McArthur, Kilbirnie Tennis Club
Erin Rush, Harcourts Wellington City
Seth Campbell, Karori United Tennis Club
Activities on and off the court