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Take the Plunge with 2018 BMI International in New Zealand

BMI International, co-presented by CMAA and Golf Manager’s Association of New Zealand, will offer an immersive cultural experience in club management. BMI International will take place in and around Queenstown, New Zealand, October 4-9, 2018, and will include educational presentations interspersed with unparalleled experiences. Queenstown is New Zealand’s leading alpine resort and a favorite destination for international visitors.

World Conference: #SeeYouInSanFrancisco

Join club management professionals from the US and around the world for the club industry’s largest annual gathering, CMAA’s 91st World Conference on Club Management and the Club Business Expo, slated for March 2-6, 2018, at the Moscone West – Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA. This annual event offers five days of unparalleled professional development and education, networking opportunities, hospitality experiences, and the latest innovations in the industry showcased in the two-day expo. Browse the new events including The Club Foundation’s Party with a Purpose, and two new fitness-related activities to jump start your days.

Post Entry-Level Openings on CMAA's Newest Job Board

CMAA's newest job board is aimed at filling entry-level, hourly wage jobs. CMAA members have identified the recruitment of employees as a top challenge. CMAA wants to help with this inclusive no-cost member benefit. This job board – Entry-Level Opportunities – posts jobs by state and then by club, making it easy to navigate. The form lists information about the club and then the specific job. Applicants would contact job posters by the email provided in the listing. CMAA members will list jobs, but anyone can access the listing that is looking for a job. List your full-time, part-time, seasonal, and holiday hourly wage jobs with CMAA. Post a Job Now. Be sure to check the entry-level box in Step 3.

World Conference Featured Speaker: Navy SEAL Curt Cronin 
Navy SEAL and leadership expert, Curt Cronin deployed thirteen times and spent more than four years overseas. In that time, living and working in an environment where milliseconds made the difference between life and death and winning and losing, he honed his talent as a catalyst for transformation and rose to eventually lead the nation’s premier SEAL assault force. Curt’s experiences as a SEAL reinforced his fundamental belief that the competitive edge for any organization in the information age is neither technology nor information, but the unparalleled power of an aligned team. Curt addresses the art of leadership, organizational change for the information age, and the talent of harnessing your own courage and heroism to inspire and empower individuals and teams. Learn from Curt at the General Education Session on Saturday, March 3, which is presented in partnership with John Deere Golf, a CMAA Strategic Partner.

Club Management Magazine November/December 2017

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