Outlook May 18 2018

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May 18, 2018

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Now Available on CMAA University: Accounting Software for Clubs
CMAA University logo - 100wIn partnership with RSM, CMAA presents a new module of the Accounting and Financial Management Certificate on “Accounting Software for Clubs” presented by Bill Boothe. Since this program is currently in development, you have the opportunity to help us build this program. When you register, you will have access to each module as they are released at a discounted rate of $500 for the entire program (once the certificate is complete the price will be $995). All we ask is that those who purchase the program while it is in development provide us with feedback to continue to improve the curriculum.

Sign in and learn more in the Certificate Programs area that can be found in the CMAA Member Education carousel. If you have questions, please contact Sarah Bal.

Two Weeks Only: A Strategic Approach to Recruiting Hourly Employees White Paper Available to All Members
CMAA’s second white paper addressing “A Strategic Approach to Recruiting Hourly Employees” by Jodie J. Cunningham, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, is now available for all CMAA members for a limited time. This white paper builds off of CMAA’s 2017 Industry Study on Recruiting Hourly Employees, addressing the strategic approach to recruiting and retaining hourly employees.

The white paper is available for download to CMAA members on CMAA University under the Resource Library, CMAA Research and Survey Reports from May 18 to June 3. Afterward it will only be available to Club Resource Center subscribers.

On May 30 at 2:00 p.m. EDT, Jodie Cunningham will present the material via webinar. To reserve your spot, visit cmaa.webex.com.

 
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Jeff Morgan 2018CEO’s Perspective: Pivoting to Nashville
 While the World Conference in San Francisco is still fresh in our minds, believe it or not, we are already pivoting to the planning and coordination for the 92nd World Conference on Club Management in Nashville, TN. As we look ahead to next year’s event, I need your help. But first, let’s take a brief look back at San Francisco.

CMAA Fellows Program Nominations Now Open
Nominations for the Fellow Program are now officially open, and are due by June 30. The CMAA Fellows Program is an honorary recognition program distinguishing those living CMAA members who epitomize the leadership, integrity, involvement, and contributions of club management professionals. These individuals have made significant contributions to the betterment of the profession and CMAA throughout their careers. Those selected as a “CMAA Fellow” are recognized as highly engaged individuals for their contributions to the profession and are called to continued service as mentors, facilitators, thought leaders, and champions within the club community.

The first class of CMAA Fellows will be announced on February 1, 2019, and further honored at the 92nd World Conference on Club Management in Nashville, TN.

To begin the nomination process and access the FAQs, visit cmaa.org/fellows.

How do I Transfer into a New Chapter?
Icon - CD CheckmarkIf you have recently changed clubs or have an upcoming move in your future, you might find yourself within new chapter boundaries. Because CMAA membership is dual and simultaneous with your respective (geographically determined) chapter and CMAA National, it is necessary for you to transfer chapters. How is this done? CMAA has all the answers you will need.

Transferring chapters is simple:

Go to the Document Central section of the CMAA website and select the “Chapter Info” category in the dropdown box. The “Chapter Transfer Request” form can be found there. Click on the form and complete it in its entirety.

Send the form to the managing director or secretary of the chapter to which you are transferring. If you are unsure who this person is, call National Headquarters or visit the CMAA online member directory. Simply log in using your username and password click on the “Senior Chapters” link and then select the chapter for which you are looking.

The chapter’s managing director or secretary will then get you set up with the chapter and will verify this by signing the bottom of the Chapter Transfer Request Form. He or she will then send the form to National Headquarters and to your previous chapter’s managing director or chapter secretary.

If you have been, or are about to be, on the move, don’t let us lose you! Tell us where you are going so that you will not only continue to receive all of CMAA’s benefits and resources, but you can also be welcomed to your new chapter and be able to take advantage of all of your local educational and social happenings.

The Club Foundation Announces 2018 Board of Governors
New CF LogoThe Club Foundation (CF) announces its 2018 Board of Governors, led by Chairman Jim G. James, CCM, Augusta National Golf Club, Augusta, GA; Vice-Chairman Burton Ward, CCM, CCE, Century Country Club, Purchase, NY; Secretary Nicholas LaRocca, Muirfield Village Golf Club, Dublin, OH; and Treasurer Barry Symons, Jonas Software, Markham, Ontario, Canada.

Mark A. Bado, MCM, CCE, General Manager of Myers Park Country Club, Charlotte, NC, has joined the Board of Governors, for a three-year term.

Governors continuing to serve The Club Foundation include:

Lawrence "Skip" Avery, CCM, CCE, Chambers, Middleton, WI;
Robert J. "Bobby" Crifasi, CCM, CCE, CPA, New Orleans Country Club, New Orleans, LA;
J.G. Ted Gillary, CCM, CCE, Detroit Athletic Club, Detroit, MI;
Kevin Holleran, Textron, Augusta, GA;
Robert James, CCM, CCE, CHE, New Canaan, CT;
Timothy P. Minahan, CCM, CCE, The Country Club of Buffalo, Williamsville, NY;
Jeff Morgan, FASAE, CAE, Club Managers Association of America (CMAA), Alexandria, VA;
Donna Otis, CCM, CCE, The Bridges at Rancho Santa Fe, Rancho Santa Fe, CA; 
Randy Ruder, CCM, CCE, Beach Point Club, Mamaroneck, NY; and
Terra S.H. Waldron, CCM, CCE, Scottsdale, AZ.

The Club Foundation Board of Governors is comprised of individuals within and serving the club industry who are committed to raising funds to financially support the professional development of club managers through education, research, and outreach initiatives, to ensure the highest possible impact on the future of the industry.

For more information on the CF and its activities, please visit clubfoundation.org.

Listen: CMAA’s First Podcast Released
CMAA - Let's Talk PodcastJoin Kyle Jennings, Manager, Communications & Student Development, and Melissa Low, Senior Director, Communications & Advocacy, for the inaugural episode of CMAA's podcast: Let's Talk Club Management.
 
In this installment, Kyle and Melissa speak with Jeff Morgan about his recent anniversary with CMAA, what he's learned in the past three and half years, the challenges he's faced along the way, and what he sees for the future of CMAA.
 
Each episode will also feature an Idea Fair winner - and this month's showcases the winner of the Chairman's Award from the 2018 Idea Fair. Elisha Cicerone, Director of Food & Beverage at Chevy Chase Club joins the podcast to discuss her team's winning entry.

Did You Know?  As a CMAA member, you can advertise as many entry-level jobs as you want, as often as you want, for FREE? CMAA members consistently state that filling entry-level staff positions is an on-going process. Start today to list any and all of these types of jobs. This member-benefit can augment your current efforts. Read and post your Entry-Level Opportunities today.

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Five Policy Updates Your Employee Handbook Needs
Does your employee handbook need updating? Add these five policies, recently featured on the Insperity Blog.

Make Hiring Qualified and Talented Employees Easy
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CMAA Members Participate in Eleventh Annual National Golf Day
On Wednesday, April 25, representatives of the We Are Golf coalition, including the Club Managers Association of America (CMAA) converged on Capitol Hill for the eleventh annual National Golf Day to share the industry’s economic, environmental, health, and charitable benefits as well as to lobby on issues of chief importance to our industry. With New economic impact figures measuring the total size of the golf economy nationally were released, illustrating a 22 percent increase since 2011, for a total of $84.1 billion. One in 75 jobs in the US is linked to the golf industry. Read more about CMAA’s participation.

Jeff Morgan Joins National Board of Tee It Up for the Troops
CMAA and The Club Foundation Chief Executive Officer Jeff Morgan, FASAE, CAE, has been invited to join the Board of Directors for Tee It Up for the Troops for a three-year term. Tee It Up for the Troops is a non-profit organization committed to honor, respect, remember, and support all those who serve(d) in the Armed Forces for the United States. Read more.

Golf's $9 Billion Real Estate Market Is on the Upswing: See Where and Why
Golf is at the heart of Red Ledges in Heber City, Utah, with an 18-hole Jack Nicklaus-designed course and a 12-hole, par-3 Nicklaus Signature "golf park" in the private Rocky Mountain community about 25 minutes from Salt Lake City. Read more.
 

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2018  
May 30   Webinar: A Strategic Approach to Recruiting Hourly Employees
Jun 8   Governance/Leadership Summit — Medinah Country Club, Chicago, IL
Aug 1-3   Club Spa and Fitness Association
Regional Conference — Naples, FL
Aug 6   CCM Exam: Local Proctored
Sep 1   James B. Singerling Scholarship application due to The Club Foundation
Sep 1   Sally Burns Rambo Scholarship application due to The Club Foundation
Sep 5-7   Leadership/Legislative Conference — Washington, DC
Sep 12   Governance/Leadership Summit — Country Club of Rochester, Rochester, NY
Sep 17-21   BMI Tactical Leadership — Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Sep 20-21   Club Spa and Fitness Association
Regional Conference — Boston, MA
Sep 24-28   BMI Club Management — Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA  (FULL)
Sep 24-28   BMI Golf ManagementThe Admiral's Cove Club, Jupiter, FL (FULL)
Oct 1   Willmoore Kendall Scholarship application due to chapter
Nov 1   LaRocca Family Executive Scholarship application due to The Club Foundation
Nov 1   Willmoore Kendall Scholarship application due to The Club Foundation
Dec 4   Governance/Leadership Summit — Pinehurst Country Club, Denver, CO
     
    * Webinars begin at 2:00 p.m. Eastern Time, unless otherwise noted
* Webinar registration opens approximately seven days prior to event.
* Additional webinars will be posted as they are scheduled.